The US President says his administration is working on supply chain issue this year as a means of lowering inflation.
The Islamic republic has also built a 1,000-km pipeline to carry its oil from Goreh, in the southwestern Bushehr province, to the new terminal in the country's southeast.
The roots of the very public — and personal — clash between the two Arabian powers in OPEC are complicated and rooted in myriad geopolitical factors.
With the launch of the Murban crude futures contract, Abu Dhabi seeks to consolidate its position as a major oil producer for years to come.
Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune announces a government reshuffle and orders the release of 60 detainees of a protest movement that forced his predecessor from power.
Oil producers agree to modest oil output increase by 500,000 barrels per day but fail to find a compromise on a broader policy for the rest of next year.
People continue to protest against a political system that rewards loyalty, not merit.
Some blame fat salaried government employees, others point the finger at poor economic management. The causes of the downturn are many, however.
Crude oil prices plunge over expectations for less demand during the pandemic just as more supply from Libya becomes available.
The Sultanate is reeling from the double whammy of low oil prices and Covid-19. But with intra-GCC tensions high, a consensus on aid won’t come easily.
Ministers of the cartel and outside nations led by Russia meet via video conference to adopt the measure, aimed at cutting the excess production depressing prices as global aviation remains largely grounded due to the pandemic.
Prices rally as top producers say they would turn taps lower, while there were also hopes for a pick-up in demand as economies slowly reopen amid Covid-19 pandemic.
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