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Meeting between Iran and Saudi Arabia foreign ministers delayed

A meeting between the foreign ministers of OPEC’s Iran and Saudi Arabia was delayed in part due to discord over falling crude prices, said Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, Iran’s deputy foreign minister for Arab and African affairs  More »

Truckers gaining from diesel’s drop

Diesel’s drop will aid everyone from truckers to industrial users such as Bortz, chief executive officer of Towne Construction Services in Batavia, Ohio, which uses 300,000 gallons of diesel a year.  More »

Venezuela’s Asia tour backfires as crude extends slump

Venezuelan government lobbying to prop up prices is falling on deaf ears among other OPEC members that are prepared to let prices fall to a level that undermines a U.S. shale boom.  More »

TransCanada sued again by Nebraska landowners over Keystone path

Dual complaints were filed Friday against the Calgary-based company in state courts in York and O’Neill, Nebraska, by David Domina, the lawyer whose prior effort to halt construction of the 1,179-mile conduit was defeated by a cadre of judges who ruled his clients hadn’t established their legal right to sue.  More »

Oil falls as OPEC reduces demand forecast

WTI for February delivery fell $2.23, or 4.6 percent, to end at $46.25 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.  More »

Increased U.S. output bolsters oil glut fears

U.S. output surged to 9.19 million barrels a day last week, the fastest pace in weekly records dating back to January 1983, the Energy Information Administration reported yesterday.  More »

Iraq to double exports of Kirkuk crude amid oil surplus

Iraq, holder of the world’s fifth-largest crude reserves, is rebuilding its energy industry after decades of wars and economic sanctions.  More »

Crude prices rise but bear market may not be over

WTI for February delivery rose $2.59 to settle at $48.48 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.  More »

Arctic explorers retreat from hostile waters amid oil plunge

Cheap oil threatens to demote the importance of a region already challenged by high costs, environmental concerns, technological obstacles and, in the case of Russia, international sanctions.  More »

Some on Wall Street see oil plunging to $40, and below

Prices are poised to drop further, testing the ability of U.S. shale drillers to keep pumping.  More »

U.A.E. sees oil drop hurting shale drillers, not OPEC

The Persian Gulf nation will stick with a plan to boost its capacity to 3.5 million barrels a day in 2017, in spite of the global supply glut.  More »

Oil drops below $45; U.S. stockpiles may speed collapse

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said crude needs to drop to $40 a barrel to “re-balance” the market, while Societe Generale SA also reduced its price forecasts.  More »

U.S. drivers start 2015 with cheapest gas in six years

Gasoline at the pump is at the lowest since April 2009, when prices were $2.0549 a gallon.  More »

Oil falls as Goldman cuts outlook

Crude has to “stay lower for longer” if investment in shale is to be curtailed to re-balance the global market, according to Goldman analysts.  More »

Oil producers betting on bigger price drop

Companies are hedging more and drilling less amid concern that the biggest slump in prices since 2008 will continue.  More »
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