Platts' Senior Analyst Yen Ling Song shares her outlook for China's teapot refineries.
JPMorgan's Scott Darling explains that the oil supply glut is expected to remain an issue due to moderating global growth.
Bangchak Petroleum President Chaiwat Kovavisarach explains the firm's decision to expand its renewable energy business through its subsidiary BCPG.
Citi Research just upgraded Tesoro to buy from neutral.
Energy recruiters says oilfield services firms and drillers could face a staffing shortage after cutting hundreds of thousands of jobs.
Paul Sankey, Wolfe Research Senior Oil & Gas Analyst, discusses the oil market and how it's affecting refiners.
Huge stockpiles of fuel and teeming strategic Chinese crude inventories could send oil prices on one last, ugly slide lower, analysts tell CNBC.
Raymond James just upgraded its 2017 oil price target to $80 from $75.
Morgan Stanley just downgraded Phillips 66 to equal weight from overweight.
More than two thousand gas stations are running dry across France, with drivers lining up for hours to fill their cars.
Integrated oil and gas companies face headwinds as upstream production remain under pressure and downstream refinery margins are tightening.
Helima Croft, CNBC Contributor and Managing Director of Global Head of Commodity Strategy at RBC Capital Markets, and Jean-Francois Seznec, Atlantic Council Senior Fellow and Georgetown University professor, discuss Saudi Arabia's economic reform plans to diversify away from oil.
The average price of a gallon of gasoline gained nearly 25 cents in the past four weeks.
Saudi Aramco wants to buy more U.S. refining and chemical plants once the break-up of its Shell JV is done, sources said.
The oil and gas refining sector is down 20 percent this year. CNBC's Morgan Brennan takes a look.
PTT's CEO Tevin Vongvanich shares with Managing Asia how he intends on leading the Thai company through this difficult oil patch.
Doug Terreson, Evercore ISI senior managing director, thinks Exxon has done a better job managing capital than other companies through the pain for oil prices.
Nearly every oil company stock is lower again, after the IEA saying the risk of oil prices falling further has increased. This can be fixed through a small amount of demand, and supply discipline, explains Kris Kelley, Janus Capital Group's equity research analyst.
Exxon reported a steep drop in earnings as low oil prices hurt results at the world's largest publicly traded oil company.
An analyst says investors should expect dividend cuts after Chevron reported a quarterly loss for the first time since 2002.