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Oil to hit $56 next year amid growing demand: World Bank

Oil prices are forecast to rise to $56 a barrel in 2018 from $53 this year as a result of steadily growing demand, agreed production cuts among oil exporters and stabilizing US shale oil production, while the surge in metals prices is expected t

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Don’t underrate impact of Harvey on oil: Barclays

Hurricane Harvey, the first major storm to target the US Gulf Coast since 2012, could make it more destructive to US crude and product supplies as well as port facilities than the market is currently assuming, said Barclays in a new report.

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Opec faces three choices: stay, cut or hike output

The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) faces three distinct choices: stay, cut, or hike output at the highly anticipated meeting in Vienna on May 25, said Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) in a new report. F

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Global oil discoveries fell to historic lows in 2016

Global oil discoveries fell to a record low in 2016 as companies continued to cut spending and conventional oil projects sanctioned were at the lowest level in more than 70 years, according to the International Energy Agency, which warned that b

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Global oil discoveries fell to historic lows in 2016

Global oil discoveries fell to a record low in 2016 as companies continued to cut spending and conventional oil projects sanctioned were at the lowest level in more than 70 years, according to the International Energy Agency, which warned that b

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Global oil supply likely to lag demand after 2020: IEA

Global oil supply could struggle to keep pace with demand after 2020, risking a sharp increase in prices, unless new projects are approved soon, according to the latest five-year oil market forecast from the International Energy Agency.

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Oil falls on glut concerns despite shale cuts

Oil prices eased in early Asian trade on Tuesday as concerns over a crude and fuel oil glut outweighed an expected cut in US shale production and a likely further draw in US crude stocks. Crude prices fell more than 1 per cent in

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Oil falls further under $50 on Asia demand concern

Oil fell on Monday over signs that US shale drillers have adapted to lower prices and on renewed indications of economic weakness in Asia where refiners are already trimming crude runs.   Brent crude was trading

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Rising oil prices throw lifeline to shale producers

Brent prices for 2017 ended trading above $50 per barrel on Wednesday for the first time since mid-December following the largest and most sustained rally in prices since the oil slump started. The average for the 12 futures contr

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US shale's message for Opec: above $40, we are coming back

For leading US shale oil producers, $40 is the new $70.   Less than a year ago major shale firms were saying they needed oil above $60 a barrel to produce more; now some say they will settle for far less in decid

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