Russia's energy minister says deal with OPEC to limit oil production has worked, but Russia won't be joining the cartel.
India is moving into position to be the biggest driver of global oil demand growth and has big energy investment plans.
Doug Lawler, Chesapeake Energy president & CEO, speaks to CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis at CERAWeek about the future of the energy industry in the U.S. and where he sees prices and policy going.
Global oil supply may struggle to keep up with demand beyond 2020, which could prompt a surge in oil prices unless new investment projects are agreed; IEA.
At IHS CERAWeek, global energy leaders will converge to discuss energy prices, innovation and America's growing dominance in the field.
Trade policy is in doubt, but North America's energy industry continues to strengthen ties.
US energy CEOs are optimistic about the future, encouraged by tax and regulatory reform promised by President Trump.
OPEC's secretary general says it's "premature" to say whether producers will extend their production deal.
US drillers, buoyed by a higher oil price, are producing at the highest rate in a year, setting up a showdown with OPEC and Russia.
President Trump's America First Energy Plan may have an unintended consequence: a supply and demand rebalance that will affect oil prices.
High on Exxon Mobil's list of growth opportunities are U.S. shale plays, where it and others can turn a profit with $40 oil.
Pipeline makers have a fossil fuel friendly president, but they face regional opposition and a burgeoning environmental movement.
Cowen forecasts steel consumption by the oil industry will rise by 65 percent in 2017.
Goldman Sachs said Wednesday that investors need to see more hard data before sending commodity prices higher.
InterContinental Hotels Group CEO Richard Solomons weighs in on the company's earnings, which reveal "pretty good revenue growth around the world."
Singapore's United Overseas Bank (UOB) reported on Friday its earnings for the fourth quarter slipped 6.2 percent on-year to S$739 million.
OPEC sources say the oil cartel could extend its oil supply-reduction pact with non-members.
Instead of extracting it so aggressively, the U.S. should leave it until the Middle East runs out of oil, the billionaire says.
The pace of the U.S. shale oil recovery is set to pick up next month as more crude-producing regions return to growth.
Markets stay bloated after recent rig count data support evidence that US production is rising.