Oil

  • News
    Tacoma Agrees to Oil Over Power Settlement

    Tacoma Agrees to Oil Over Power Settlement

    The town of Tacoma can pay U.S. Oil and Refining Co. $2 million to settle all damages induced throughout an influence outage that shut down the corporate operations in 2016. The lawsuit, which was filed by U.S. Oil in Pierce County Superior Court in 2018, claimed the misplaced corporate hundreds of thousands on account of a technician error and was…

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  • Power And Energy
    Mexico's Budget Assumes Oil Production Rise Not Seen in 1982

    Mexico’s Budget Assumes Oil Production Rise Not Seen in 1982

    Mexico’s balanced budget for next year depends partially on its oil firm boosting production by around 17%, something that the country hasn’t achieved in nearly four decades. Pemex, as the Mexican national oil generator is known, is predicted to increase its production to 1.951 MMbpd on average in 2020, according to the next year’s budget plan that Mexican President Andres…

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  • Crude Oil
    Iran’s Step Back & Return To Negotiations

    Iran’s Step Back & Return To Negotiations

    Oil extended losses below $60/bbl on the prospect of easing tensions between the U.S. and OPEC member Iran, and because the Gulf of Mexico, producers began resuming operations after a storm. Futures fell as much as 3.2% in New York on Tuesday, after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stated Iran, which has been hit by American sanctions over its weapons…

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  • Crude Oil
    Stop The Production Of GOM Oil By Storm Barry

    Stop The Production Of GOM Oil By Storm Barry

    Oil traded near $60/bbl after a storm shut almost three-quarters of U.S. Gulf of Mexico crude production, at the same time as lingering demand considerations proceed to mark the outlook. Aftertimes raised 0.2% in New York. About 73% of crude production in the Gulf of Mexico was halted as of Sunday, but some producers are preparing to return employees to…

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  • Crude Oil
    Oil Prices Slid As China’s GDP Goes Down

    Oil Prices Slid As China’s GDP Goes Down

    Oil prices slid on Monday after China posted its slowest quarterly economic growth in at least 27 years, reinforcing considerations about the requirement in the world’s largest crude oil importer. Brent crude futures for September fell 21 cents to $ 66.51 a barrel by 0222 GMT whereas U.S. crude for August was down 28 cents at $ 59.93 a barrel.…

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  • News
    New Oil Surplus Strategy Of OPEC

    New Oil Surplus Strategy Of OPEC

    A week after OPEC agreed to maintain oil production restrained till early next year, the group’s first forecasts for 2020 revealed it faces an even longer and tougher challenge. The OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries), which pumps 40% of the world’s oil, estimated that it’s producing about 560,000 bpd more than will likely be wanted subsequent year as the…

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  • Crude Oil
    Tropical Storm In Louisiana, Curbing Oil Production

    Tropical Storm In Louisiana, Curbing Oil Production

    Tropical Storm Barry is barreling moving Louisiana and will hit the coastline as a hurricane by Saturday, causing near $1 billion in damage and worsening flooding in New Orleans. The system, which was about 90 mi (145 km) south of the Mississippi River’s mouth as of 5 p.m. New York time, has already curbed about half the energy output in…

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  • Crude Oil
    Kuwait, Saudi Arabia Make Breakthrough in Impartial Zone Oil Discussion

    Kuwait, Saudi Arabia Make Breakthrough in Impartial Zone Oil Discussion

    Kuwait and Saudi Arabia are the closest in years to restoring oil output from the neutral zone shared by the nearby nations after making a breakthrough in recent consultations, in accordance with people acquainted with the matter. Whereas Kuwait and Riyadh haven’t yet reached a final settlement, in the latest gathering the Middle East nations made significant headway in resolving…

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  • Crude Oil
    British Petroleum Says Its Oil Won’t See Sunlight

    British Petroleum Says Its Oil Won’t See Sunlight

    Oil corporations are under mounting pressure to bring gasoline to market faster and cheaper, major BP to end a few of its resources “won’t see the sunshine of day,” in response to its head of strategy. Some of the “more difficult to extract” resources in the British oil main’s portfolio could need to be sold or remain in the ground,…

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  • Crude Oil
    Oil Prices Drop Before the G-20 Summit, OPEC to Hold a Meet

    Oil Prices Drop Before the G-20 Summit, OPEC to Hold a Meet

    Oil prices eased this Friday as traders awaited an update on the Sino-U.S. trade war from a scheduled weekend assembly of the two countries’ presidents on the G20, and eyed next week’s OPEC gathering. Brent crude futures were down by 35 cents, or 0.5%, at $66.20 per barrel by 0644 GMT. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were down by 30 cents,…

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