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The oil market will be under pressure from this issue going into the winter months, says trader Anthony Grisanti.
BP beat analyst expectations Tuesday, highlighting the improving fortunes of an industry that's withstood one of the deepest downturns in a generation.
The importance of change is recognized but growth needs to pick up to keep a young region in work, Jihad Azour told CNBC.
U.S. crude oil exporters are moving more cargoes toward high-growth Asia as they capitalize on favorable price differentials and OPEC curbs.
As Iraq moves to reconcile its recent military victories and civil strife, some market investors are constructive on the country's outlook.
VW said in a statement it believed its management fulfilled its obligations under German disclosure rules.
BP CEO Bob Dudley refused to rule out the possibility that the oil major could be set to help develop oilfields in disputed areas of Iraq on Friday.
Major oil CEOs called on OPEC to extend output cuts beyond March next year on Friday.
Chevron reported its profits and revenue rose in the third quarter from a year ago, but its combined U.S. oil and gas output fell.
Exxon Mobil reported it earned 93 cents per share on $66.2 billion in revenue, beating estimates on both the top and bottom line.
French oil and gas major Total said its net adjusted profit rose 29 percent in the third quarter, in line with expectations, thanks to increased output and high refining margins, while cost reductions exceeded its target for the year.
American oil and gas players struck more deals but targeted more modest acquisitions in the third quarter, PwC reports.
Norwegian oil firm Statoil reported lower-than-expected earnings due to impairment charges.
Kurdish authorities said the Iraqi army is shelling positions held by peshmerga fighters, Reuters reported on Thursday.
Aramco says it's on track for an 2018 IPO. Here's why "the timing is all wrong," says trader Anthony Grisanti.
In the Middle East, Iran’s influence and frustration over U.S. engagement is growing. And the oil-rich Gulf state is changing, Financial Times reports.
The plan is to price oil in yuan using a gold-backed futures contract in Shanghai, but the road will be long and arduous.
Jim Cramer drilled into Schlumberger’s stock and what the company’s latest commentary means for the industry as a whole.
A portion of Saudi Aramco may not go public until late next year. But when it does, it could stunt crude oil prices, Dennis Gartman says.
Macri's stronger position in Congress dimmed prospects for a political comeback by his predecessor Cristina Fernandez.
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