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Markets remain shaky this week, and CNBC "Fast Money" traders looked for stocks that provide long-term stability.
A spat between regulators and Exxon Mobil is slowing a refinery in California, and keeping gasoline prices higher for local drivers.
Total announced Wednesday that is was slashing capital spending, delaying the start date of several projects and upping its cost-cutting targets.
After declining to take a position, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says she opposes the Keystone XL pipeline. NBC reports.
"We've seen the relationship between GDP growth and oil product demand widening considerably," Citigroup's Ed Morse said.
"If you only think about the U.S., you might miss a larger picture," Jim Cramer said.
The next catalyst for a selloff in oil prices will come from stock level data that suggest supply in global oil markets remains high, analysts say.
Australia's competition watchdog has flagged concerns Shell's proposed $70B takeover of BG could hit gas supply competition.
Crude may have soared higher Wednesday, but this is what it will take to reach $60 oil, strategist Helima Croft says.
Airfares dropped 3.1 percent in August, according to figures from the Labor Department. Here's what that means for your vacation.
A rapid fall in U.S. crude oil production could be a sign an oversupplied market is finally correcting, John Kilduff said.
China's not the only central bank in town selling reserves to cope with a tumultuous global economy. The Saudis have been doing it for months.
Oil supply from non-OPEC states is likely to see its biggest drop in more than two decades next year, the International Energy Agency said on Friday.
The risk that oil could fall as low as $20 a barrel is rising amid a persistent surplus, Goldman Sachs said, cutting its forecasts again.
Ultra-low gas prices could dent the popularity of Toyota's new Prius, industry experts warn.
The Middle East's largest economy faces dwindling economic growth and a sharp drop in government revenues, hit by a toxic mix of tumbling oil prices, regional conflicts and the strength of the U.S. dollar.
Saudi Arabia's crude oil production fell slightly by 100,000 barrels per day in August, an industry source told Reuters on Wednesday.
U.S. crude settled down 11 cents on Tuesday at $45.94 a barrel but has dipped below $40 a barrel in the last month.
Indonesia is reactivating its membership of OPEC in December, adding almost 3 percent to the group's oil output.
Woodside Petroleum, Australia's biggest independent oil and gas producer, has bid $8 billion for smaller rival Oil Search.