Global oil demand is set to slip as more countries reintroduce lockdowns in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, according to OPEC.
Oil producers are under attack from the fallout from COVID-19, Mother Nature and the Democrats.
Oil prices were under pressure Monday as Western Europe imposed lockdowns aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19 and Libya ramped up its production following the lifting of a force-majeure blockade.
Investors are in a buying mood ahead of the U.S. presidential election.
Fracking has become a hot-button issue in the final weeks of the election as President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden fight for votes in Pennsylvania and other energy-producing states.
Biden's fracking ban could erase decades of U.S. energy progress.
The oil and gas industry has come out in full force to defend itself after former Vice President Joe Biden said at Thursday evening’s presidential debate that he would “transition” away from oil.
Commodities are on the cusp of entering a structural bull market, says Goldman Sachs. Here's why.
ExxonMobil Chairman and CEO Darren Woods warned that job cuts are coming for employees in the U.S. and Canada as part of an ongoing plan announced earlier this year to "redesign work processes and improve cost competitiveness."
The deal would create the largest Permian Basin-only focused shale producer.
Conoco Phillips continues consolidation in the energy patch.
Hurricane Delta may hit the oil patch which is still recovering from Hurricane Laura.
American oil refineries, with shorter regulatory delays compared to their Canadian counterparts, are racing to produce renewable diesel to capitalize on Canada’s greener fuel standard before its own refineries are able to modify their plants to make it themselves.
The president's infection may make even his most ardent supporters behave more cautiously, staying at home and spending less.
Two projects planned to restore more than 4,600 acres of marsh and other habitat in the New Orleans area
Mexico is now deploying guards equipped with assault rifles to help protect mining companies from attacks by drug cartels.
The deal talks show how consolidation in the oil and gas industry is picking up
Smoke from this year's blazes has been especially bad — thick enough to obscure vineyards drooping with clusters of grapes almost ready for harvest
Gold prices on Wednesday fell below $1,900 an ounce for the first time in nearly two months amid continued strength in the U.S. dollar.
Gold prices will benefit from a strong technical backdrop and easy monetary policy from central banks.