Oil From OPEC's Rivals May Cover New Demand to 2020, IEA Says
The oil supply glut is dissipating at a faster pace than previously anticipated, OPEC and Russia believe.
After a year of production cuts, OPEC is finally near their goal of shrinking the world’s swollen oil inventories.
Saudi Energy Minister said that oil producers should keep cutting costs, even if there is a small supply shortage.
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IEA Says OPEC Has Almost Cleared Oil Glut But Faces Shale Danger
OPEC, Russia Supply Steady as Saudi Masks Venezuelan Drop
Wall Street’s biggest banks have changed sides and are embracing a surge in oil prices.
Goldman Says Oil to Surpass $80 With Market Likely Balanced
Within Days, Saudis Wobble on Timing of Aramco IPO and OPEC Cuts
Saudi Oil Minister Says OPEC, Allies Should Cooperate Past 2018
OPEC-Russia Oil Deal Faces a New Danger: Too Much Winning
OPEC Early Exit Gains Popularity Among Banks as Oil Hits $70
Oil’s rise to $70 a barrel for the first time in 3 years had clear triggers as supplies tighten and demand climbs.
Iran Awaits Trump Verdict on Oil Sanctions Deal: What's at Stake
Production cuts by OPEC and rising demand whittled away a global surplus in oil.
OPEC Will Try to Talk Prices Down If Oil Tops $70, Goldman Says
As the unlikely bond between OPEC and Russia enters a second year, there are challenges ahead.
Oil prices could go either way this year, and these five individuals could play defining roles.
Oil’s revival from the biggest crash in a generation persisted.
The two most critical forecasts of global oil markets offer contrasting visions for 2018.