After crude oil prices slipped further Thursday, "Fast Money" traders forecasted more pain for some battered energy stocks.
U.S. crude settled 1.1 percent lower at $36.76 a barrel, and hit its level lowest since 2009 during the session. Internationally traded Brent lingered just below $40 per barrel.
As prices have shown few signs of recovering, shares of energy giants ConocoPhillips and Exxon Mobil look expensive, said trader Guy Adami. Still, Conoco and Exxon shares have already plunged about 28 and 18 percent this year, respectively.
Brazilian oil company Petrobras, which has dealt with the fallout of a corruption investigation as well as falling crude prices, looks "the most scary," said trader Karen Finerman. Its shares have fallen 35 percent this year.