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Dallas Morning News
Oil hits 'sweet spot' at $50 a barrel for first time since Novemberlow in January that helped roil global financial markets and raise concern over
Oil hits 'sweet spot' at $50 a barrel for first time since November
Dallas Morning News / Posted 2 hours ago
low in January that helped roil global financial markets and raise concern over the strength of the world economy. Now, the International Energy Agency and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. say a glut is dissipating as low prices take their toll on supplies.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Stop Outsourcing of Refineries, Reps Tell NNPChave resolved OPEC's dilemma as Iran added extra oil without worsening the glob
Stop Outsourcing of Refineries, Reps Tell NNPC
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
have resolved OPEC's dilemma as Iran added extra oil without worsening the global glut in the oil market. According to International Energy Agency (IEA) figures, Iran's output has reached levels seen before the imposition of sanctions over its... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Continental Free-Trade Negotiations to Conclude By 2017energy needs increase The President said, meanwhile, that the continent's ener
Continental Free-Trade Negotiations to Conclude By 2017
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
energy needs increase The President said, meanwhile, that the continent's energy needs have increased. According to the International Energy Agency, sub-Sahara Africa witnessed a 45% rise in energy needs since the year 2000. "The... Read more
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Market Watch
Why oil jumping above $50 is actually disastrous for crudenot Dennis Gartman, publisher of The Gartman Letter, who famously said oil woul
Why oil jumping above $50 is actually disastrous for crude
Market Watch / Posted 4 hours ago
not Dennis Gartman, publisher of The Gartman Letter, who famously said oil wouldn’t even hit $44 in “my lifetime.” Nor the International Energy Agency, which warned at the start of the year the oil market “could drown in oversupply.” As blogger... Read more
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CNBC
Shale oil industry a 'Ponzi scheme' or can it boom again?available government data from February, 320,000 barrels less than the same mon
Shale oil industry a 'Ponzi scheme' or can it boom again?
CNBC / Posted 5 hours ago
available government data from February, 320,000 barrels less than the same month a year before. Remarking on the data, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said it was in "stark contrast to just one year earlier, when output was growing by 1.3... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Futures Levitation Continues As Brent Rises Above $50 For First Time Since Novemberbiggest three-day jump in more than a month. Brent is recovering after tumblin
Futures Levitation Continues As Brent Rises Above $50 For First Time Since November
Zero Hedge / Posted 5 hours ago
biggest three-day jump in more than a month. Brent is recovering after tumbling to a 12-year low in January. Now, the International Energy Agency and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. say a glut is dissipating as low prices take their toll on supplies.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
President Jacob Zuma - Africa Dayan end to hunger, disease and deprivation. Furthermore, our energy needs in th
President Jacob Zuma - Africa Day
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 hours ago
an end to hunger, disease and deprivation. Furthermore, our energy needs in the continent have increased. According to the International Energy Agency, sub-Sahara Africa witnessed a 45 percent rise in energy needs since the year 2000. The... Read more
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iol.co.za
Unite to boost Africa’s transport systemend to hunger, disease and deprivation. “Furthermore, our energy needs in the
Unite to boost Africa’s transport system
iol.co.za / Posted 7 hours ago
end to hunger, disease and deprivation. “Furthermore, our energy needs in the continent have increased. According to the International Energy Agency, sub-Sahara Africa witnessed a 45-percent rise in energy needs since the year 2000.” The... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
How Reducing Energy Improves Your Business' Bottom Lineperformance may be great for the bottom line, there’s another big reason energy
How Reducing Energy Improves Your Business' Bottom Line
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 13 hours ago
performance may be great for the bottom line, there’s another big reason energy use is so important. According to the International Energy Agency, energy-efficiency gains could achieve about 40% of the emissions reductions required by 2050 to... Read more
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Newsmax
Iran-Saudi Row Threatens Any OPEC Deal, Puts Role in QuestionOPEC has no supply limit, having at its last meeting in December scrapped its p
Iran-Saudi Row Threatens Any OPEC Deal, Puts Role in Question
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
OPEC has no supply limit, having at its last meeting in December scrapped its production target. According to International Energy Agency (IEA) figures, Iran's output has reached levels seen before the imposition of sanctions over its... Read more
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The Financial Express
Iran-Saudi row threatens any OPEC deal, puts role in questionOPEC has no supply limit, having at its last meeting in December scrapped its p
Iran-Saudi row threatens any OPEC deal, puts role in question
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
OPEC has no supply limit, having at its last meeting in December scrapped its production target. According to International Energy Agency (IEA) figures, Iran’s output has reached levels seen before the imposition of sanctions over its... Read more
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Reuters
Iran-Saudi row threatens any OPEC deal, puts role in questionOPEC has no supply limit, having at its last meeting in December scrapped its p
Iran-Saudi row threatens any OPEC deal, puts role in question
Reuters / Posted yesterday
OPEC has no supply limit, having at its last meeting in December scrapped its production target. According to International Energy Agency (IEA) figures, Iran's output has reached levels seen before the imposition of sanctions over its... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Iran-Saudi row threatens any OPEC deal, puts role in questionOPEC has no supply limit, having at its last meeting in December scrapped its p
Iran-Saudi row threatens any OPEC deal, puts role in question
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
OPEC has no supply limit, having at its last meeting in December scrapped its production target. According to International Energy Agency (IEA) figures, Iran's output has reached levels seen before the imposition of sanctions over its... Read more
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PhysOrg
NGOs slam Japan for investing abroad in carbon-polluting coalor gas. Some 40 percent of the world's electricity is powered by coal, roughly
NGOs slam Japan for investing abroad in carbon-polluting coal
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
or gas. Some 40 percent of the world's electricity is powered by coal, roughly the same as 40 years ago, according to the International Energy Agency. China fuelled three decades of double-digit growth mainly with coal, and today accounts for... Read more
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Japan Today
NGOs slam Japan for investing abroad in carbon-polluting coal ‹ Japan Todayoil or gas. Some 40% of the world’s electricity is powered by coal, roughly th
NGOs slam Japan for investing abroad in carbon-polluting coal ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted yesterday
oil or gas. Some 40% of the world’s electricity is powered by coal, roughly the same as 40 years ago, according to the International Energy Agency. China fuelled three decades of double-digit growth mainly with coal, and today accounts for... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
NGOs slam Japan for investing abroad in coalor gas. Some 40 percent of the world's electricity is powered by coal, roughly
NGOs slam Japan for investing abroad in coal
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted yesterday
or gas. Some 40 percent of the world's electricity is powered by coal, roughly the same as 40 years ago, according to the International Energy Agency. China fuelled three decades of double-digit growth mainly with coal, and today accounts for... Read more
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Mashable
Oil giants Exxon and Chevron face major climate change testsabove preindustrial temperatures by 2100. A similar resolution is pending befo
Oil giants Exxon and Chevron face major climate change tests
Mashable / Posted yesterday
above preindustrial temperatures by 2100. A similar resolution is pending before Chevron shareholders as well. The International Energy Agency has said this would require global greenhouse gas emissions to peak by the year 2020. However,... Read more
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FOX Business
2 Reasons Solar Stocks Are Smart Investmentsgeneration, and globally, it's still scratching the surface of its potential --
2 Reasons Solar Stocks Are Smart Investments
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
generation, and globally, it's still scratching the surface of its potential -- but that's changing. Led by solar, the International Energy Agency(IEA) predicts that renewable energy will account for two-thirds of the new electricity capacity... Read more
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FOX Business
2 Reasons Solar Stocks Are Smart Investmentsgeneration, and globally, it's still scratching the surface of its potential --
2 Reasons Solar Stocks Are Smart Investments
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
generation, and globally, it's still scratching the surface of its potential -- but that's changing. Led by solar, the International Energy Agency(IEA) predicts that renewable energy will account for two-thirds of the new electricity capacity... Read more
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PhysOrg
Shareholders vote climate test for ExxonMobil, Chevronmeans represents a 'business as usual' case and is generally consistent with ot
Shareholders vote climate test for ExxonMobil, Chevron
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
means represents a 'business as usual' case and is generally consistent with other forecasting organizations, such as the International Energy Agency." ExxonMobil has faced increased scrutiny over the last year following news investigations that... Read more
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Market Watch
Oil prices stay in the doldrums on supply growth concernsto 1.2 million barrels to 56.5 million barrels a day this year — lower than the
Oil prices stay in the doldrums on supply growth concerns
Market Watch / Posted 2 days ago
to 1.2 million barrels to 56.5 million barrels a day this year — lower than the 57 million barrels a day forecast by the International Energy Agency. “We expect oil markets to shift from oversupply to deficit by the third quarter of 2016 as... Read more
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The Financial Express
Amid big red flags, small green shoots point to uptick in economic growthvolumes have also been rising for a while now. In fact, India saw the largest v
Amid big red flags, small green shoots point to uptick in economic growth
The Financial Express / Posted 2 days ago
volumes have also been rising for a while now. In fact, India saw the largest volume growth globally according to the International Energy Agency, which in its latest monthly oil report released on May 12 said that with demand at 4.4 million... Read more
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Canberra Times
'It's the end of energy and transportation as we know it'as the switch from horse-drawn carriages to cars in the early 20th century. Ma
'It's the end of energy and transportation as we know it'
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
as the switch from horse-drawn carriages to cars in the early 20th century. Mainstream forecasting bodies such as the International Energy Agency have it all wrong and are greatly underestimating the growth of solar power, says Mr Seba, who... Read more
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WA Today
'It's the end of energy and transportation as we know it'as the switch from horse-drawn carriages to cars in the early 20th century. Ma
'It's the end of energy and transportation as we know it'
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
as the switch from horse-drawn carriages to cars in the early 20th century. Mainstream forecasting bodies such as the International Energy Agency have it all wrong and are greatly underestimating the growth of solar power, says Mr Seba, who... Read more
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The Age
'It's the end of energy and transportation as we know it'as the switch from horse-drawn carriages to cars in the early 20th century. Ma
'It's the end of energy and transportation as we know it'
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
as the switch from horse-drawn carriages to cars in the early 20th century. Mainstream forecasting bodies such as the International Energy Agency have it all wrong and are greatly underestimating the growth of solar power, says Mr Seba, who... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'It's the end of energy and transportation as we know it'as the switch from horse-drawn carriages to cars in the early 20th century. Ma
'It's the end of energy and transportation as we know it'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
as the switch from horse-drawn carriages to cars in the early 20th century. Mainstream forecasting bodies such as the International Energy Agency have it all wrong and are greatly underestimating the growth of solar power, says Mr Seba, who... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'It's the end of energy and transportation as we know it'as the switch from horse-drawn carriages to cars in the early 20th century. Ma
'It's the end of energy and transportation as we know it'
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
as the switch from horse-drawn carriages to cars in the early 20th century. Mainstream forecasting bodies such as the International Energy Agency have it all wrong and are greatly underestimating the growth of solar power, says Mr Seba, who... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Shareholders vote climate test for ExxonMobil, Chevronmeans represents a 'business as usual' case and is generally consistent with ot
Shareholders vote climate test for ExxonMobil, Chevron
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
means represents a 'business as usual' case and is generally consistent with other forecasting organizations, such as the International Energy Agency." ExxonMobil has faced increased scrutiny over the last year following news investigations that... Read more
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TheBull
Shareholders vote climate test for ExxonMobil, Chevronmeans represents a 'business as usual' case and is generally consistent with ot
Shareholders vote climate test for ExxonMobil, Chevron
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
means represents a 'business as usual' case and is generally consistent with other forecasting organizations, such as the International Energy Agency." ExxonMobil has faced increased scrutiny over the last year following news investigations that... Read more
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The Indian Express
Amid big red flags, small green shoots point to uptick in economic growthvolumes have also been rising for a while now. In fact, India saw the largest v
Amid big red flags, small green shoots point to uptick in economic growth
The Indian Express / Posted 2 days ago
volumes have also been rising for a while now. In fact, India saw the largest volume growth globally according to the International Energy Agency, which in its latest monthly oil report released on May 12 said that with demand at 4.4 million... Read more
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Zero Hedge
De-Petrodollar-ization Esclates - China Imports Record Amount Of Russian Oil In Aprillast month by 39 percent to 3.98 million tons. Imports from Iran in April fell
De-Petrodollar-ization Esclates - China Imports Record Amount Of Russian Oil In April
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
last month by 39 percent to 3.98 million tons. Imports from Iran in April fell by 5.1 percent yoy to 2.76 million tons. An International Energy Agency report showed that at the end of 2015 Russia overtook Saudi Arabia as the biggest crude exporter... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Leaders from 171 countries sign landmark Paris Agreement on climate changethe biggest source of man-made greenhouse gases, were flat last year even thoug
Leaders from 171 countries sign landmark Paris Agreement on climate change
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
the biggest source of man-made greenhouse gases, were flat last year even though the global economy grew, according to the International Energy Agency. Still, fossil fuels are used much more widely than renewable sources like wind and solar... Read more
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Zero Hedge
France Hit By Gas Shortages, Rationing After Refinery Workers Go On Strikecase, we have the reserves to deal with these blockades." Kristine Petrosyan,
France Hit By Gas Shortages, Rationing After Refinery Workers Go On Strike
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 days ago
case, we have the reserves to deal with these blockades." Kristine Petrosyan, an oil market analyst for refining at the International Energy Agency adds "there is a noticeable fuel shortage in the North West and North of the country, including... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Oil prices set to rise this weekof supply from Nigeria, production outages in Canada due to the wildfires and p
Oil prices set to rise this week
Manila Standard Today / Posted 3 days ago
of supply from Nigeria, production outages in Canada due to the wildfires and political crisis in Venezuela.” The International Energy Agency previously reported that the global oil market surplus will shrink later this year. IEA,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The 'vampire power products' that cost yoube ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and ev
The 'vampire power products' that cost you
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
be ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and even electric toothbrushes. According to the International Energy Agency, there are 14 billion online electronic devices in the world, including modems, printers, set-top... Read more
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WA Today
The 'vampire power products' that cost yoube ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and ev
The 'vampire power products' that cost you
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
be ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and even electric toothbrushes. According to the International Energy Agency, there are 14 billion online electronic devices in the world, including modems, printers, set-top... Read more
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Canberra Times
The 'vampire power products' that cost yoube ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and ev
The 'vampire power products' that cost you
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
be ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and even electric toothbrushes. According to the International Energy Agency, there are 14 billion online electronic devices in the world, including modems, printers, set-top... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The 'vampire power products' that cost yoube ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and ev
The 'vampire power products' that cost you
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
be ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and even electric toothbrushes. According to the International Energy Agency, there are 14 billion online electronic devices in the world, including modems, printers, set-top... Read more
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The Age
The 'vampire power products' that cost yoube ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and ev
The 'vampire power products' that cost you
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
be ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and even electric toothbrushes. According to the International Energy Agency, there are 14 billion online electronic devices in the world, including modems, printers, set-top... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Standby energy consumption adds $860 million to electricity billsbe ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and ev
Standby energy consumption adds $860 million to electricity bills
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
be ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and even electric toothbrushes. According to the International Energy Agency, there are 14 billion online electronic devices in the world, including modems, printers, set-top... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Standby energy consumption adds $860 million to electricity billsbe ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and ev
Standby energy consumption adds $860 million to electricity bills
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
be ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and even electric toothbrushes. According to the International Energy Agency, there are 14 billion online electronic devices in the world, including modems, printers, set-top... Read more
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The Young Witness
Standby energy consumption adds $860 million to electricity billsbe ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and ev
Standby energy consumption adds $860 million to electricity bills
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
be ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and even electric toothbrushes. According to the International Energy Agency, there are 14 billion online electronic devices in the world, including modems, printers, set-top... Read more
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Western Advocate
Standby energy consumption adds $860 million to electricity billsbe ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and ev
Standby energy consumption adds $860 million to electricity bills
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
be ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and even electric toothbrushes. According to the International Energy Agency, there are 14 billion online electronic devices in the world, including modems, printers, set-top... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Standby energy consumption adds $860 million to electricity billsbe ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and ev
Standby energy consumption adds $860 million to electricity bills
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
be ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and even electric toothbrushes. According to the International Energy Agency, there are 14 billion online electronic devices in the world, including modems, printers, set-top... Read more
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The Border Mail
Standby energy consumption adds $860 million to electricity billsbe ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and ev
Standby energy consumption adds $860 million to electricity bills
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
be ignored: think Wi-Fi-connected lighting, security systems, whitegoods and even electric toothbrushes. According to the International Energy Agency, there are 14 billion online electronic devices in the world, including modems, printers, set-top... Read more
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The New Statesman
The Tory civil warthe Natuna Islands, and says it wants to hold regular naval exercises with the
The Tory civil war
The New Statesman / Posted 6 days ago
the Natuna Islands, and says it wants to hold regular naval exercises with the US near the archipelago in waters that the International Energy Agency says hold rich gas reserves. Indonesia and the US have also carried out joint maritime exercises... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Jeffrey Simpson: Nuclear is the missing link in our climate debateAn average-sized nuclear plant produces roughly the same amount of electricity
Jeffrey Simpson: Nuclear is the missing link in our climate debate
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 days ago
An average-sized nuclear plant produces roughly the same amount of electricity from 4,000 wind turbines. So reports the International Energy Agency. A few dozen windmills, let alone a few hundred, can often be counted on to create a public furor in... Read more
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Times of Malta
Iran’s May oil exports set to surge nearly 60% from year ago – sourceby cutting its prices. April loadings at 2.3 million barrels per day (bpd) were
Iran’s May oil exports set to surge nearly 60% from year ago – source
Times of Malta / Posted 7 days ago
by cutting its prices. April loadings at 2.3 million barrels per day (bpd) were around 15 per cent higher than the International Energy Agency estimated earlier this month. May shipments are set to jump to 2.1 million bpd from 1.3 million... Read more
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The Financial Express
Nigeria & not Saudi Arabia is a bigger worry: 5 reasons why Africa’s largest economy is in a messproduction cuts have helped boost oil prices to nearly $50 a barrel from under
Nigeria & not Saudi Arabia is a bigger worry: 5 reasons why Africa’s largest economy is in a mess
The Financial Express / Posted 8 days ago
production cuts have helped boost oil prices to nearly $50 a barrel from under $30 a barrel in January according to the International Energy Agency. Here is what is ailing the Nigerian economy The growing fleet of tankers stuck off Nigeria... Read more
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Market Watch
Brent oil prices near $50, driven by global outages2016 by 250,000 barrels a day due to scant investment, said BMI Research. All
Brent oil prices near $50, driven by global outages
Market Watch / Posted 8 days ago
2016 by 250,000 barrels a day due to scant investment, said BMI Research. All these factors underpin the upbeat views by International Energy Agency that global oil is entering a phase of rebalancing. Goldman Sachs said the market has already... Read more
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