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Renowned economist Jim O'Neill said investors "have to believe" the dollar is not going to be the kingpin currency forever.
Continuous disruption in the oil and gas industry should be viewed positively, Baker Hughes GE CEO Lorenzo Simonelli said Tuesday.
Gazprom Deputy Chairman Alexander Medvedev says that European dependence on Russia for gas is "wrongly presented."
Despite some concerns over the gigantic debt pile in the China, a former Goldman Sachs chairman told CNBC he cannot get excite about the issue.
UAE Minister for Energy Suhail al-Mazroui said Tuesday there is "definitely" an appetite for non-OPEC members to join the 14-member cartel.
Pemex CEO Jose Antonio Gonzalez Anaya speaks about the Mexican oil market, saying that "now we're playing by different standards."
While stubbornly strong oil exports continue to dampen market sentiment and cap gains, CNBC takes a look at the world's 10 leading oil exporters.
IHS' Dan Yergin says that if given the opportunity, Venezuela's middle classes would leave the country.
China's growth rate and burgeoning relevance of its consumers are "easily" the most important influences on the global economy, Jim O'Neill said Monday.
OPEC sees no reason for investors to expect oil to hit peak demand before 2040.
Saudi Aramco's plan to take a portion of its business public next year will go ahead as scheduled in 2018, Oman's oil minister said Monday.
BP CEO Bob Dudley and Total CEO Patrick Pouyanne discuss the future of the energy industry.
Despite the instability in the Middle East, the biggest risk for the oil industry is Venezuela, the CEO of BP told CNBC Monday.
UAE energy minister Suhail al-Mazroui said Monday he expected OPEC and non-OPEC countries to extend global supply cuts at the end of the month.
ADNOC said Monday it plans to sell at least 10 percent of its stake in its fuel retail business in an initial public offering next month.
OPEC and Russian officials have called on some of the world's leading oil producers to form a consensus and back a supply curb until the end of 2018.
BP CEO Bob Dudley discusses what he considers to be the biggest risk posed to the oil industry.