US crude oil futures closed Friday's session down 48 cents at $59.15 per barrel.» Read More
The average U.S. price of gas has dipped 4 cents per gallon in the past two weeks, and California prices have fallen 5 cents.
Peter Bond, CEO of Linc Energy, explains why he took over the resources firm when it was on the verge of bankruptcy. He also tells CNBC the reason behind the switch in market listing from Sydney to Singapore.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Brent was up and WTI was down on the day, as headlines out of Libya spooked some traders.
Oil was mixed on Monday, as ample supply and weak demand countered support from geopolitical tensions.
China is letting U.S. firms play a bigger role in the industry in exchange for their U.S. expertise, says Oilprice.com.
On the supply side, lower gas prices has the same impact as a tax cut, says Michael Darda, MKM Partners chief economist.
If you’re looking for niche play on the energy renaissance, Cramer thinks this stock may belong on your radar.
U.S. oil futures closed out a fifth straight week of declines, under pressure on a strong dollar and plentiful supplies.
The CEO of Australian oil and gas producer Linc Energy said the firm does not regret switching its share market listing from Sydney to Singapore.
The Ukrainian government needs “Russian influence” to deal with the problems within its borders, one of its most senior members said.
The price of Brent crude hit a 14-month low on Thursday, but market analysts now believe that oil could find a floor and expect prices to stabilize.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on some of the creative ways drillers are cutting down on the controversial practice of burning off excess gas produced in the Bakken.
Crude was lifted by supportive economic data from the United States, after a plentiful supply picture and Chinese data pressured prices.
Abhishek Deshpande, oil and gas analyst at Natixis, says fundamentals have become important to oil prices as the geopolitical risk premium given to the commodity has gone.
Drillers in North Dakota only capture about 68 percent of the gas they find and burn off the rest, resulting in flaring. Now the rush is on to find ways to meet new regulations to curb the flaring, reports CNBC's Morgan Brennan.
Due to a lack of storage, energy in North Dakota is being burned off. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports drillers flare off more than $100 million worth of natural gas each month.
As booming shale pushes U.S. oil production to near 9 million barrels per day, some say U.S. strategic interests are being realigned.
This independent oil and gas producer has been on fire, said Cramer.
John D. Schiller Jr., Energy XXI chairman and CEO, discusses the company's performance and tells Mad Money's Jim Cramer the merger has been integrated seamlessly and has helped the company negotiate better deals and lower expenses.
The Futures Now team discusses the action in crude and gas prices.
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