Former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister on the impact of U.S. tensions with Saudi Arabia on the oil market.
The Schork Report Publisher Stephen Schork on the outlook for oil.
OPEC agreed in June to boost supply to make up for the expected disruption to Iranian exports.
The Treasury secretary's comments come just weeks before the Trump administration reimposes financial sanctions on Iran.
Lt. Col. Daniel Davis (Ret.) discusses why President Trump shouldn’t impose sanctions on Saudi Arabia.
Agora Financial Chief Market Strategist Alan Knuckman and RealClearMarkets Editor John Tamny on the state of the markets and concerns of a potential October market hiccup.
Council on Foreign Relations' Amy Myers Jaffe on the impact of Saudi Arabia on the oil market.
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KPMG Global Head of Energy and Natural Resources Regina Mayor on oil and gas CEOs' views on the industry's outlook.
The oil market was heading for a second week of losses on concern that trade wars were curbing economic activity.
Hoover Institution Senior Fellow Ed Lazear on the market reaction to U.S. tensions with Saudi Arabia and the Trump administration's trade strategy with China.
PRICE Futures Group senior market analyst Phil Flynn on concerns over the impact of U.S. tensions with Saudi Arabia on oil prices.
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Lipow Oil Associates President Andy Lipow on the impact on oil prices from mounting U.S. tensions with Saudi Arabia and when electric vehicles will begin to impact the demand for oil demand.
Jonathan Schanzer, senior vice president at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, on whether the U.S. should impose sanctions against Saudi Arabia, after the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The U.S. can produce 14 million barrels of oil per day by 2020, the head of the Interior Department said.
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and Southern Ute Indian Tribe Councilman Adam Red on boosting U.S. oil production, drilling on the Ute Indian Tribe's land, deregulation and reforming regulations such as the Endangered Species Act.
Crude oil inventories declining by 2.13 million barrels over the last week.
U.S. oil production has increased steadily over the last five years, reaching a record high of 11.2 million bpd in the week to Oct. 5. But infrastructure has not kept pace with rising output, filling domestic tanks.
Former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister on tensions between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia and the economic risks if Saudi Arabia using oil prices as a weapon against other countries.