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  • ZURICH, April 20- Three shareholder advisory firms oppose plans by ABB to appoint Frederico Fleury Curado to its board, saying his existing positions at listed companies would leave him too little time to devote to the Swiss engineer. The 54- year-old Brazilian is already on the boards of U.S.-listed offshore oil driller Transocean and Iochpe Maxion, a Brazil-...

  • Crude oil and water pour from a well head at an oil field

    Here's why falling oil prices haven't dampened crude output — even for producers who are losing money on every barrel.

  • No deal in Doha leaves OPEC in disarray: Pro

    The downward pressure on oversupply is going to remain intense in this market, says John Kilduff, Again Capital Partners, discussing escalating volatility in the oil patch after Saudi Arabia and Iran could not reach an agreement on freeze output.

  • Iran: The oil wildcard?

    Helima Croft, Managing Director and Global Head of Commodity Strategy at RBC Capital Markets, and John Kilduff, Partner at Again Capital LLC, discuss whether we'll see a deal coming out of the oil producers' meeting in Doha.

  • US oil rig count down 3 this week

    CNBC's Dominic Chu reports the number of oil rigs online in the U.S. falling to 351 this week compared to last week's total.

  • Cramer's Mad Dash: Ensco

    Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open including deep-water driller Ensco.

  • A worker walks atop a tanker wagon to check the freight level at an oil terminal on the outskirts of Kolkata, India.

    The analyst who called the crude oil glut says the commodity won't make it further than $45 a barrel this year.

  • Oil Iraq OPEC

    U.S. crude production fell under the 9 million barrel a day threshold last week, a welcome development for oil producers heading to Doha this weekend.

  • Discussing the bull and the bear case on oil rig data, with John Kingston, McGraw Hill Financial.

  • CNBC’s Jackie DeAngelis looks at the surge in oil prices.

  • LONDON/ OSLO, April 8- Norway's multi-billion-dollar high-yield bond market has become the latest casualty of the oil industry slump, with looming debt defaults for firms that operate supply ships and drilling rigs set to hammer investors who bet on the once-booming business. This has effectively shut down a part of the corporate bond market that is worth...

  • An oil pump in northern New Mexico.

    New Mexico's oil and gas industry is overshadowed by Texas drilling, but the state is an energy power in its own right.

  • Workers wash off hoses that are part of the oil rig owned by Liberty Resources, located just outside of Tioga, ND in the Bakken region of US.

    Goldman Sachs said the net effects of cheaper crude on growth have been "negative so far," given the impact on oil producers.

  • Offshore oil rig

    Commodities specialist Helima Croft tells CNBC oil prices could face a long, onerous process of erasing oversupply.

  • Peak oil to peak demand?

    Kent Moors, Executive Chairman of Energy Capital Research Group, and Kyle Cooper, Managing Director at Criterion Research, discuss the current state of crude inventories and where oil prices are heading.

  • BOSTON/ NEW YORK, March 23- More cash, lower targets and bigger share awards- not all U.S. energy bosses are feeling the full impact of tumbling oil prices in their paychecks. Oilfield services company Schlumberger NV, for example, used lower earnings targets for the second half of 2015, which helped its CEO Paal Kibsgaard receive total pay of $18.3 million, only...

  • An oil worker stands by a rig near Williston, North Dakota.

    The dash to $40 per barrel over the past eight weeks won’t last, says oil expert John Kilduff.

  • Oil traders on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange.

    You may need an iron stomach to invest in this battered sector, but it could provide the biggest opportunity in years, says Ross Gerber.

  • White House will not allow drilling in Atlantic

    The White House reverses their previous stance on oil drilling in the Atlantic Ocean, reports CNBC's John Harwood.

  • Saudi Arabia to cut contract spending

    The country's central government orders all ministries and state bodies to implement spending cuts.