Gulf oil and gas companies could get some relief from a more industry-friendly White House, according to an energy consulting firm.
Obama's move to freeze drilling in Arctic waters is a setback to US companies looking to stake a claim in the oil- and gas-rich region.
America's oil field workers already took a hit last year. This year, they're taking another one, and worse.
Maarten Wetselaar of Shell says the company's main focus is to retain a global business portfolio independent of any one country's influence.
Iran is expected to sign a deal with Total to develop its South Pars natural gas field, marking the return of Western oil companies to the country.
Ten major oil and gas firms have set up a $1 billion fund to support new technology to combat greenhouse gas emissions.
A new wave of attacks on Nigeria's oil infrastructure appears to make good on militants' threats to target repaired facilities.
Energy companies from around the world are chasing Iranian oil deals after the nation unveiled a new model contract for foreign investors.
Government data showed U.S. crude inventories rose by 14.4 million barrels, far beyond what the market was expecting.
European shares closed lower on Tuesday with investors focused on another batch of earnings reports as well as the Fed rate decision.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Royal Dutch Shell reported better-than-expected earnings for its third quarter on Tuesday, but gave a cautious outlook as it continues to struggle in an environment of low oil prices.
Jefferies Equities analyst Jason Gammel says the latest earnings by Royal Dutch Shell show that the firm has a lot more potential than what was seen at the start of 2016.
Following BP and Shell’s earnings, Investec Wealth Divisional Director, Charles Newsome talks about energy and the current state of business performance seen in the sector.
Jim Cramer shares the events and stocks he will be watching next week after a brutal day on the market Friday.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Wall Street is anticipating improvement in quarterly earnings from oil majors after many missed forecasts last quarter.
A new bidding war over Australia's biggest farm has reignited fears of anti-China sentiment and put pressure on Canberra to clarify investment rules.
Oil came off lows after government data showed a surprise drop in U.S. crude inventories, offsetting skepticism over OPEC's planned output cut.
The Niger Delta Avengers have resumed attacks on Nigeria's oil industry, and analysts say the government has no quick fixes to offer.