Oil prices saw yet another day of gains this Wednesday.
Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi discusses his strategy in terms of capex cuts and adds that the oil price will rise, though "2017 is still a transition era."
The Paris-based agency sees demand improving this year, but sees near-term deceleration.
Luke Kissam, Albemarle CEO, discusses the demand for lithium due to the growing need for batteries.
Neil Atkinson, head of the oil industry and markets division at IEA, discusses his expectations for the oil market in the coming year.
The company plans to send almost 3-million barrels of US crude to customers in Asia.
The retailer says it will sell the hot toy along with Hatchimals-themed gift cards.
The two electronics brands could lose some customers due to a shortage of products this holiday season.
A factory in Japan is struggling to meet orders for the rubber masks since President-elect Donald Trump’s victory.
Colin Hamilton, global head of commodities research at Macquarie, discusses what to expect in the commodity markets next year.
Eivind Kallevik, CFO of Norsk Hydro, discusses the global market environment for his metal commodities business.
The world’s second-largest economy is conflicted as far as an OPEC production cut is concerned, one analyst told CNBC.
Morgan Stanley IM's Ruchir Sharma says with China's economy expected to slow further, its declining demand will weigh on oil prices.
Matthew Parry, senior oil analyst at IEA, discusses the global oil market, which has been affected by industrial slowdowns in China and India - as well as OPEC supply gains.
Jacques Rousseau, Clearview Energy Partners, shares his outlook on oil prices and weighs in on OPEC's next move.
John Kilduff, Again Capital Partners, shares his call on crude prices as inventories continue to build.
Oil prices are heading lower in a shakeout that could continue into the fall months.
JPMorgan's Scott Darling explains that the oil supply glut is expected to remain an issue due to moderating global growth.
Gasoline prices — at $2.16 per gallon nationally — could fall another 10 percent or more, and while that's good for consumers, it may not be so for investors.
Dan Yergin, IHS Markit vice chairman, provides his outlook on oil.