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UAE move on oil supply a model, says minister

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company's (Adnoc) decision to cut crude allocations by 10 per cent for September can become a model for other national oil companies inside and outside Opec to achieve market stability, said Suhail bin Mohammed Faraj F

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Oil to stay between $50-55 in H2, 2018: Barclays

Brent prices are likely to stay in the $50-55 range in the second half of 2017 and to average in the same range in 2018, said Barclays in its latest Oil Instant Insight. Despite the statements in the communiqué of

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Market re-balancing at faster rate in H2: Opec

The oil market will need more crude from Libya and Nigeria as it re-balances at a faster rate in the second half of the year after a slow start, Opec secretary-general Mohammad Barkindo said Sunday. Compliance with production cuts

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Opec oil ministers set for crucial Russia meeting

Oil ministers of Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) will be meeting their counterparts from the non-Opec countries in Saint Petersburg in Russia on tomorrow to assess conformity with a recent output cut resolution, said the

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Saudi official named Opec's research head

The Opec Board of Governors has confirmed the appointment of Saudi Arabia's Dr Ayed S Al-Qahtani as the new director of Research Division. The board also appointed new heads for the Energy Studies and Petroleum Studies departm

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Crude spreads tightened over Opec deal

The Opec/non-Opec deal has had a meaningful impact on crude grade differentials across the world, a report said, highlighting that light versus medium or heavy grades have continued to tighten substantially in the past six months.

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Demand for Opec oil to fall next year

Opec has forecast that world demand for its crude will decline next year as rivals pump more, pointing to a market surplus in 2018 despite an Opec-led output cut, a

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Opec approves $320m development funds

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) has approved new funds worth more than $320 million for setting up key projects in developing countries across the world, said a report. The loans underline the internat

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Brent likely to average $50 this year: report

A Bank of America (BofA) Merrill Lynch research study has cut the average Brent forecasts to $50 this year and $52 per barrel (/bbl) next year, from $54 and $56/bbl before. By increasing output in 4Q16 ahead of the cuts in 2017, O

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Brent likely to average $50 this year: report

A Bank of America (BofA) Merrill Lynch research study has cut the average Brent forecasts to $50 this year and $52 per barrel (/bbl) next year, from $54 and $56/bbl before. By increasing output in 4Q16 ahead of the cuts in 2017, O

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