Prices at the pump are expected to remain low as OPEC maintains its current level of production.
For the first time, Exxon Mobil has released a report assessing climate change risks to carbon assets.
In an epic legal war, Chevron now has the right to seek damages from a powerful Washington law firm that allegedly mishandled a case over environmental damages in Ecuador.
Chevron has signed an exploration agreement with Polish gas giant PGNiG - this after several companies left over disappointing drilling results.
BP is joining 41 companies to bid in a high-stakes auction for oil leases in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Ukraine crisis has affected many business models: here are 10.
Chevron held its annual analyst meeting on Tuesday. Here are some highlights.
The judge's ruling: Lawyers representing villagers committed fraud, making a previous judgment against Chevron unenforceable in the U.S.
Sergio Millian, the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce president, talks about why Russia's energy ministry wants to partner with the U.S.
At least one American company is already poised to benefit.
Earnings and economic data should influence investors at the end of a rocky week.
As efforts to harvest shale gas in Lithuania, Poland and the Ukraine falter, Russia remains the region's largest producer.
Because Chevron no longer operates in Ecuador, it's unlikely it will ever pay the fine.
A relatively light earnings calendar at the end of a busy week will have markets watching data on manufacturing for direction.
On a percentage basis, some companies paid double what other companies paid in taxes.
Chevron’s Polish subsidiary says it is merely exploring for shale gas near a Polish village.
The energy giant is flexing its corporate muscle against the law firm, alleging acts of corruption, bribery and false representation.
U.S. oil giant says the deal with Argentine oil company YPF is at stake over a court’s decision to side with Ecuador on environment.
China’s state-owned oil giant CNOOC was cleared by U.S. regulators to to make its largest-ever foreign acquisition.
At least five people were injured, three of them shot, in an incident Wednesday at a mortgage company in Phoenix, reports said.
Chevron says it still won't cough up the $19 billion demanded by plaintiffs in an Ecuadorean court case involving decades of pollution in the Amazon rainforest.
Chevron Corp. on Tuesday lost a U.S. Supreme Court bid to block an $18.2 billion judgment against it in Ecuador in a case over pollution in the Amazon jungle.
Pre-Market Movers (YPF, Nokia, Home Depot, BT Group, Arcelormittal, Arch Coal, Royal Bank of Scotland, Weatherford)
YPF SA, Nokia Corp, Home Depot Inc, Home Depot Inc, Arcelormittal, Arch Coal Inc, Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc and Weatherford International Ltd. are among the companies whose shares are moving in pre-market trading Monday.
Top After-Market NYSE Movers (AutoZone, Main Street, Owens & Minor, YPF, Accretive, Chiquita Brands, Chesapeake Utilities, Alliance One)
The top after-market NYSE gainers Friday were AutoZone, Main Street Capital Corp, Owens & Minor, YPF SA and FelCor Lodging Trust Inc. The top after-market NYSE losers were Accretive Health, Chiquita Brands International, Chesapeake Utilities Corp, Alliance One International and Weight Watchers International Inc.
Chesapeake Energy Corp said it will sell most of its Permian Basin properties to Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Chevron Corp and a majority of its pipeline assets to raise about $6.9 billion in cash.