CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the national average for a gallon of regular gas is $2.06 per gallon, the lowest since 2008.» Read More
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at Goldman Sachs' analysis on beneficiaries of an oil drop. Also, the best performers when oil drops according to Kensho data.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan looks at the economic impact of oil at $20/barrel.
Jeffrey Currie, Head of Commodities Research, Goldman Sachs, explains the research behind his call that oil could fall as low as $20.
Peter Arment, Sterne Agee CRT, has released a note saying the Iran deal could increase 'national security anxiety.'
Sri Raman, Starmine/Thomson Reuters analyst talks about energy companies that may actually be takeover targets.
Drillers removed 10 rigs in the week ended Sept. 11 and 13 rigs in the week ended Sept. 4, bringing the total rig count down to 652, after adding rigs in six of the past eight weeks, oil services company Baker Hughes Inc said in its closely followed report. Earlier Friday, U.S. crude prices were down more than 2 percent after two banks, Goldman Sachs and Commerzbank, both...
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on refineries in the U.S. as they enter a seasonal repair period, during which they cannot refine product.
The Fast Money traders share their play on oil and JPMorgan's nine-point reason to upgrade Chevron.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports Goldman's Jeff Currie is cutting his crude forecast saying oil has the potential to drop to $20 a barrel.
*Goldman cuts 2015, 2016 outlook; Commerzbank also pares forecast. NEW YORK, Sept 11- Crude futures fell on Friday after Wall Street's most influential voice in oil trading, Goldman Sachs, slashed its price outlook through next year, citing oversupply and concerns about China's economy. Joining Germany's Commerzbank and a long list of other banks in cutting...
CNBC's Hadley Gamble speaks exclusively to Saudi prince Turki Al-Faisal about oil prices and the deal with Iran.
The DOJ complicates Halliburton's buyout of peer oilfield services company Baker Hughes.
The global supply surplus of oil is even bigger than Goldman Sachs thought, driving prices as low as $20 a barrel.
*Goldman cuts 2015, 2016 outlook; Commerzbank also pares forecast. NEW YORK, Sept 11- Crude futures fell about 3 percent on Friday after Wall Street's most influential voice in oil trading, Goldman Sachs, slashed its price outlook through next year, citing oversupply and concerns over China's economy. Joining Germany's Commerzbank and a long list of other banks...
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports regional fall maintenance of oil refineries could put added pressure on oil prices.
Hunter Harrison, Canadian Pacific CEO, talks about his relationship with activist investor Bill Ackman, and turning around CP. And Keith Creel, Canadian Pacific COO, and Bill Ackman talk about the future of CSX.
Miswin Mahesh, oil analyst at Barclays, says the oil market is waiting for supplies to adjust, but demand has improved. He also explains whether or not the China slowdown impacted oil prices.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on her exclusive interview with Saudi Prince Turki Al-Faisal.
Oleg Kouzmin, economist with Renaissance Capital in Moscow, explains how low oil prices and a weaker ruble are affecting the Russia economy.
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.