CNBC's Hadley Gamble asks Saudi Aramco president and chief executive Amin Hassan Nasser where and when the company plans to list.
The ouster of Saudi Arabia’s oil minister will send oil prices lower … and for quite some time. Here’s why, says Mark Harrington.
Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, shares his outlook on oil prices as Canada's wildfires take its toll and crude pricing wars break out between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
The outage in Nigeria is the event that’s “really spooking” oil markets, says Miswin Mahesh, Barclays oil analyst, while making additional comment on the reshuffle in Saudi Arabia.
S&P Global's John Kingston explains why the Canada's supply reduction was not sufficient to support a rally in oil prices.
Don't expect a change in Saudi Arabia's oil policy, a former oil exec says.
Saudi Arabia upended the oil market by firing its oil minister. Here are three things that need to happen now, says Steven Kopits.
Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets Global Head of Commodity Strategy and CNBC Contributor, discusses the changing of the guard in the Saudi oil ministry with Ali al-Naimi's ouster.
Michael Cohen, Barclays Head of Energy Commodities Research, talks about the impact in the oil market from the Canadian wildfires and the shake-up in the Saudi oil ministry.
Discussing the departure of Saudi Arabia's al-Naimi, and Iran relations, with the former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Richard Murphy.
Discussing the departure of Saudi Arabia's al-Naimi, with Sadad Al-Husseini, Saudi Aramico former executive.
Edward Morse, Citigroup, discusses the setup for oil prices after the Saudi shake-up announcement of the departure of Saudi Arabia's al-Naimi, and the Canadian wildfire shutting down production there.
CNBC’s Hadley Gamble is in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia with the latest on Khalid al-Falih, Chairman of Aramco replacing the Saudi oil minister Ali al-Naimi.
Dan Yergin, IHS vice chairman, discuss the new oil order in Saudi Arabia after long term oil minister Ali al-Naimi was replaced by Khalid al-Falih and provides his outlook on oil prices. There's a big chunk of oil that's now been taken out, says Yergin, commenting on the impact of Canada's devastating wildfire on crude.
"You're going to see a much more robust Saudi Arabia going forward. There's no question about it," John Kilduff says.
I think this is a consolidation of power, says John Kilduff, Again Capital, discussing the replacement of long-time oil minister Ali al-Naimi with Khalid al-Falih amid the planned listing of Aramco.
Richard Mallinson, Energy Aspects, discusses what's prompting the move up in oil prices, including Canada's wildfires and Saudi Arabia's new oil policy, and provides his outlook on crude.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports Saudi Arabia replaces oil minister Ali al-Nami with Khadid al-Falih, chairman of the state-owned oil company Aramco.
Gareth Lewis-Davies, senior oil strategist at BNP Paribas, says Saudi Arabia has to evolve to become less dependent, and the latest reshuffle is part of this evolution.
Don't expect Saudi Arabia's new oil boss to bring big change to OPEC's June meeting, analysts said, after it replaced its long-serving minister.