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A peace agreement with armed rebels would permanently add 1.5 percent to Colombia's GDP, according the country's leader.
As oil prices struggled to hold onto this week’s gains, investors are obsessed with pinpointing crude’s next move—and there’s hopes the worst might be over.
After more than a year of lower oil prices, consumers are beginning to reap the benefits of cheaper fuel for their homes and cars.
With a volatile market for value investors and a clouded Fed, two retail analysts say buying long term is the way to go.
A federal court on Wednesday blocked the Obama administration's rules for stricter standards on hydraulic fracturing.
St. Gregory's University in Oklahoma owns and leases out 800 properties to oil and gas firms, despite Pope Francis’ call to arms against fossil fuel.
OPEC oil output has risen in September from the month before, a Reuters survey found on Wednesday, as Iraq's northern exports recovered from disruption.
The combination of the shutdown of a major LA refinery plus autumn planned work at other plants could cause oil prices to spikes by late November.
The Arctic is likely the biggest untapped area for petroleum on Earth, but Royal Dutch Shell is just the latest of the oil supermajors to pull back. Here's why.
It's too soon to be investing in emerging markets amidst a commodity collapse, says David Spika of Guidestone Capital Management.
Halliburton and Baker Hughes plan to sell off additional businesses in order to move ahead with a $35 billion merger.
Royal Dutch Shell abandons a contentious Arctic drilling campaign off the coast of Alaska after exploration failed to find anything significant.
An EU official says Russia and Ukraine have ended uncertainty and finally reached agreement on supplies of natural gas to Ukraine.
The move would be a substantial step by the world's largest polluter to reduce emissions from major industries, the NYT reports.
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.
Emission software uncovered by EPA regulators in Volkswagen diesel cars has prompted a hearing on a panel in the House of Representatives.
"We've seen the relationship between GDP growth and oil product demand widening considerably," Citigroup's Ed Morse said.