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An oil-rich, Kurdish province in Iraq plans a referendum on independence this month, prompting fears of another Middle East conflict.
A regional military conflict could jeopardize as much as a third of global crude oil supplies shipped by sea, according to analysts at Wood MacKenzie.
Recent U.S. sanctions against Venezuela's PDVSA have started to ensnare its U.S. unit, Citgo Petroleum.
Saudi Aramco's planned initial public offering remains on track, the company said on Thursday.
European markets finished trade relatively mixed on Thursday as investors assessed the Bank of England's latest policy decision and individual stock news.
Investors are taking for granted accounting methods that mask problems with the business model in the U.S. shale patch, Jim Chanos warned.
Global oil demand is set to accelerate faster than anticipated this year, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), which has revised up its 2017 growth estimates.
China plans nationwide use of ethanol in the nation's gasoline fuel by 2020, state media reported on Wednesday.
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Jim Cramer takes to the charts to discover that major oil refiners Andeavor, Valero and HollyFrontier could benefit from refinery shutdowns.
OPEC's oil output fell in August as several key exporters in the group throttled back production.
Norway's Conservative Prime Minister Erna Solberg declared victory after a parliamentary election, defeating a Labour-led opposition.
After jumping 15 percent in just over two weeks, gasoline prices at the pump appear to be peaking and could soon start to drop.
The average price of gasoline jumped in the past two weeks after Hurricane Harvey prompted the closure of refineries.
Oil producers are investing heavily in LNG projects to compete with wind and solar. But is too much capacity being added? Financial Times reports.
The pain at the pump is beginning to spread as Hurricane Irma is set to lash Florida this weekend.
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