Oil prices extended gains for a second session running on Friday – fuelled by optimism that non-OPEC producers will agree to reduce output following a cartel agreement to limit…
OPEC gets its act together in first co-ordinated action in ages and agrees production cut, but analysts say no oil price shock is on the cards.
Oil prices rose to three-week highs on Monday amid expectations that OPEC is moving close to a deal to cut output when it meets next week.
There is renewed optimism that the producer group OPEC might agree to limit the amount it pumps, thereby addressing a supply glut and low prices.
BP's latest quarterly earnings were almost halved while Shell announced its highest profit in five quarters thanks to the purchase of rival BG Group.
Saudi Aramco's head Amin Nasser says low prices mean cash-strapped energy companies are not investing risking shortages of oil and gas in the future.
Russia's President Putin says it is ready to join a proposed freeze of oil output by OPEC members but did not say at what level it would cap output.
Oil producers in the OPEC cartel have agreed they need to cut production to address a supply glut and lift prices - but the devil is in the details.
OPEC has agreed to cut its oil output for the first time since 2008.
Saudia Arabia has softened its stance on Iran pumping more oil, but an OPEC deal to freeze output remains elusive.
In this edition of Business Line we look at the chances of OPEC and non-member producers, including Russia, reaching an agreement on limiting oil production.
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Saudi Arabia and Russia have agreed to cooperate over oil, with a task force to recommend measures and actions, but no immediate action by the world's two top producers.
A freeze of oil output by major producers is looking more likely as Saudi Arabia signals a change in approach ahead of an OPEC meeting in Algeria later this month.
The sliding price of crude has again hit the profits of Sinopec - the state-controlled China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation.
The biggest Norwegian offshore oil project in decades is going to be cheaper and more productive according to energy firm Statoil.
Oil prices have slipped amid fading hopes of an agreement to limit production even with the market being hugely oversupplied.
Crude oil prices have slipped back after hitting an eight-week high following their longest run of gains in four years in the belief that a limit on output will not be agreed by producers.
As many as 120,000 workers will have lost their jobs in Britain's oil and gas sector by the end of the year, according to the industry's lobby group.
Oil prices have hit their highest in 10 months due to a fall in stockpiles in the United States and supply disruptions in Canada, Nigeria, Venezuela and Libya.