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A surge in oil hedges will spur drilling activity in the U.S., Wood Mackenzie said in a report released on Monday.
The oil market is re-balancing but high inventories and U.S. output is offsetting an OPEC output cut and Asian demand growth, an IEA official said.
Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg said Sunday that the price drop comes as crude oil prices also slipped during the same period.
A U.K. energy firm has seen shares spike after confirming a large oil find off Scotland's north coast.
The current attempt to limit oil supply will likely be extended, but a pick-up in demand is needed to support a bull case for oil, an analyst says.
"The market will decide" whether OPEC will extend an output cut, Iraq's oil minister said at a meeting in Kuwait.
A December oil pipeline spill in western North Dakota might have been three times larger than first estimated.
An official says Saudi Arabia's U.S. oil exports are falling and will stay low, but other data suggest the drop is only temporary.
The three largest liquefied natural gas buyers worldwide signed an agreement to cooperate in "joint procurement."
Oil and gas professionals and the managers who hire them have differing ideas about how an industry recovery will play out, a survey shows.
Industry experts say current regulations do not affect U.S. energy, as President Trump plans a rollback of energy and environmental laws.
The United States appears to be backing away from another global effort to reduce corruption connected to drilling and mining.
As oil prices languish at a three-month low, traders are asking if petroleum producers will extend their six-month agreement to cut output.
An increase in new production projects and a shale boom could create an oversupply situation in the coming years, according to Goldman Sachs analysts.
Shares of Transocean fell more after Borr Drilling announced it will acquire 15 of Transocean's rigs in a deal valued at $1.35 billion.
Here's why oil prices will continue to fall, at least in the short-term, says Andy Lipow.
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