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Oil to Trade Between $68 and $75 in Second half of 2021 Amid Rising Demand, Iraq Minister Says
Crude prices have increased due to supportive Opec+ policies and growing demand as economies reopen
Oil Extends Advance Above $70 Amid Improving Demand Outlook
Oil extended gains above $70 a barrel after an industry report pointed to another draw in U.S. crude stockpiles, reinforcing optimism around the demand recovery…
World’s Largest Oil Refinery Project to Help Meet Nigeria’s Oil Demands
XCMG Construction Machinery will be working together with Dangote Industries Limited on the world’s largest oil refinery project to be located at Lekki Free Zo…
Russia Is Making A Mad Dash To Outrun Peak Oil Demand
Several of the world’s largest oil-producing nations have recently made public plans to boost their production capacity.
Video: OPEC Reiterates Global Oil Demand Forecast for 2021
OPEC reiterated its 2021 forecasts for world oil demand on Tuesday, as it nudged its predictions for global economic growth higher.
Record-High Fuel Prices Add To Concerns About India’s Oil Demand
Gasoline and diesel prices in India hit a new record-high on Wednesday, adding another concern for the oil market about demand in the world’s third-largest oil…
IEA Sees Oil Demand Recovery Outpacing Growth in Supply
OPEC+ producers have been curbing output since 2017 but have eased since imposing record high cuts last year, with more easing agreed from this month
Goldman: Oil To Hit $80 On Largest Ever Demand Jump
Goldman Sachs expects global oil demand to realize the biggest jump ever over the next six months, the investment bank said on Wednesday, keeping its bullish fo…
Korean Oil Refineries Offset Weak Oil Demand with Market Diversification
South Korea’s major oil refiners are going all-out to recoup losses from a Covid-19 pandemic-driven slump with market and product diversification.
These Two Meetings Will Affect Oil And Gold Prices In May
Traders are closely watching two important events this week that are likely to set the tone for oil and gold prices next month.
Oil Prices End the Week Down As Demand’s Rebound Gets Patchy
Oil prices fell last week with spreading coronavirus cases in countries such as India tempering optimism around positive signs out of the U.S. and Europe.
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India in Talks with Guyana for Long-Term Crude Supply
India, the world's third-largest crude consumer and importer, has approached Guyana's government about a possible long-term deal to buy the South American count…
Rystad Energy Sees Oil Demand Peaking In 2026
The accelerating adoption of electric vehicles and electrification in other oil-consuming sectors is set to bring peak oil demand as early as 2026 at 101.6 mill…
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World’s Largest Oil Trader Expects Strong Demand Rebound This Year
Global oil demand is set for a rebound between now and the end of next year, with consumption expected to rise from current levels by as much as 8 million barre…
OPEC Is Betting Big On Robust Oil Demand Recovery
Last week’s surprise decision from OPEC+ to ease the production cuts by a cumulative 2 million barrels per day by July relies on expectations of robust oil dem…