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World Oil Price 20m
Today I grew up. 80.61$ (+1.84)
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Anas Alhajji 7h
Thomas Edison's discovery of the light bulb in 1887 almost killed the industry then, which was mainly dependent on Kerosene sales for lighting. But soon electricity needed oil for generation, & the internal composition engine was introduced. Pick your lesson from above
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OliverJLSteele 2h
What is going to drive the share price up to previous high's. Results or Sentiment?. Despite the additional shares in play since the days of 8p there must surely be some excitement about the commerciality of Horse Hill and the impact that has on Broadford Bridge!
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Carbon Tracker 2h
announce major offshore UK discovery in the North Sea off Shetland of 1tn cubic feet of recoverable resources Existing reserves can't all be burned, yet energy companies are still seeking new reserves. Result =
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Javier Blas 8h
BOOM: Major trading house Mercuria sees risk of Brent crude spike to $100 a barrel in 4Q 2018 due to impact of U.S. sanctions on and other outages | More on
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Girish Kuber 3h
fails to decide on raising oil production. zooms past $ 80/barrel first time since last four years. Major traders expect to touch $100/barrel. Not a good news for who are already burning their pockets due to high fuel prices.
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Mohamed A. El-Erian 1h
Good morning. Wishing you a good week. Among the notable moves in this early morning: prices are up (including 2% for Brent), now at 4-year highs after and decided not to increase output at their meeting yesterday in
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Voncee 7h
This is what happens when you drilling for oil but instead find a dry hole. How though in this day and age with all the technology . Many burnt! I'm $777 down as I intended to top up when oil is found. Imagine those that put 10k 20k
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ℭhi 🛢️ Sep 23
Saudi energy minister says OPEC/non-OPEC alliance ready to pump more in months ahead
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Karen Tso 5h
Debating 2040 forecasts - as they suggest demand will be higher than the current 100m bpd even if battery-powered cars take off more rapidly...worst case scenario of big sales then demand will be 109m bpd not 112 says OPEC
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Javier Blas 4h
: Brent crude rises to $80.51 a barrel, highest price since November 2014 | More on
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Clyde Russell 5h
Tight or well-supplied? This is the oil dilemma with the views of and allies now in stark contrast to traders and refiners, who see the loss of 's barrels pushing prices toward $100.
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Anas Alhajji 6h
You can see the impact of electronic trading now on Brent. The higher it goes on Monday, the larger the decline on Tuesday. There is no justifican for the it to increase this much.
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Crudehead 🛢 2h
1/ market narrative has changed, changed utterly. A terrible beauty has been born...
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Wilson Lee Flores 3h
BREAKING: Brent crude hits $81, highest price in four years. ' Pres. is correct in saying that policies helping unsettle oil markets & global . RT
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Patricia Schouker 44m
Which countries rely most upon exports? A study by estimated that come 2018 the most reliant country will be , with oil exports projected to make up over 60 percent of GDP.
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Javier Blas Sep 21
U.S. sanctions on could see Brent quickly surging to $90 a barrel as supply restrictions outweigh any hit to demand from EM weakness, JPMorgan said | (h/t )
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Norbert Elekes Sep 17
Annual oil consumption (tonnes) Brazil: 137 million Russia: 143 million Saudi Arabia: 168 million Japan: 189 million India: 195 million China: 559 million US: 866 million (BP)
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Javier Blas 13h
The market has opened sharply up after gave Trump a tepid response to his demand (via Twitter) to lower prices. Brent opens up 1.4% higher to $79.87 a barrel. WTI also up. Here our story from late Sunday:
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Christopher Johnson 4h
World demand will peak at 104.4 million barrels/day in 2035, up from around 100 million now, as new technology offers alternative sources including says trader Unipec
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