Oil did get a lift from a survey that showed China’s manufacturing rose to a seven-month high. More »
The price has fallen 5 percent over the last week to its lowest level since late June.
Despite the nation’s shale gusher, domestic demand for oil has remained flat during the past decade. But unlike most periods of stagnant demand, a weakened economy isn’t the only culprit. More »
Benchmark U.S. crude for November delivery dropped $1.42 to close at $97.80. More »
Benchmark crude fell $1.59 to close at $99.22 a barrel. More »
OPEC sees a possible drop in energy demand caused by a weaker world economy as its “main area of concern” for the next several months, the group’s secretary-general said. More »
The November cover of Texas Monthly dropped Friday, revealing an issue devoted to the state’s energy renaissance and the millionaires it’s creating. More »
For the week, oil finished with a loss of $1.21, or 1.2 percent.
Officials say no oil from a pipeline rupture in northwestern North Dakota has been found so far in surface or groundwater. More »
The price of oil nearly fell below $100 a barrel. More »
Drawing on booming resource plays that haven’t shown signs of slowing, Texas’ crude oil production could hit 4 million barrels per day by 2020, a top state industry regulator said Thursday. More »
The Bloomberg Oil & Gas Conference is drawing some of the biggest names in energy to speak Thursday at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Here are some of their best predictions and comments from the event. More »