Exxon caps torrid week for oil majors

Renewed dip in price of crude deepens gloom

New oil order comes back with a vengeance

Markets more vulnerable to sharp drops when supply shifts

Iraq - Gulf Keystone Operations in Iraqi Kurdistan...02 May 2012, Iraq --- SHAIKAN, IRAQ: A worker walks across the Gulf Keystone drilling pad at Shaikan 5. Gulf Keystone started its first exploration well in the Shaikan Bloc in 2009 and continues to expand exploration and production. Photo by Sebastian Meyer --- Image by © Sebastian Meyer/Corbis

Norway’s DNO bids $300m for Gulf Keystone

Indebted UK oil group considers unsolicited cash and share offer

Statoil pays $2.5bn for Brazilian field

Deal is Norwegian group’s biggest acquisition for 5 years

The 'Maran Thetis' oil tanker off East Lothian

Oil supertankers mass off UK coast

Weak demand from refineries leaves crude stored on vessels

Oil in bear market: 5 things to watch

Crude oil’s quiet slide from its 2016 high sharpens questions about the outlook

'Girl in a Liberty Dress' by Clara Drummond, winner of this year's BP Portrait Award
©Clara Drummond

BP renews arts funding despite protests

Four of UK’s foremost arts institutions receive £7.5m boost

Shell profits plunge 72%

ConocoPhillips and Total also announce steep drops in earnings

Royal Dutch Shell: cutting coupons

The oil group’s costs remain too high, threatening its dividends

British Gas loses 400,000 customers

Independent suppliers erode market share

Polish hurdle threatens Nord Stream 2

Watchdog gives groups four weeks to resolve objections

Infrastructure: Wall Street’s new buzzword

Whether Trump or Clinton wins, spending looks set to rise

Oil on cusp of bear market

US crude prices driven to lowest level since April

Tullow sells first oil from Ghana field

Output will allow group to pay down $4.7bn debt pile

Traders take new oil dip in their stride

No big deterioration in spreads for high-yield energy bond sector

Statoil cuts capex by another $1bn

Norwegian group’s 18% reduction in operating expenses fails to prevent slide into red

Kazakhstan acts as Romania blocks oil deal

State oil company takes legal action after shares in refinery frozen

Rosneft bids in oil group ‘privatisation’

Russia’s largest oil producer eyes controlling stake in Bashneft

Gasoline stocks prompt oil volatility

Crude prices recover after dropping to lowest level since April

BP bullish despite falling profits

Chief Dudley says group has drawn a line under Deepwater Horizon


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