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Oil producer ConocoPhillips beats profit views on higher output


U.S. oil and gas producer ConocoPhillips (COP.N), opens new tab on Thursday beat Wall Street estimates for fourth-quarter profit, helped

Europe Gas: Prices down as Norwegian supply recovers


Dutch and British gas prices were mostly lower on Thursday morning as Norwegian pipeline gas recovered after an outage at

Russia’s Arctic LNG 2 last line is on hold, TotalEnergies CEO says


The third and the last train of the Arctic LNG 2 project in Russia has been put on hold but

Top Biden official to defend LNG pause in Senate hearing


A top U.S. Department of Energy official is set on Thursday to defend President Joe Biden’s pause on approvals of

US natgas prices slide 2% to fresh 3-year low ahead of storage report


U.S. natural gas futures slid about 2% to a fresh three-year low on Thursday on rising near-record output and forecasts

EXPLAINER-What is known about the Nord Stream gas pipeline explosions


Sweden announced on Wednesday that it had dropped its investigation into the explosions in 2022 on Nord Stream pipelines carrying

Norway’s Sverdrup oilfield output to remain steady to 2025, says Aker BP


Production at the Equinor-operated Johan Sverdrup oilfield, the North Sea’s largest, is expected to hold steady for another year, partner

Middle East Crude-Murban dips as Japanese refineries shut units


Middle East crude benchmarks traded mixed on Thursday, with Oman ticking up while Murban edging down.

Spot premium for light sour

Asia Naphtha/Gasoline-Gasoline margin rises on firm demand, declining stocks


Asia’s gasoline markets gained on Thursday on bullish fuel consumption data from India and large declines in inventories at major

Berlin considers nationalising Rosneft’s German business, Kremlin vows response


With the German government’s temporary seizure of Russian oil firm Rosneft’s ROSN.MM assets in Germany set to expire, Berlin is

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