OPEC ministers ended their meeting Thursday without a production agreement, but with plenty of talk of unity, something that could fade fast if oil prices crumble again.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Vienna following an OPEC meeting and speaks to Saudi arabia's oil minister Khalid al-Falih about the oil market.
University of California, Davis' executive director of energy and sustainability, Amy Jaffe, gives her take on the oil market after the latest OPEC meeting.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports from OPEC headquarters in Vienna on the cartel's meeting and Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets, weighs in.
CNBC’s Brian Sullivan reports the latest on the OPEC meeting and how leaders failed to agree on a production ceiling.
Oil producers from Angola to Venezuela are buckling under a production policy that was pushed by Saudi Arabia.
One oil analyst told CNBC that Saudi Arabia views Donald Trump as too unpredictable to be U.S. president.
The oil exporter is expected to host meetings with a number of banks to organize the government's first dollar-denominated bond.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Vienna ahead of this week's OPEC meeting and discusses comments by the UAE's oil minister.
Gary Ross, executive chairman and head of global oil at PIRA Energy Group, says non-OPEC oil supply is declining and the global surplus is going down.
It was seen as a sign that new Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih took OPEC seriously when he turned up in the Austrian capital on Monday.
Saudi Arabia has summoned bankers to meetings in Riyadh next week as it seeks to launch its debut international bond, the Financial Times reports.
Discussing what could happen at the upcoming OPEC meeting and how to play it with Loren C. Scott, Loren C. Scott & Associates, and Neal Dingmann, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey.
Which event will be the most important for markets this week?
Technically, I think oil prices could go back down, says John Kilduff, Again Capital Partners sharing his outlook on crude. Oil has had a "heck of a fall," says Kilduff discussing how a glut in oil pressed prices down.
More than two-thirds of Gulf banks reported an increase in unpaid loans in the first three months of the year and more defaults are likely.
India's Prime Minister will embark on a two-day visit to long-time partner Iran, close on the heels of a trip to Saudi Arabia.
Richard Mallison from Energy Aspects argues that there is no evidence to show Saudi Arabia's new strategy is to raise oil output again to push prices lower.
Goldman turned bullish on oil recently but John Kilduff says he thinks oil is more likely to fall back to $35 a barrel.
The oil market is likely to remain choppy this year, but crude prices will probably end 2016 just $5 or so higher, Tamar Essner says.