Oil prices rebounded on Wednesday after falling for the past three sessions with worries about oversupply and a slowing global economy keeping markets under pressure though sentiment may be shifting as falling equity markets seemed to stabilize. » Read More
By: Sam Meredith
Oil prices are likely to fall even further over the coming weeks, analysts told CNBC Tuesday, as a sharp sell-off in global equities combines with intensifying fears about a market that could soon to be awash with crude. » Read More
By: Natasha Turak
Riyadh is set to increase spending and even as it tries to close its budget deficit in a bid to boost slow growth and shore up popular support after months of controversy, analysts believe. » Read More
Libya's state-owned National Oil Corporation declared force majeure on operations at its biggest oilfield late Monday night amid a standoff with armed protesters, expecting a loss of 315,000 barrels per day for the OPEC member.
The International Energy Agency forecasts global coal demand will remain essentially stable over the next five years, inching up by just over 1 percent between 2017 and 2023.
Inclusion of climate change could happen in 2019, the Financial Times reports.
Qatar's foreign minister expressed a host of grievances over his Gulf counterparts' regional activities on Sunday, calling out Saudi Arabia and the UAE in particular — and not just for their blockade of his country.
Francisco Blanch, head of global commodity and derivatives research at Bank of America, speaks with "Squawk on the Street" on the trend of oil prices going into 2019.
Oil prices fell on Monday as investor sentiment remained under pressure from oversupply and concern over the prospects for global economic growth and fuel demand.
After Qatar quit OPEC, its state-owned oil firm is committing to invest $20 billion in the U.S., freeing it from potential legal risks.
Kuwait has made several attempts to mediate between Qatar and its Gulf neighbors in attempts to quell the conflict, though so far to no avail.
Located in Cameron County, the facility will use 46 turbines.
Oil prices fell on Friday after China reported slower economic growth, pointing to lower fuel demand in the world's biggest oil importer, although market sentiment was supported by supply cuts agreed last week by major crude producers.
Jim Cramer tells investors not to wait around for a bounce in the oil and bank stocks when there are more profitable near-term plays.
Andy Hall says oil prices have likely hit a bottom after plunging more than 30 percent over the last two months.
S&P's expects aggregate crude production to grow -- something OPEC likely won't be thrilled about.
The facility will sell power to Bloomberg LP, General Motors and Constellation.
The U.S. might have been left out from the big summit between OPEC and non-OPEC producers in Vienna last week but the country's influence over global oil markets is only going to get stronger.
OPEC has lost more than 20 percent of its share of global oil production since the 1970s.