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  • 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.

  • Crude oil production

    Joe Petrowski, Mercantor Partners founder and former Gulf Oil CEO, discusses the energy sector including whether crude has bottomed.

  • NEW YORK, March 14- The first major upstream oil and gas bankruptcy filing of the year could occur this week as SandRidge Energy Inc, Venoco Inc and Energy XXI Ltd reach the end of grace periods following millions in missed interest payments. The three oil and gas exploration and production companies with operations across the United States, said they would skip a...

  • Lessons from the boomtown

    CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports from Williston, North Dakota about how the downturn in the drilling industry is affecting the restaurant industry in the town. He speaks with Marcus Jundt, owner of Williston Brewing Co.

  • Boomtowns adjust to cheap oil

    CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports from Williston, North Dakota about the state of oil drilling there as oil prices stay low.

  • Roughly half of crude oil leaves the Bakken region by rail. This spring, construction is set to begin on a 1,100-mile pipeline for faster, cheaper transport.

    As oil prices have collapsed, drilling and overall business are down in Williston, a shale boomtown in North Dakota.

  • John Kilduff

    Oil's fall has been spectacular, but the market is not out of the woods. Not by a long shot, says John Kilduff.

  • Workers on a drill site at the Permian basin outside of Midland, Texas

    In the oil sector, if you're willing to take a long term view, these stocks have potential to rally, says Andy Lipow.

  • Seadrill faces 'the mother of all short squeezes'

    The head of research at SEB's Oslo branch says there's nothing fundamental driving the stock's rally.

  • The Ocean Princess oil platform, operated by Diamond Offshore Drilling, in the Port of Cromarty Firth in Cromarty, U.K.

    If the worst is over for oil prices and energy stocks, what's the best way to get in on a rebound without getting burned?

  • (HOLD OFF FIRST)

    PTT's CEO Tevin Vongvanich shares with Managing Asia how he intends on leading the Thai company through this difficult oil patch.

  • Rex Tillerson, CEO of Exxon Mobil.

    Exxon Mobil chief Rex Tillerson tells CNBC that extracting shale oil at current prices can yield a modest return, but "we wouldn't do that."

  • Oil worker Ohio

    Oil drillers have created a gusher of new stock offerings in an effort to protect their balance sheets from the bust in crude.

  • March 1- In the 16 months since Oklahoma oilman Harold Hamm dismissed OPEC as a "toothless tiger" because of growing U.S. energy independence, shares in his Oklahoma City- based Continental Resources Inc, a major shale oil driller, have fallen about 60 percent. Whether or not the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries has been defanged, it has been unable...

  • Workers change a drill pipe on the Laurus oil drilling rig operated by Petroleos Mexicans (Pemex) in the Ku-Maloob-Zaap oilfield at Campeche Bay off the coast of Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico.

    Mexico will cut costs as part of the new reality in the oil market while seeking foreign investors to fund drilling projects.

  • A Halliburton oil well fielder works on a well head at a fracking rig site January 27, 2016 near Stillwater, Oklahoma.

    If oil prices stay in the range of $30, shale producers in the US may not rebound as quickly as expected.

  • The Asia Vision LNG carrier ship is docked at the Cheniere Energy terminal in this aerial photograph taken over Sabine Pass, Texas, Feb. 24, 2016.

    The first US LNG exports shipped this week, changing the dynamic of the global gas market. By 2020 the US should be a major global player.

  • Canada's Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr (R) speaks during a news conference with Environment Minister Catherine McKenna in Ottawa, Canada, January 27, 2016.

    With Canadian benchmark crude near record lows, Canada's minister of natural resources, Jim Carr, sees investment opportunities in the country.

  • A coal mound stands at the Appalachian Electric Power coal-fired Big Sandy Power Plant in Catlettsburg, Kentucky, in 2014. The plant shuttered its coal production last year and converted to natural gas.

    No matter who gets appointed to the Supreme Court, there is only one fate for the U.S. coal industry, according to labor and economic data.