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Why Norway Won’t Give Up On Oil & Gas

Norway doesn’t have any second thoughts about oil exploration and investment in light of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) report suggesting that no new fossil fuel exploration would be needed for a net-zero world.

by Tsvetana Paraskova

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From Shell to Unilever, plastics polluters back recycling-tech flops

Some of the world’s biggest multinationals are hailing so-called advanced recycling as the solution to a waste crisis that has lawmakers looking to crack down on plastics use.

by Reuters

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China crackdown could knock crude oil import growth to 20-year low

Beijing's crackdown on the misuse of import quotas combined with the impact of high crude prices could see China's growth in oil imports sink to the lowest in two decades in 2021, despite an expected rise in refining rates in the second half.

by Reuters

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Oil prices anticipate increase in production: Kemp

Oil prices are sending mixed signals about the production-consumption balance in the second half of 2021 and early 2022, implying the market is currently tight but likely to see significantly more output in the near future.

by Reuters

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U.S. petroleum inventories are becoming tight

U.S. petroleum inventories have fallen below the pre-pandemic five-year average with consumption accelerating but crude producers slow to respond to rising prices, signalling more supply is needed.

by John Kemp

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Could Guyana Replace Venezuela As A Regional Oil Giant?

Guyana is continuing to build its reputation as the new oil hub of the Americas, with more oil firms seeking a stake in the country’s oil fields where it seems new discoveries are being made almost every month as exploration activities continue.

By Felicity Bradstock

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The Oil Collapse, 15 Months Later

  • So far, oil prices are remaining above the $70/barrel limit in previous forecasts, and we expect that strength to continue.

  • Inflationary fears can help support prices in the short term while market fundamentals help support them in the long run.

  • We expect companies to begin to redirect their focus on shareholder returns as prices remain strong.

by The Value Portfolio

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Lumber And Oil: This Inflation Is Not Transitory

Fed chairman points to lumber price fall as evidence inflation is "transitory." Lumber prices are likely to stay elevated vs. historic levels. Similar dynamic for oil. Does this sound like "transitory"?

by Josh Young

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$100 Crude Oil is Coming!

The author suggests that curde oil will soon reach $100, as they don't think crude oil supply will meet crude oil demand over the short term.

by Romil Patel

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Russia's energy ministry proposes export ban on some petrol types - Ifax

Russia's energy ministry has proposed banning exports of the 92-octane and 95-octane types of petrol for three months, the Interfax news agency cited unnamed sources as saying on Monday.

by Reuters

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EU extends tariffs on U.S. biodiesel for five years

The European Union will retain its tariffs on U.S. biodiesel for a further five years after concluding that removing them would likely lead to a surge of imports at artificially low prices.

by Reuters

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Oil prices hit by concern over Chinese economy and higher supply

Oil prices fell on Monday as worries over China's economy resurfaced after a survey showing growth in factory activity slipped sharply in the world's second-largest oil consumer, with concerns compounded by higher crude output from OPEC producers.

by Reuters

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Big Oil back to boom after pandemic bust, aiding climate push

Europe's top energy companies signalled confidence in a lasting recovery from the pandemic impact by drawing on higher oil prices to boost shareholder returns and reassure investors as they roll out risky climate strategies.

by Reuters

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Oil Prices Boosted By Falling Crude Inventories

Crude oil prices rose today after the Energy Information Administration reported an inventory draw of 4.1 million barrels for the week to July 23.

by Irina Slav

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Iraq Wants Other U.S. Oil Company To Replace Exxon

Iraq wants another U.S. company to replace Exxon as a shareholder in the West Qurna 1 field, one of the country's largest after the supermajor leaves the country.

by Irina Slav

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Big Oil Companies Push Hydrogen as Green Alternative, but Obstacles Remain

BP PLC, Royal Dutch Shell PLC and TotalEnergies SE are all pursuing multimillion-dollar hydrogen projects, often with government support, as they seek to redefine their future role in a world less reliant on fossil fuels. Hydrogen made using renewable energy can be produced and used without emitting carbon dioxide.

by The Wallstreet Journal

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Oil falls as coronavirus, slower China imports hit demand

Oil prices fell on Monday due to concerns over fuel demand caused by the spread of COVID-19 variants and as changes to import rules in China offset expectations of tight supplies through the rest of the year.

by Noah Browning

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U.S. mulls crackdown on Chinese imports of Iranian oil

The United States is considering cracking down on Iranian oil sales to China as it braces for the possibility that Tehran may not return to nuclear talks or may adopt a harder line whenever it does, a U.S. official said.

by Reuters

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Oil prices rise on signs of tightening supplies

Oil prices rose on Thursday, extending strong gains made in previous sessions on expectations of tighter supplies until the end of the year as economies recover from the coronavirus crisis.

by Reuters

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Exclusive-China's CCPC takes centre stage in Iran, Venezuela oil trade-sources

A Chinese logistics firm has emerged as a central player in the supply of sanctioned oil from Iran and Venezuela, even after it was blacklisted by Washington two years ago for handling Iranian crude, seven sources with knowledge of the deals told Reuters.

by Reuters

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Oil climbs 4% despite rise in U.S. inventories

Oil prices rose more than 4% Wednesday, extending gains from the previous session as improved risk appetite provided support despite data showing an unexpected rise in U.S. oil inventories.

by Stephanie Kelly

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BHP said to mull oil exit in retreat from fossil fuels

BHP Group is considering getting out of oil and gas in a multibillion-dollar exit that would accelerate its retreat from fossil fuels, according to people familiar with the matter.

by Mining.com

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Oil falls $2 after OPEC+ producers agree to raise output

Oil prices fell sharply on Monday after OPEC+ overcame internal divisions and agreed to boost output, sparking concerns about a crude surplus as COVID-19 infections rise in many countries.

by Reuters

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Russian vessel moves into German waters for Nord Stream 2 pipe-laying

Russian pipe-laying vessel Akademik Cherskiy will move to German waters to build a 2.6 km (1.6 miles) stretch of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, the pipeline operator said on Monday.

by Reuters

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