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NEW YORK (Bloomberg) -- Crude hovered near $45/bbl following a U.S. government report showing a fourth straight decline in oil stockpiles.Futures in New York edged up after the Energy Information Administration
NEW YORK (Bloomberg) -- Crude gained as U.S. equities rebounded and Russia signaled that OPEC and its partners would be willing to meet as needed to help manage the oil
MOSCOW (Bloomberg) -- Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak plans to meet with executives from oil companies on Wednesday to discuss the OPEC+ deal and targets for next year
WASHINGTON (Bloomberg) -- Occidental Petroleum Corp. will look for ways to cut costs other than dropping rigs, in response to the recent slump in oil prices, according to CEO Vicki Hollub.
NEW YORK (Bloomberg) -- Oil gave up all of its gains in the last half hour of trading and skidded to a loss as a smaller-than-expected decline in U.S. crude stockpiles revived fears of a
HOUSTON (Bloomberg) -- While oil prices remain stubbornly low despite a pledge by OPEC to curb global output, the head of one U.S. conglomerate is eyeing a rebound that’ll bring
NEW WORK (Bloomberg) -- Hedge funds haven’t been this pessimistic about global oil prices since Brent crude was spiraling into its worst rout in a generation almost three years ago.
NEW YORK CITY (Bloomberg) -- Oil prices regained ground after an earlier slide, as traders weighed countervailing signals about how much OPEC and its allies can afford to trim production.
Gazprom, Russia-based natural gas company, and China Petrochemical Corp (Sinopec) will be the top spenders among global oil and gas companies, according to leading data and analytics company GlobalData