Iran’s exports of oil to China and EU will decline if the US enforced Trump’s sanctions.
The current global energy landscape differs greatly from what it looked like a decade ago.
Five people burn to death in their SUV (Lexus 470) after a collision with a PTT fuel truck. PTT is a Thai state-owned oil company.
A fire erupts at an illegal oil well in Indonesia killing least 18 people and injuring 41.
Officials gather on Thursday to discuss the much-awaited law on petroleum.
The UK’s top share index rose.
The Philippines is looking to seal a pact with China to explore for oil and gas.
Philippines and China to discuss the joint oil and gas exploration in the South China Sea.
A new exploration agreement in the Apsara oilfield is signed.
Projects expected to be approved before the end of the year, now equals $1.3 billion.
The oil industry needs to quickly step up investment to meet rising demand.
An EU decision to curb palm oil imports was the last thing Razak needed before election.
With years of austerity in their rear-view mirrors, the world’s biggest oil companies are locked in a beauty contest.
French giant Total saw its bottom line jump by more than a third, Shell’s net profit tripled.
Brent Crude fell 43 cents to $63.41 in London while in New York fellow benchmark West Texas Intermediate fell 30 cents to $57.81.
Erdogan says Iraqi Kurds will go hungry if his country halts the flow of trucks and oil.
Oil prices edge down in Asian trading, as traders weigh the effects of Irma and Harvey.
Oil prices edge up after the Saudi oil minister discussed possibly extending a pact to cut global oil supplies.
Hurricane Irma shuts down oil terminals across the northern Caribbean, worsening fuel supply in countries struggling since Harvey.
Some oil traders in Asia are looking to snap up crude cargoes from the United States after Hurricane Harvey closed US refineries.
Texas on Monday edges towards recovery from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.
Tropical Storm Harvey’s effect on the energy industry is spreading beyond flooded US refiners as fuel pipelines are also shut.
Oil prices inched up, supported by slow growth of rigs looking for crude in the US.
Oil prices edged up yesterday, lifted in part by a strong demand outlook for the coming weeks.