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Angola's oil exploration evaporates as COVID-19 overshadows historic reforms

22 May 2020

(Refiles May 20 story to clarify Mayer Brown is a global firm)

Top trader Vitol says virus might bring peak oil demand much quicker

05 May 2020

LONDON Oil markets are at the beginning of a fragile recovery as coronavirus lockdowns ease, though long-term peak demand may be permanently eroded, Vitol's chief executive told Reuters.

Energy trader Mercuria sees early signs of oil market recovery

01 May 2020

LONDON Global oil markets are showing early signs of rebalancing after production cuts by OPEC and the United States, with the market's pricing structure indicating that storing oil on idle tankers may soon no longer be profitable, Mercuria Energy Group said.

UPDATE 2-Energy trader Mercuria sees early signs of oil market recovery

01 May 2020

LONDON, May 1 Global oil markets are showing early signs of rebalancing after production cuts by OPEC and the United States, with the market's pricing structure indicating that storing oil on idle tankers may soon no longer be profitable, Mercuria Energy Group said.

Special Report: Trump told Saudi: Cut oil supply or lose U.S. military support - sources

30 Apr 2020

By Timothy Gardner, Steve Holland, Dmitry Zhdannikov and Rania El Gamal

SPECIAL REPORT-Trump told Saudis: Cut oil supply or lose U.S. military support - sources

30 Apr 2020

* Trump’s hard line pushed Saudis to bend in oil price war - sources

Qatar Petroleum plans job and cost cuts amid market downturn: sources

30 Apr 2020

LONDON/DUBAI Qatar Petroleum, one of the world's biggest energy companies, plans a new wave of job cuts and spending reductions to cope with the slump in oil and gas demand which has hit global economies, two sources familiar with the matter said.

Oil majors, governments haggle over sharing pain of deepest cuts yet

29 Apr 2020

LONDON/MOSCOW From Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan to Nigeria and Angola, oil majors are haggling with national governments over how to share out deep production cuts that add to their pain from low oil prices and depressed fuel sales because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Oil majors, governments haggle over sharing pain of deepest cuts yet

28 Apr 2020

LONDON/MOSCOW, April 28 From Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan to Nigeria and Angola, oil majors are haggling with national governments over how to share out deep production cuts that add to their pain from low oil prices and depressed fuel sales because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Russia's Tatneft cuts oil output ahead of OPEC+ amid lack of storage, poor demand: sources

27 Apr 2020

By Dmitry Zhdannikov, Olesya Astakhova and Vladimir Soldatkin

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