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Russia's energy minister says deal with OPEC to limit oil production has worked, but Russia won't be joining the cartel.
Saudi Aramco is set to go public next year. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports from CERAWeek.
CERAWEEK- RUSSIAN OIL MIN NOVAK SAYS EXPECTS OIL PRICE TO STAY AT $55- $60 PER BARREL IN 2017.
Chesapeake Energy CEO Doug Lawler says he is optimistic about working with the Trump administration.
India is moving into position to be the biggest driver of global oil demand growth and has big energy investment plans.
HOUSTON, March 6- Norwegian oil producer Statoil ASA expects its U.S. shale operations to be profitable within two years at crude prices of $50 per barrel, an improvement helped by simplifying operations, technological improvements and cost cuts. "Our business clearly makes sense in a $50 environment," Reitan said Monday on the sidelines of the CERAWeek...
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.
John Kilduff, Again Capital LLC, weighs in on the current state of the oil market.
PSEG CEO Ralph Izzo weighs in on tax reform, the future of nuclear power, coal and infrastructure.
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.
LONDON, March 6- Global oil supply may struggle to match demand after 2020, when the pinch of a two-year decline in investment in new production could leave spare capacity at a 14- year low and send prices sharply higher, the International Energy Agency said on Monday. Most supply growth is expected to come from the United States, where the IEA said shale, or light...
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.
Oil giant Saudi Aramco is expected to have a market capitalization of $1 trillion to $1.5 trillion when it sells shares to the public next year.
U.S. crude oil seems to be going nowhere but the weekly New York mercantile Exchange l chart for West Texas Intermediate tells a different story.
OPEC's secretary general says it's "premature" to say whether producers will extend their production deal.
Oil prices whipsawed turning negative after the IEA forecast potential shale oil growth and waning European refined product demand.
SINGAPORE, March 6- Oil prices slipped in Asian trade on Monday, wiping out some of the gains of the previous session amid ongoing concern over Russia's compliance with a global deal to cut oil output. Figures released last week showed Russia's February oil output was unchanged from January at 11.11 million barrels per day, energy ministry data showed, casting...
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.