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Ahmad Ghaddar

Middle East, Asia draw European gasoline as prices crash

Jan 15 2019

LONDON, Jan 15 European exports of gasoline to the Middle East and Asia have surged so far in January as high inventories in the Atlantic basin and a drop in fuel prices sparked bargain-hunting around the world.

Exclusive: Glencore loses exclusive rights to major Libyan oil grades

Jan 10 2019

LONDON Trading and mining giant Glencore has lost its exclusive marketing rights for two of Libya's main crude oil export grades after holding them since late 2015, trading sources with direct knowledge said.

Exclusive: Glencore loses exclusive marketing rights to two Libyan crude grades

Jan 10 2019

LONDON Trading and mining giant Glencore has lost its exclusive marketing rights for two of Libya's main crude oil export grades after holding those rights since the end of 2015, trading sources with direct knowledge said.

OPEC tentatively agrees to oil cut, waits for Russia to commit

Dec 06 2018

VIENNA OPEC tentatively agreed to an oil output cut on Thursday but was waiting for a commitment from non-OPEC heavyweight Russia before deciding the exact volumes for a production reduction aimed at propping up crude prices, two sources from the group said. | Video

Opec will Ölförderung drosseln - Russland zögert noch

Dec 06 2018

Wien Das Ölkartell Opec ringt vor allem mit Russland um eine Drosselung der Fördermenge, um den Preis des Rohstoffs zu stabilisieren.

OPEC works on deal to cut output, still needs Russia on board

Dec 04 2018

VIENNA OPEC and its allies are working towards a deal this week to reduce oil output by at least 1.3 million barrels per day, four sources said, adding that Russia's resistance to a major cut was so far the main stumbling block.

UPDATE 5-OPEC works on deal to cut output, still needs Russia on board

Dec 04 2018

* OPEC, allies may cut output by at least 1.3 mln bpd - sources

OPEC works on deal to cut output, still needs Russia on board

Dec 04 2018

VIENNA, Dec 4 OPEC and its allies are working towards a deal to reduce oil output by at least 1.3 million barrels per day, four sources said, adding that Russia's resistance to a significant production cut was so far the main stumbling block.

Oil workers' discontent a risk for Libyan output surge

Nov 30 2018

BENGHAZI/TRIPOLI/LONDON Libya's oil output is at a five-year high and rare exploration deals with foreign majors are being won but worker dissent and ever-present armed groups risk a repeat of disruptions that have choked off other production surges since the 2011 civil war.

Oil workers' discontent threatens Libyan output surge

Nov 30 2018

BENGHAZI/TRIPOLI/LONDON, Nov 30 Libya's oil output is at a five-year high and rare exploration deals with foreign majors are being won but worker dissent and ever-present armed groups risk a repeat of disruptions that have choked off other production surges since the 2011 civil war.

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