Oil Traders Consider Nigerian Proposal to Prolong Fuels Swap
Oil Traders Suffering Dismal Year as Easy Money Deals Vanish
Shadow Chancellor Joins Protesters in London's Financial Center
Growing Glut of High-Quality Crude Signals Danger for Oil Market
S&P Global Platts, the company that sets Brent crude prices, is mulling to include US oil imports in its formula.
OPEC meet: Members pledge a “nominal” supply increase of 1 million barrels a day, Saudi to act ‘decisively’.
OPEC inches closer to an agreement that would allow an oil-supply increase.
Brent crude last month surged to a more than three-year high above $80 a barrel.
Iran Urges Oil Producers to Stay the Course on Cuts: OPEC Update
Exxon Is Said to Take Baby Steps to Expand Oil Trading Unit
Venezuela Is Said to Urge OPEC to Unite Against Sanctions
Goldman Says U.S. Oil Request Won't Stop Stockpiles Dwindling
North Sea Brent Crude Terminal Sullom Voe Is Said to Shut
Trump's Claim of `Oil All Over the Place' Isn't True Anymore
Trump's Approval Rating Climbs to 40%, Highest Level This Year
Saudi Arabia unexpectedly raised the price of its key Arab Light crude in Asia.
There Are 316 Men Leading Top Commodity Houses and Only 14 Women
Libya Crude Output Is Said to Be Stable Despite Key Field's Halt
For all the talk of aging oil fields and shrinking production, the U.K. is about to achieve a surprising feat.
Venezuela Plight Has U.S. Refiners Rushing for Heavy U.K. Crude
Shell and BP Are Said to Agree 2018 Deals to Buy Libyan Oil