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Russian President Vladimir Putin has said President Donald Trump is "right" to complain that global oil prices are too high — but added that the U.S. administration is partly to blame for higher prices.
Russia has "benefited tremendously" from its co-operation with OPEC over recent months, the head of Russia's investment fund said Wednesday, but rising oil prices are quickly becoming a concern.
Qatar's energy minister has defended OPEC's oil market strategy, saying a deal between the oil producing group and non-OPEC producers is not aimed at manipulating oil prices.
Russia has no desire to be a "monopoly" when it comes to supplying gas to European consumers, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Wednesday.
Rising trade tensions and "protectionism" in trade policies are a risk for the global energy outlook, Russia's energy minister said.
Royal Dutch Shell's decision to push forward the $14 billion LNG Canada project signals the return of megaprojects and a new competitor to U.S. liquefied natural gas exports.
OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia is ill-equipped to prevent a supply shock in the energy market, analysts told CNBC on Monday, as oil traders prepare for the possibility of $100 a barrel before year-end.
OPEC producers and President Donald Trump are both embracing a "show me" attitude to energy market uncertainty, analysts told CNBC on Friday, as traders speculate about the possibility of $100 a barrel before year-end.
President Donald Trump's sustained bid to sanction Iranian crude exports could trigger a dramatic shortfall in global supply, strategists told CNBC on Thursday, amid renewed worries oil prices could soon rally up to triple digits.
Jim Cramer explains why investors shouldn't let caution trick you into missing straightforward moves.
Shell CEO Ben van Beurden says $80 a barrel supports investment in oil and gas infrastructure and ultimately helps to keep supply and demand balanced.
Voters in Colorado will decide whether to institute larger setbacks for oil and gas operations, which would make most of the state off limits to drilling, according to US News & World Report.
Brent crude breaches $81 a barrel on the back of a tightening oil market and OPEC leaders signaling they won't be immediately boosting output.
Oil market attention was focused on an OPEC meeting in Algeria this weekend, but it was Saturday's terrorist attack in an oil-rich part of Iran that "could have serious security implications."
Saudi Arabia remains committed to listing shares of state-owned oil giant Aramco on the stock market, but CEO Amin Nasser says he can no longer offer a timeline for the initial public offering.
Trump has criticized producer cartel OPEC several times on Twitter over what he claims is the deliberate inflation of oil prices.
Saudi Arabia's oil minister rebuffed President Donald Trump's recent accusations that OPEC is pushing crude prices higher, insisting that supply is robust and OPEC will work to offset geopolitical challenges to the market.
The president's comments come just a day after WTI crude oil, the U.S. benchmark, climbed back above $70 a barrel. OPEC is set to meet this weekend.
Exxon Mobil, Chevron and Occidental Petroleum will join the 10-member Oil and Gas Climate Initiative, becoming the first U.S.-headquartered companies to join the group.
Morgan Stanley is forecasting a bigger jump in spending on new oil and gas development than most of Wall Street expects, teeing up a windfall for oilfield services firms.