Oil prices dipped on Wednesday, retreating from a four-month high as economic growth concerns dampened the outlook for fuel consumption. » Read More
The administration is granting Iraq a renewed 90-day waiver exempting it from U.S. sanctions on Iran, a State Department official told CNBC on Tuesday.
Mike Kelly, Seaport Global Securities, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss energy stocks he's watching after oil prices hit their highest in four months.
"Futures Now" traders Jim Iuorio of TJM Institutional Services and Brian Stutland of Equity Armor Investments discuss whether crude oil could be seeing a comeback. With CNBC's Seema Mody.
The ongoing fire at Intercontinental Terminals petrochemicals storage facility in Deer Park, Texas, intensified overnight.
Manuel Quevedo made the comments at the Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee Meeting (JMMC) in Baku, Azerbaijan on Monday.
New U.S. steel capacity will swamp the market and drag on steelmakers' profit margins, Bank of America Merrill Lynch says.
A raging fire at a petrochemical storage terminal near Houston spread to two more massive tanks after firefighting water pumps stopped working for six hours, the company said on Tuesday.
The facility will be Iberdrola's first photovoltaic plant in Europe.
Remarks from James Bevan paint a stark picture of the future.
OPEC and its allies will not make a decision to extend production cuts in April, giving the group more time to assess the oil market.
U.S. sanctions against Iran and Venezuela are boosting prices, but traders say rising American output may cap gains.
An oil price of between $60 and $70 per barrel is both a "sweet spot" and "pain threshold" for rival oil producers in the U.S. and OPEC according to the head of EMEA Oil & Gas Research at JPMorgan.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak told CNBC that Moscow will be fully compliant with OPEC-led supply cuts over the coming weeks.
Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska said on Sunday he would fight the U.S. government in court for "weaponizing the financial system" against him.
In a CNBC exclusive, Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska sits down with CNBC's Geoff Cutmore to discuss his lawsuit against the United State government. Deripaska, who has strong ties to President Vladimir Putin, claims that the sanctions imposed by the United States back in April 2018 have led to at least $7.5 billion in material loss for him, forcing him to lower his ownership in two companies.
Christyan Malek, head of EMEA oil and gas research at J.P. Morgan, discusses OPEC, U.S. oil production, and oil prices.
If the increase in oil price takes place, it will be 'short-lived', says John Driscoll, chief strategist at JTD Energy Services.
Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska launched a lawsuit against the U.S. Treasury department over sanctions placed on him in 2018. He says American action against him took him by "full surprise," and the legal system is his "last resort" for the facts to be assessed.
Churning out an astounding 1,900 horsepower, Ferrari's Pininfarina Battista is one of the most powerful automobiles ever produced. It also happens to be all electric, one of a score of battery-based vehicles debuting at this week's Geneva Motor Show.