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    Published 08 January 2017 | viewed 9,685 times

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  • China To Lower Export Quotas For Majors By 40 Percent

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    Published 30 December 2016 | viewed 39,508 times

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    Published 26 December 2016 | viewed 14,027 times

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    Published 23 December 2016 | viewed 25,241 times

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  • Oil Consumption Is Immune To A Transport Transformation

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  • Russia And Japan Sign 23 Energy Agreements

    Published 21 December 2016 | viewed 14,462 times

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  • Huge Decline In U.S. Proved Oil And Gas Reserves

    Published 18 December 2016 | viewed 30,053 times

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  • After OPEC - What’s Next For Oil Prices?

    Published 03 December 2016 | viewed 37,018 times

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    Published 29 November 2016 | viewed 12,390 times

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  • Oil Comes Back To Life In Canada

    Published 26 November 2016 | viewed 33,263 times

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    Published 19 November 2016 | viewed 14,199 times

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    Published 17 November 2016 | viewed 19,098 times

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  • The EIA Reports An Increase In DUCs

    Published 15 November 2016 | viewed 9,656 times

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  • Chinese Oil Production Collapses To 7-Year Low

    Published 14 November 2016 | viewed 20,109 times

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