Despite the meltdown in oil, prices are more likely to rise than to fall further because of political instability, an industry consultant tells CNBC.
With oil's price collapse, we can now declare that OPEC's reign as king of the market is over.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports Aubrey McClendon of American Energy Partners is at it again, raising money for new drilling investments but there are a number of headwinds.
Oilman Harold Hamm says the Saudi hard line on production has turned the Russian "ruble into rubble" while also squeezing U.S. producers.
Oil supply running ahead of demand hasn't just pressured prices, it's also filling up storage space, potentially pushing crude toward another leg down.
Chevron announced it is relinquishing concessions in Romania, the last of its shale gas projects in Europe.
Activist hedge funds are buying stakes in North American oil and gas producers whose stocks have fallen because of the collapse of energy prices.
Falling oil prices have helped give rise to tech firms that focus on making drilling more efficient.
Oil's recovery may be short-lived, but some analysts believe now is the time to get back into energy stocks.
Energy bonds took a hit from fears low oil prices would spur a surge in defaults, but most issuers should stay resilient, Goldman Sachs said.
The life cycle of U.S. shale oil wells could put a question mark over American output and price stability.
OPEC is claiming victory in the latest oil war. Here's what the US needs to do, says Ron Insana.
Oil prices will get a heck of a lot worse before they get better, a top industry analyst said on Tuesday.
Halliburton will layoff between 6.5 and 8 percent of its global staff, the oil field services company said Tuesday.
Job cuts are inevitable as oil prices tumble, but layoffs today could have significant ramifications for the sector tomorrow.
Shale analyst Mike Kelly is so confident in his top oil pick that even his grandmother is taking his advice and buying the stock.
Oil prices have rallied off post-crisis lows, possibly marking the rout's bottom as producers' cutbacks begin pinching supply, some analysts said.
A global oversupply in oil and lack of storage make it very likely that oil will slide into the $30s, Citi's Ed Morse told CNBC.
Stifel is recommending clients buy these 10 stocks to bet on an oil rebound.
The first half of 2015 will be "good news for consumers" and bad news for oil producers, says Richard Mallinson, geopolitical and oil analyst at Energy Aspects.