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By Lionel Laurent, Reuters | April 24, 2015
By Libby George, Reuters | April 24, 2015
By Mark Shenk, Bloomberg | August 25, 2014
Speculators are the least bullish on U.S. crude oil prices in 16 months as refinery maintenance weakens demand at a time when Libya and Iraq are swelling global supplies.
By Selcan Hacaoglu, Bloomberg | August 22, 2014
Iraqi Kurdish oil exports via Turkey may quadruple to half a million barrels a day in months.
By Daria Marchak and Volodymyr Verbyany, Bloomberg | August 8, 2014
Ukraine said it’s open to halting Russian natural gas supplies to Europe through the country as it plans sanctions on Putin’s government.
By Moming Zhou, Bloomberg | July 3, 2014
Easing supply concerns in Libya and Iraq as well as Hurricane Arthur affected crude oil's movements.
By Eric Lam and Gerrit De Vynck, Bloomberg | June 19, 2014
The projection for earnings growth is more than four times the increase forecast for U.S. energy companies.
By Nadia Simmons | June 17, 2014
On Friday, crude oil extended gains and hit a fresh nine-month high, supported by the deteriorating situation in Iraq.
By Phil Flynn | November 25, 2013
While the market is initially celebrating a historic deal with Iran there may be other geo-political risk factors and doubts that may subdue the celebration. Oil traders are giddy because they believe this will open the door to more Iranian oil.