Institute for Energy Research President Tom Pyle, The Wall Street Journal's Senior Video Reporter Shelby Holliday and University of Maryland Economist Peter Morici on Donald Trump's proposal of constructing the Keystone Pipeline.
Shopper's Market: Consumer analyst breaks things down
The debate over how to power America is raging and is playing a role in the presidential election.
Record consumer demand for gasoline is expected to take a sizeable bite out of an oil glut that has held global crude prices at multi-year lows.
Royal Dutch Shell will cut a further 2,200 jobs, taking its target for layoffs to 12,500 by the end of the year, the Anglo-Dutch oil firm said on Wednesday, as it cuts deeper in the face of weak oil prices.
Freeport-McMoRan Inc's oil and gas business has withdrawn its initial public offering as weak oil prices dent valuations of oil producers.
Occidental College professor Caroline Heldman on Venezuela on the brink of collapsing.
Oil experts have been closely monitoring the energy sector after the world’s biggest crude exporters failed last month to reach an agreement on an oil-production freeze.
For the first time in four decades the Treasury Department specifies Saudi Treasury holdings.
Oil and gas producer Range Resources said it would buy Memorial Resource Development in an all-stock deal valued at $4.4 billion, including $1.1 billion in debt.
The rally in oil this year is impressive, but read the fine print with related ETFs.
OPEC said the global oil market is oversupplied and signaled the glut may increase this year, as surging output from its members makes up for losses from other countries whose production has been hit by a price fall.
Capital Management chairman T. Boone Pickens weighs in, from the SALT Conference in Las Vegas, on the EPA extending new rules onto other fossil friendly fuels such as oil and natural gas.
Oil prices climbed higher on Wednesday after the U.S. Energy Information Administration reported an inventory drop last week.
Weekly inventory data from the Energy Information Administration showed an unexpected drawdown in U.S. crude oil stockpiles, sending oil and energy stocks higher on the session.
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While some view Ali al-Naimi's ouster as a result of perhaps diverging views between him and the oil-rich nation’s leadership, others say 'not so fast' to such a conclusion.
West Virginia Coal Association President and Donald Trump supporter Bill Raney on the state of the coal industry.
Bill Stewart of the Center for Fire Research and Outreach at UC Berkeley discusses how Canada's wildfire is impacting the oil industry.
As Saudi Arabia's long-serving oil minister Ali al-Naimi departs his job, the kingdom's crown as top crude supplier to Asia is slipping.