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(Bloomberg) --Oil extended gains from the highest settlement in almost 10 months after broader markets rallied and American crude stockpiles declined more than expected
CALGARY (Bloomberg) --After years in the shadow of the U.S. shale boom, the Canadian oil sands are emerging from 2020’s historic market crash with a slew of upbeat outlooks from Wall Street equity analysts
(Bloomberg) --North Sea oil prices are finally strengthening, catching up with other markets that already rallied on the back of rising buying interest from Asia, where demand in many places has already
(Bloomberg) --Oil erased earlier losses with OPEC+ seeking more time to reach a deal on production policy after a meeting broke down without an agreement.
(Bloomberg) --BP said it will invest more money in Middle Eastern oil and natural-gas fields even as it transitions to renewable energy and tries to lower emissions
(Bloomberg) --OPEC and its allies will likely delay a supply increase planned for January by three months, according to a survey of oil analysts, traders and refiners
(Bloomberg) --With OPEC+ just days from meeting, those countries who favor ratcheting up oil production may be finding some support for their arguments from surging prices
(Bloomberg) --Oil touched its strongest level since early September as signs that Covid-19 vaccinations in the U.S. could be underway within three weeks improved the demand outlook
WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Energy Information Administration reported that a record 12.9 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil was produced in the United States in November 2019 and was at 12.7 million
(Bloomberg) --Oil markets may be cheering the prospects of a coronavirus vaccine, but OPEC+ can’t celebrate. Crude prices have rallied to a 10-week high on hopes that Pfizer Inc.