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Oil pulled two ways by economic slowdown, OPEC-led supply cuts


Oil prices were mixed on Monday, weighed by concerns that an economic downturn may dent fuel consumption, but supported by

Here’s what may shake OPEC’s commitment to oil production cuts


Oil is among the biggest commodity gainers in 2019, with prices up by more than 20% — a testament to

Oil Bulls Stick to Their Guns Ahead of Make-or-Break OPEC Summit


OPEC can make or break oil’s bull run, and hedge funds are betting the cartel will keep fueling the rally.


Global LNG supply to rise 9 pct in 2019: IHS Markit


Global liquefied Natural gas (LNG) supply would increase by 35 million to 40 million tonnes in 2019, representing a year-on-year

LNG producers must avoid over-reliance on Chinese demand growth -executives


Liquefied natural gas (LNG) producers must avoid becoming over-reliant on the strong Chinese demand growth seen in the past two

High oil price volatility may continue due to structural factors, says expert


International oil prices are likely to continue to see high volatility in the coming few years with structural causes unresolved,

U.S. Oil Waivers That Rocked Market in 2018 Coming Back to Focus


Uncertainty over U.S. waivers for buyers of Iranian oil is starting to grip the market again, under very different circumstances

Petrobras CEO eyes $10 billion of divestments in first four months of 2019


Roberto Castello Branco, the chief executive of Brazil’s Petroleo Brasileiro SA, said he believes the company will divest some $10

Shale oil boom sends investors back to risky MLPs for high income in time of low yields


The Permian Basin in West Texas is experiencing an oil and gas boom with consequences for the global oil supply-demand

Global Oil Production Fell in February on OPEC Cuts, Venezuela Outages -IEA


The world’s oil production continued to fall in February, largely on the back of OPEC-led supply cuts and outages in

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