Crude oil prices slipped lower on Monday as a UN Security Council vote highlighted the prospect of Iranian oil returning to the global market
Lifting the 40 year-old ban imposed after the Arab oil embargo would add $23 billion to the economy by 2030
Algerian authorities have arrested 17 people as the country tightens control on imports and corruption to help counter the effect of low world oil prices
Senior Chinese oil traders told Reuters the Saudis have turned down requests from Chinaoil and Unipec
A deal is expected to be signed in April after talks in the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh
Saudi Arabian prices to Asia are lowest in over a decade
Saudi Arabia is the largest producer of polyolefin, accounting for 56 percent, in the Middle East
India, Iran’s top client after China, imported 250,600 barrels per day (bpd) crude last month
The Kurdistan region's export of crude has been a long-standing point of contention
Germany is traditionally Iran’s most important trading partner in the 28-nation European Union
Saudi crude exports have been sliding in the past few months as shale oil squeezes Saudi oil out of U.S. markets
The growth was underpinned by accelerated increase in new work and output
The cargo handler said it earned $332m in profit attributable to its owners during the first six months of 2014
Baghdad reiterated that only the Ministry of Oil was authorized to carry out oil sales
The rise in Iraqi crude exports, despite an Islamic insurgency in the country's north, could weigh on global oil prices.
Gulfood Manufacturing expo to debut in November at Dubai World Trade Centre.
Turkey depends on imports for almost all of its energy needs, and Russia is its biggest gas supplier
The new deal raises Kuwait’s oil exports to Egypt to 85,000 barrels per day from 65,000 previously
Oil flow from the Kurdistan Regional Government’s pipeline via Turkey started in Dec.
Around 6,000 british companies export their products to Saudi Arabia, and there are around 200 joint projects between both countries
China, Iran’s largest oil client, imported 564,536 barrels per day of crude last month
Ministers of petroleum, electricity and economy were among officials that attended the ceremony
The firm sold one of its Hong Kong assets but rose 0.7 percent on a gross like-for-like basis
Abu Dhabi’s foreign trade constituted 65.9 percent of the emirate’s total 2012 GDP
The import agreement between the two countries has a duration of 10 years
LNG king Qatar faces formidable challenges. First a changing landscape in global gas markets with more competitors entering the scene
Agricultural Export Council member upset at move he says will ‘confuse the market’
Egypt needs to pay firms more to exploit its offshore gas reserves if it is to have any chance of regaining its footing as a liquefied natural gas ...
Iraq exported an average of 2.07 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude in September, the lowest rate so far this year, oil ministry spokesman Asim ...
As the kingdom of Saudi Arabia celebrates its national day, Aramco proudly claims that it has been the world’s largest oil producer for ...
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