Brent crude oil fell more than $3 to a fresh four-year low under $75 a barrel on Thursday after OPEC decided not to cut production.» Read More
Brent oil fell by more than $1 on Tuesday and U.S. oil reversed an early rise, pressured by the specter of the Fed's policy meeting.
The U.S. economy will continue to produce copious amounts of oil and natural gas through at least 2016.
The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal filed by businesses affected by a moratorium on deep sea drilling that the government imposed in May 2010.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Traders were watching the Fed, as metals ended the day down. Energy inventories are tomorrow.
After a slow start in the country, Tesla is taking orders in the world's largest car market and hoping to cash in on two key trends there.
Continental Resources, which has committed to ship crude on TransCanada's proposed Keystone XL pipeline, now says the pipeline is no longer needed.
Greg Smith, Group CEO at Global Commodities, says he expects commodity markets to override the current economic and fiscal developments in the U.S.
Breitling Energy Corporation founder, president and CEO Chris Faulkner discusses oil production in the U.S., and energy prices.
Mexico's lower house of Congress approved historic legislation that would open the state-run oil industry to private investment.
Crude rose by more than 1 percent, boosted by positive economic data, while supplies remained cut off from Libya.
Strength in the U.S. dollar and taper concerns have sent oil prices slightly lower, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
If the S&P had a giant bargain table, this stock might be featured front and center.
Wayne Johnson, Non-Executive Director at Sino Australia Oil & Gas, explains why the firm listed in 2013.
What traders are watching right now, Ira Eckstein of AREA Trading; Bob Iaccino, TopStep chief market strategist; and Joe Greco of Meridian.
The company that manages a fleet of airplanes owned and leased by Google improperly bought fuel from the government at below-market rates.
U.S. crude oil fell, pressured by expectations that the Federal Reserve could announce a pullback of its bond-buying program.
Oil production in Mexico has declined 25 percent in the last 10 years. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Mexican Congress has approved an energy bill allowing foreign investment in oil.
The cost of oil is being sent higher by “remarkably persistent” factors on both supply and demand, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
More households are using this as their main winter fuel to save cash. But there may be hidden costs.
Crude was mixed on Thursday, amid the possible re-opening of major Libyan ports and expectations the Fed may soon curb stimulus.
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