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    Published 14 July 2017 | viewed 12,298 times

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  • U.S. To Lease 76M Acres For Oil, Gas In Gulf Of Mexico

    Published 14 July 2017 | viewed 8,665 times

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  • API Reports 62% Jump In Oil, Gas Drilling In Q2

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    The American Petroleum Institute reported a 62-percent annual increase in oil and gas drilling in the second quarter of 2017 in the United States. For…

  • UK Proposes Relaxed Rules For Aramco IPO

    Published 13 July 2017 | viewed 3,965 times

    The UK Financial Conduct Authority, the country’s financial markets regulator, has proposed a change in rules for the listing of new companies in a bid…

  • China Reports 14% Increase In H1 Crude Oil Imports

    Published 13 July 2017 | viewed 12,126 times

    Chinese customs data has revealed that the world’s second-largest consumer of crude oil imported 8.55 million barrels of oil daily during the first half of…

  • Investors Pledge US$2B In Mexico Onshore Oil

    Published 13 July 2017 | viewed 5,401 times

    Energy companies that took part in two onshore oil and gas exploration tenders in Mexico yesterday have pledged total investments of US$2 billion for the…

  • Is A Global Oil Deficit Looming?

    Published 12 July 2017 | viewed 19,440 times

    The world is heading towards an oil deficit, if we are to believe recent headlines quoting the chief executive of Saudi Aramco, Amin Nasser. There…

  • China Moves Closer To Launching Oil Benchmark

    Published 12 July 2017 | viewed 13,928 times

    Oil futures trading in China is set to finally start later this year after several delays, providing one of the world’s top consumers with a…

  • Significant Draw In Crude Inventories Jolts Oil Prices

    Published 12 July 2017 | viewed 22,468 times

    A day after the American Petroleum Institute lifted spirits with an estimated crude oil inventory draw of 8.133 million barrels, the Energy Information Administration added…

  • Saudis Poised To Make Largest Crude Export Cut This Year

    Published 12 July 2017 | viewed 16,429 times

    Saudi Arabia plans to cut its August crude oil exports by 600,000 bpd, according to an industry source from the Kingdom who spoke to Reuters.…

  • World’s Biggest Oil Traders Zero In On Shale Hot Spots

    Published 11 July 2017 | viewed 17,770 times

    U.S. shale oil is in the spotlight once again, this time not as a deterrent to a price improvement, but as the future of the…

  • U.S. To Be A Top-Ten Oil Exporter In Three Years

    Published 11 July 2017 | viewed 7,101 times

    PIRA Energy has predicted that U.S. crude oil exports will top 2 million barrels by 2020, reaching 2.25 million bpd. That’s more than what most…

  • Balance Of Oil Power Shifts Away From OPEC

    Published 11 July 2017 | viewed 8,351 times

    The balance of powers in the world of oil has shifted away from OPEC and towards the Americas, particularly the United States. This is what…

  • Strong Demand Expectations To Lift Oil Prices

    Published 11 July 2017 | viewed 18,012 times

    Optimism about crude oil demand in the coming weeks has helped prices to recover somewhat, but the sustainability of the improvement is highly uncertain. Bank…

  • Citi: Demand Growth Could Push Oil To $60 By Christmas

    Published 10 July 2017 | viewed 25,235 times

    Crude oil prices could jump to US$60 a barrel by this year’s end thanks to growing demand and lower OPEC supply, according to Citigroup’s senior…

  • World’s Third Largest Oil Importer Secures Deal With U.S.

    Published 10 July 2017 | viewed 14,988 times

    Indian Oil Corp. will take delivery of more than a million barrels of U.S. heavy crude in October—the first U.S. crude oil purchase by an…

  • OPEC: Further Cuts Off The Table

    Published 10 July 2017 | viewed 16,937 times

    No further oil output cuts are on the agenda for the July meeting of the ministerial committee set up to monitor compliance with the OPEC-non-OPEC…

  • Is Arctic Drilling Still Profitable For Norway?

    Published 09 July 2017 | viewed 11,860 times

    Arctic drilling may become unprofitable for Norway if oil prices continue to fall, says a new report looking into the best and worst scenarios for…

  • Oil No Longer Decisive Factor In Emerging Market Performance

    Published 09 July 2017 | viewed 13,817 times

    Oil is increasingly losing relevance in the performance of emerging market assets including, equities—and now, bonds and currencies. What’s more, the technology sector is apparently…

  • Mexico Sees Another Four Oil Tenders By End-2018

    Published 07 July 2017 | viewed 8,871 times

    Mexico is planning to hold four more oil and gas block tenders by November 2018 as part of efforts to ensure the sustainability of its…

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