Oil prices are edging up in Asia on Monday after OPEC said it was near its target of cutting 1.8 million barrels of crude oil a day.
It will be hard for oil prices to remain above $60, says Azlin Ahmad, editor at Argus Media.
The resurgence in U.S. shale threatens OPEC's plans to keep oil prices within a band, says Vandana Hari, founder of Vanda Insights.
Oil prices edged up, supported by statements from oil producers over the weekend that a output cut was being successfully implemented.
OPEC and other producers will establish a mechanism to verify they are sticking to a deal to reduce output at a weekend meeting.
References to climate change were removed from the White House website immediately after Donald Trump took office.
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Electric power utilities passed a significant milestone in carbon emissions last year.
The extended slump in oil prices has turned the OPEC nation's once-prosperous oil-boom economy into a mirror of the latter day Soviet Union.
There could by a shortage of oil supply by 2020 if investment flows continue at their current rate, Saudi Arabia’s energy minister warned.
The CEO of oil and gas production company EnQuest has told CNBC that spending in the industry has fallen during the current downturn more than any previous cycle.
Shares of General Electric edged lower after the company reported mixed earnings results.
Energy secretary nominee Rick Perry and Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., share an awkward moment during Perry's confirmation hearing Thursday.
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy, H.E Khalid A. Al-Falih talks about when Saudi Aramco wants to go public, while commenting on the oil price outlook.
"The Saudi vision, of course, will continue to optimize and maximize the benefit we can get from oil and gas," says Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy, H.E Khalid A. Al-Falih.
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy, H.E Khalid A. Al-Falih discusses how the country works together and negotiates with other OPEC and non-OPEC members.
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Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy, H.E Khalid A. Al-Falih talks about the subject matters that keep him up at night, from geopolitics to Saudi Vision 2030.
Sustainable Energy is taking a look at how environmental and climate organizations are assessing his potential impact on the planet.
"My past statements, made over five years ago, about abolishing the Department of Energy do not reflect my current thinking," Perry says.
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