Nearly every oil company stock is lower again, after the IEA saying the risk of oil prices falling further has increased. This can be fixed through a small amount of demand, and supply discipline, explains Kris Kelley, Janus Capital Group's equity research analyst.» Read More
A look beyond the drillers working North Dakota's Bakken field reveals many who see another big opportunity: building infrastructure.
Former GE CEO Jack Welch, Jack Welch Management, and Robert Nardelli, XLR-8 founder, explain why energy independence is a game changer for the economy.
Where oil investors should put their money, with, Tim Rezvan of Sterne Agee. "We expect to see significant increased oil hedging through 2015," he says.
Is Concho a good bet? Its CEO Tim Leach says in the last 5 years, there has been more oil and gas discovered than what has been produced in the last 90 years, and discusses the costs to drilling.
The US oil and gas market offers something that virtually no other market in the world does—easy entry for non-traditional investors.
Discussing the U.S. energy renaissance, with Chris Faulkner, Breitling Oil and Gas president and CEO. "I think this is making America more competitive," he says.
Kenya will start pumping its first commercial oil next year and begin exporting in 2016, but this is just the opening salvo.
An energy revolution is coming. CNBC's Brian Sullivan is in Midland, Texas, taking a closer look at America's rise as an energy producer and what it means for the economy. Drilling, fracking and new onshore discoveries are leading to a huge surge in domestic production.
Wil VanLoh, Quantum Energy Partners, tells CNBC's David Faber they have cut foreign imports by 6 million barrels a day over last 7 years by using horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracking technologies.
First was Texas. Next came Pennsylvania and North Dakota. Could New York become the next natural gas hotspot?
Can the arm-wrestling CEO of Halcon Resources make his company profitable?
Oil producer Apache is selling a third of its holdings for $3 billion to China's Sinopec. Steve Farris, Apache CEO, discusses plans for the company.
ExxonMobil is now the worst-performing of the 30 blue-chip stocks that comprise the Dow Jones industrial average.
Some operators begin evacuating workers from offshore rigs but keep production flowing as a low-pressure system threatens to strengthen into a cyclone.
Judging by second-quarter earnings, the energy resurgence sweeping the world's largest economy is benefiting everyone except the largest U.S. oil and gas producers.
Chevron posted a decline in quarterly profit on Friday after maintenance work and a fall in oil prices knocked global oil and gas production.
Will ExxonMobil's exploration and production drought continue? That's the most pressing question facing the company ahead of second-quarter earnings.
Apache Corp. says it has agreed to sell its Gulf of Mexico shelf assets for $3.75 billion to private equity firm Riverstone Holdings.
The US Coast Guard on Tuesday said it was responding to a leak from a natural gas and crude oil platform owned by Energy Resources Technology Gulf of Mexico LLC.