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Saudi voluntary oil cut to help with low demand in first quarter, OPEC chief says

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LONDON – Saudi Arabia’s voluntary oil production cut is set to help the oil market navigate through seasonally low oil demand during the first quarter, OPEC’s secretary general told an industry event on Wednesday.

Saudi Arabia, the defacto leader …

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Vaccine impact on moribund oil demand is several months away – IEA

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LONDON – The roll-out of vaccines this month to combat the coronavirus pandemic will not quickly reverse the destruction wrought on global oil demand, International Energy Agency (IEA) warned on Tuesday.

“The understandable euphoria around the start of vaccination …

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Oil prices pull back as surge in virus cases raises concerns about demand

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NEW YORK – Oil prices slipped on Thursday as hopes for a vaccine were overshadowed by a surge in new cases of the coronavirus around the world, which raised concerns about the outlook for crude demand.

Brent crude was …

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Exclusive: OPEC+ sees oil cut extension curbing 2021 rise in oil stocks, document shows

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DUBAI/LONDON/MOSCOW – OPEC and its allies see oil inventories declining further in 2021 should producers extend supply curbs for three months or more, a confidential document seen by Reuters shows, supporting the case for a tighter policy on crude …

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Column: U.S. oil inventories offer hope, and a warning, to OPEC+ – Kemp

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LONDON – U.S. petroleum inventories are gradually normalising as output curbs by OPEC+ and processing restraint by refiners push the oil market back towards balance.

But with stocks of crude and distillates still well above the five-year average, OPEC+ …

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OPEC expects coronavirus to curb oil demand recovery into 2021

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LONDON – Global oil demand will rebound more slowly in 2021 than previously thought because of rising coronavirus cases, OPEC said on Wednesday, hampering efforts by the group and its allies to support the market.

Demand will rise by

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Oil price path depends on coronavirus control: Kemp

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LONDON- Global jet fuel consumption remains severely affected by the uneven recovery in aviation; cargo volumes have rebounded but cross-border passenger flying remains blocked by quarantine restrictions in many countries.

In the United States, commercial jet fuel production over …

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Oil extends losses with 4% slump on renewed lockdowns

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NEW YORK – Oil prices tumbled by more than 4% on Thursday, dropping to a five-month low and extending the previous day’s sharp decline on the impact renewed coronavirus lockdowns could have on oil demand.

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Oil slides over 2% as new lockdowns threaten demand recovery

Oil slides over 2% as new lockdowns threaten demand recovery

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NEW YORK – Oil prices slipped over 2% on Thursday as new restrictions to stem a surge in COVID-19 infections increased uncertainty over the outlook for economic growth and a recovery in fuel demand.

Brent futures LCOc1 fell $1.00, …

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OPEC, in major shift, says oil demand to plateau in late 2030s

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LONDON – World oil demand will plateau in the late 2030s and could by then have begun to decline, OPEC said on Thursday, in a major shift for the producer group that reflects the lasting impact of the coronavirus …

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Oil falls as crews return to U.S. Gulf rigs, economic recovery stalls

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LONDON – Oil prices fell on Thursday as U.S. producers in the Gulf of Mexico prepared to resume output following Hurricane Sally, and amid concerns about the slow economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic as U.S. jobless claims remained …

September 17, 2020 - 9:30 am Closing Bell Story‎, Crude Oil News, Energy News
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Oil prices at one-month low on demand worries

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LONDON – Oil prices extended losses on Thursday, falling to their lowest point since early August, as worries about weaker U.S. gasoline demand and a sluggish economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic dented sentiment.

Brent crude LCOc1 fell 55 …

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Where the U.S. oil industry stands

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The global Covid-19 pandemic led to an abysmal second quarter for the earnings of U.S. oil companies, but oil prices themselves staged a recovery during the quarter.

The second quarter began with oil prices having fallen into the teens, …

August 24, 2020 - 1:00 pm Closing Bell Story‎, Crude Oil News, Energy News
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Coronavirus surge, renewed lockdowns fan fresh worries about global fuel demand

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LONDON/NEW YORK – Surges in coronavirus infections are slowing a recovery in fuel use from the doldrums of lockdowns in the United States and other countries, raising concern it could be years before consumption rebounds from the impact of …

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OPEC sees gradual oil demand recovery, makes 84% of cuts in May

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LONDON – OPEC forecast on Wednesday a gradual recovery in global demand for oil, which has been hammered by the coronavirus crisis, and said record supply cuts by producers were already helping to rebalance the market.

In a monthly …

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Morgan Stanley flags risk oil price rally will lead to a fall

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Oil prices have quickly climbed to levels that raise the risk of price falls as demand is fragile, Morgan Stanley said on Monday, as benchmark crude hit its highest in three months.

Oil climbed on Monday after major producers …

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Rise of remote working is ‘biggest threat to oil demand,’ says analyst

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Working from home has become the norm, and if the trend continues even after the pandemic abates, it could pose a big risk for oil, analysts are warning.

“The biggest threat to oil demand is the rise of remote …

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Demand rise, output cuts could mean oil market balance in June

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LONDON  – Recovering demand as coronavirus lockdowns ease combined with output cuts by top producers could balance global oil markets as soon as June, some analysts and banks predict.

“Bullish sentiment continues to gather momentum as we move closer …

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Oil prices climb as faith in supply cuts grows

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LONDON – Oil prices rose on Tuesday, supported by growing confidence that producers are following through on commitments to cut supplies and as fuel demand picks up as coronavirus lockdowns ease.

Brent crude LCOc1 futures were up 0.8%, or …

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Column: Recovering oil demand could drive market into deficit by July – Kemp

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LONDON  – U.S. petroleum consumption has started to rise as the economy emerges from lockdowns imposed to control the spread of the new coronavirus, giving the oil industry hope it has come through the lowest point in the cycle.…

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Oklahoma oil regulators hear arguments on output cuts

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Oklahoma’s energy regulators on Monday began hearing arguments from producers seeking to win state-support for setting limits on oil production to help stabilize prices.

U.S. oil futures CLc1 this year have fallen about 60% to under $25 a barrel …

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Goldman Sachs warns jet fuel demand may never fully recover from the crisis

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The coronavirus outbreak will have a lasting impact on the behavior of businesses across the globe, with jet fuel demand unlikely to ever fully recover, according to the head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs.

The Covid-19 pandemic …

May 11, 2020 - 1:00 pm Commodity Pricing, Crude Oil News, Energy News
Northern Oil and Gas, Inc. Announces First Quarter 2020 Results

Northern Oil and Gas, Inc. Announces First Quarter 2020 Results

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • First quarter production increased 28% over the prior year, averaging 43,735 barrels of oil equivalent (“Boe”) per day
  • Cash flow from operations, excluding $7.1 million from changes in working capital, totaled $93.6 million, which
Shale pioneer Chesapeake considers bankruptcy filing after oil rout

Shale pioneer Chesapeake considers bankruptcy filing after oil rout

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Debt-stricken Chesapeake Energy Corp said on Monday it was considering a bankruptcy filing, among other alternatives, as the shale driller struggled with an unprecedented rout in oil and gas prices caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Oil prices rise on Saudi voluntary cuts

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LONDON – Oil prices rose on Monday after leading exporter Saudi Arabia said it will reduce output by 1 million barrels per day (bpd) on top of reductions agreed under an OPEC+ pact, though gains were capped by fears …

Marathon Petroleum cuts spending by $1.4 billion as virus saps fuel demand

Marathon Petroleum cuts spending by $1.4 billion as virus saps fuel demand

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U.S. oil refiner Marathon Petroleum Corp (MPC.N) on Tuesday cut spending by 30% and detailed other measures to reduce costs, as widespread lockdowns to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic pummel demand for oil and gas.…

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Oil and gas companies set to lose $1 trillion in revenues this year

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Oil and gas exploration and production companies, or E&Ps, are slated to lose a staggering $1 trillion in revenues in 2020, according to analysis by research firm Rystad Energy.

The E&P industry, which includes oil majors, made $2.47 …

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Energy demand, hit by coronavirus crisis, is set to see record drop this year, IEA says

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The International Energy Agency said Thursday it expects global energy demand to plunge this year in what the Paris-based agency called the biggest drop since World War II.

With roughly 4.2 billion people around the world subject to some …

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Oil traders have never seen an ‘insane’ market like this, fear more declines to negative prices

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The oil market is facing uncharted territory as the drop-off in demand, caused by the coronavirus pandemic, combined with rapidly filling storage, sent prices plunging into negative territory for the first time in history.

And with only guesswork as

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Trump tells CNBC he spoke to Putin, MBS and expects Saudis, Russia to announce 10 million barrel cut

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President Donald Trump expects Russian President Vladimir Putin and Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed Bin Salman to announce a deal on a production cut, the president said to CNBC.

The president is expecting a cut of 10 million …