Oil prices continue to fall. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the crude economics of extracting oil from the ground.
Oil producer and driller stocks are falling after oil's dip, but other energy companies are also seeing their stocks drop.
A sale of parts of Halliburton's business to appease regulators could be a game-changer for smaller oilfield services companies, analysts say.
Halliburton bought Baker Hughes to be a bigger, stronger integrated company to compete in the marketplace, said CEO Dave Lesar.
Increasing amounts of crude oil are hitting the global market, left, right, and center. That may take oil as low as $50 in the coming months.
Philadelphia is developing a new reputation as a nexus of oil and gas transportation, which bodes well for its economy.
Oil production is at the highest in a decade in Nigeria, but the surge is not likely to last long.
Tim Leach, Concho Resources CEO, discusses the decline in oil prices and the cost of oil production. We have a very large cash margin, says Leach.
OPEC is losing its price-setting influence on global oil prices to U.S. shale production, according to Goldman Sachs analysts.
Insight to the decline in oil prices, with Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm. Hamm says the U.S. is in a very good position because production is growing and coming back.
Insight to bullish options bets on Nabors Industries, with CNBC contributor Mike Khouw of Dash Financial Group.
Saudi Arabia is telling oil market participants that it's fine with lower oil prices for an extended period.
The continual drop in oil prices could hurt shale drilling's profitability, finds a report from Goldman Sachs.
The US energy revolution is in danger. Here are three things US energy policy must focus on, says the CEO of Chevron.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports Exxon Mobil is banning employee travel to countries affected by Ebola.
Oil and gas firms are "routinely" underpaying their workers, according to an investigation from ProPublica.
The age of robots as mankind's master is beginning, but don't be Terminator-terrified. Profit from the rise of the machines.
Many shale-rich countries face a dilemma, says a new report. It might mean a choice between fracking for energy or having enough water to drink.
Fracking is one area of the economy that's creating jobs. Dems like Obama and Cuomo need to stop delaying these projects, says Jake Novak.
Chinese energy execs recently made bullish statements about shale growth there. But that may have been just to appease China, this analyst says.