Chevron earnings fell well below expectations Friday, raising new questions about shareholder returns at a time when oil prices are sliding again.
Michele Della Vigna, head of European energy research at Goldman Sachs, discusses what to look out for in oil stocks and the impact of shale on the industry.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jim Lebenthal is buying an energy stock he believes will move higher regardless of the direction of oil prices.
Companies are plowing billions into infrastructure projects, making long-term bets that demand for nat gas will keep growing.
As oil slid on speculation of an Iran nuclear deal, Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" said one group could be a big beneficiary.
Congress should flip the calendar to 2015 and repeal the ban on crude-oil exports, says CME Group President Terry Duffy.
A sudden oil price downturn puts drillers with weak balance sheets in a tough position ahead of a critical test of their health.
Marvin Odum, Shell Oil President, discusses the company's new project in the Gulf of Mexico. He says this is going to be a profitable project because the breakeven price is about $55 per barrel.
The sharp drop in oil prices is squeezing drilling operations in North Dakota and the Bakken Formation. Will players in the region survive?
Bankruptcy and dealmaking has yet to hit the U.S. oil patch, but drillers face another crucial test of their health this fall.
Lower oil prices could exacerbate potential labor shortages in the energy industry, according to The Times-Picayune.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on Exxon Mobil's fielding of questions about fracking activities at a state hearing. Discussing how big of a problem this could be for oil, with Pavel Molchanov, Raymond James.
OPEC decides to leave oil production levels where they are.
The EPA said in a Thursday report that it found no evidence fracking has a "widespread" impact on drinking water.
T. Boone Pickens says Saudi production is topping out at about 10 million barrels per day and oil prices will return to $70 per barrel by year end.
Despite falling Tuesday amid fear of production hikes, crude oil prices may stabilize based on recent trends, an expert said.
Technology made the US oil shale boom. New technology may allow oil giants Saudi Arabia and Norway to become the next fracking boomers.
Governments globally charge prices for energy that do not account for its harmful side effects, amounting to a $5.3 trillion subsidy, the IMF said.
Phil Racusin, EnergyFunders CEO, discusses why his company is financing drilling opportunities in small oil.
With oil prices up, will companies dive back into drilling and fracking? Insight, with John Kilduff, Again Capital, and Dennis Gartman of the Gartman Letter.