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The price of oil surged to over $70 a barrel after a military attack on a Saudi oil field. Gasoline prices, already rising sharply, have reached multiyear highs. Ten states have gas prices that have...
Raymond James is very positive on top energy companies as West Texas Intermediate crude surges to near $65 a barrel. Here are six top stocks for growth investors looking to add exposure to the sector.
The U.S. Department of Energy has completed the sale of 10.1 million barrels of crude oil from the country's Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Here's what that means.
Crude prices are on a sharp climb upward, which means gasoline prices will continue to increase with them.
Oil prices were last above $100 in August 2014, as the world’s economy surged back from The Great Recession. Short supply from the North Sea and Libya were the other primary culprits. By,...
Oil prices have risen an extraordinary 69% since the U.S. presidential election, and take gas prices with them. The cost of a gallon of regular tops $3 in four states. The best predictor of gasoline...
With the economy reopening and travel returning, as well as the recent spike in the price of oil, one top analyst sees these five Buy-rated energy stocks as perhaps having much higher upside...
The Dallas Fed's final survey of oil and gas industry executives indicates that the oil patch is recovering from the downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The outlook for next year remains...
This week's strong move in oil prices also created a massive rally in oil stocks, but the International Energy Agency has warned that moves may be very premature.
The International Energy Agency on Tuesday issued its oil market report for September. The short version is that demand is expected to decline further and so are crude prices.
Short sellers mostly shaved their positions in oil and gas stocks in the two-week reporting period that ended August 31. Falling crude prices may change their minds again, though.
Increasing oil production among OPEC+ partners and in the United States is keeping a lid on crude prices and new estimates do not see an end to the oil market glut until late next year or early 2022.
WTI crude oil has dropped nearly 9% early Tuesday as demand has slipped again, leaving bulging inventories and a prediction for continued low prices.
The International Energy Agency in its August oil market report said that demand in 2021 would rise more slowly than it had previously expected.
Oil and gas giant Chevron reported a second-quarter loss that was larger than analysts expected along with revenue that fell short of estimates.