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Halliburton swung to a quarterly profit and handily beat analysts' expectations on higher demand in North America.
Beijing warned Hanoi that it would attack Vietnamese bases in the Spratly Islands if drilling continued, the BBC says.
The U.S. is considering financial sanctions on Venezuela that would halt dollar payments for the country's oil, according to sources.
U.S. crude prices fell more than 1 percent Friday after a report said supply from OPEC will rise.
President Trump's plan to put Made in America requirements on pipeline makers has drawn criticism and warnings from a many stakeholders.
Exxon Mobil sued the U.S. government, blasting as "unlawful" and "capricious" a $2 million fine levied against it for a three-year-old oil joint venture with Russia's Rosneft.
Russia's top oil producer Rosneft is negotiating to swap its collateral in Venezuelan-owned, U.S.-based refiner Citgo for oilfield stakes and a fuel supply deal.
T. Boone Pickens on Thursday said he was struggling with speech after a recent fall, but is determined to get better and continue working.
Oil prices are likely to be stuck within a range of $40 to $60 for the next year or more, according to U.K.-based wealth manager Coutts.
Indonesia is defending its maritime rights within the South China Sea in a perceived move against Chinese encroachment.
Russia’s largest privately owned conglomerate is facing a multi-billion-dollar legal battle worrying investors, N.Y. Times reports.
The failure of EnerVest's $2 billion energy fund shows more investors could yet face a reckoning after a three-year oil price downturn.
Manila's relationship with Beijing may be tested if Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte resumes energy exploration in the South China Sea.
The parties in the Qatar dispute speaking directly would be an important step towards resolution, according to Rex Tillerson.
Britain has proposed a loosening of rules on stock market listings by state companies, just as the London Stock Exchange is trying to win the IPO of Saudi Arabian oil giant Saudi Aramco.
Global demand for natural gas is rising, and the United States is increasing its export capacity.
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