Alaska falls furthest among states affected by oil price collapse – Alaska Dispatch News


Alaska Dispatch News
Alaska falls furthest among states affected by oil price collapse
Alaska Dispatch News
“The oil boom drove North Dakota’s revenue growth, while declines in Alaskan oil production and cuts in petroleum taxes pushed Alaska tax revenue down,” the report said, contrasting a near-tripling of North Dakota revenues with a 57 percent decline in …
Revenue commissioner outlines fiscal options after cutsAlaskajournal.com

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Oil price hikes as Iranian deal in trouble – Middle East Monitor


Middle East Monitor
Oil price hikes as Iranian deal in trouble
Middle East Monitor
Prices of crude oil increased by two per cent yesterday ahead of US data which is expected to show strong gasoline demand, Palestinian Al-Resalah newspaper reported. Crude oil prices were supported by signs of troubles regarding the Iranian nuclear
U.S. Under Pressure To End Self-Imposed Oil “Sanctions”OilPrice.com
Pressure mounting to end U.S. oil export ban and why that might be good for Financial Post
Shell Talks With Iran Without Nuclear DealRadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide
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Oil price recovery on the way, panel says, but pace will be slow – FuelFix (blog)


FuelFix (blog)
Oil price recovery on the way, panel says, but pace will be slow
FuelFix (blog)
A panel of oil and gas analysts said Tuesday that oil prices will slowly begin to rise through the rest of 2015, while energy mergers and acquisitions could also increase. In a webcast, the panel of experts from financial services giant Ernst & Young
Oil At $60: How Marginal Producers Cope Will Shape Market DirectionForbes
World Oil Demand Increases After Price SlumpLeadership Newspapers
Experts say oil prices to rise at slow paceHouston Chronicle (subscription)
Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide
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Midweek Sector Update: Oil Markets May Not Need To Worry About Greece – OilPrice.com


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Midweek Sector Update: Oil Markets May Not Need To Worry About Greece
OilPrice.com
That would prevent a slide in oil prices, as Europe’s economy and currency would escape much deeper damage. Still oil prices are showing signs of weakness on the back of a strong dollar. Also, the latest factory data from China shows weak manufacturing …
Oil & Gas Stock Roundup: Williams Snubs $48B Takeover Bid – Analyst BlogNasdaq

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Crude up about 2 percent as US oil products jump; eyes on Iran – Reuters


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Crude up about 2 percent as US oil products jump; eyes on Iran
Reuters
Also supporting prices were signs of trouble with an impending Iranian nuclear deal that could delay Tehran’s hopes of lifting Western sanctions on its oil exports. A strong dollar, which usually pressures commodity prices, did little to temper the
Why A U.S Shale Slowdown Will Hardly Affect Oil PricesOilPrice.com
Oil futures settle near a two-week highMarketWatch
Oil Futures Ease After Weak China Factory DataWall Street Journal
Telegraph.co.uk –MetalMiner –NDTV
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The 3 Key Things to Watch in Oilfield Services in 2015 – Motley Fool


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The 3 Key Things to Watch in Oilfield Services in 2015
Motley Fool
Last year’s dramatic oil-price collapse triggered a bear market in the oil industry, and oilfield-services stocks weren’t spared either. With significant uncertainty still encompassing oil prices, investors are obviously vary of getting burned again
America’s Self-Punishing Oil Export BanWall Street Journal
Oil Holds Losses in London as Iran Supply Seen Exacerbating GlutBloomberg
XLE: Oil May Not Remain Range Bound For LongSeeking Alpha

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Bakken oil field worker dies after Sunday DUI accident, friend charged – KTVQ Billings News


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Bakken oil field worker dies after Sunday DUI accident, friend charged
KTVQ Billings News
A Bakken oil field worker is dead and another is facing criminal charges for a drunk driving incident Sunday night in Culbertson. David Penski, 30, died from a serious head injury after he was flung from an old deck that was being pulled by a pickup

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Oil prices unchanged as worries ease over Greek debt – Reuters


Reuters
Oil prices unchanged as worries ease over Greek debt
Reuters
SINGAPORE Oil prices were unchanged in Asian trade on Monday, after initially falling on concerns about the outcome of a eurozone meeting later in the day on the Greek debt crisis , although worries about oversupply still weigh on the market. Prices …
Why A U.S Shale Slowdown Will Hardly Effect Oil PricesOilPrice.com
Iranian crude oil price up 63 cents in a weekTehran Times
How Would The Iran Nuclear Deal Impact Oil Prices?Forbes
Money Morning –Economic Times
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BP to Pay Rosneft $750 Million for Part of Siberian Oilfield – Bloomberg


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BP to Pay Rosneft $750 Million for Part of Siberian Oilfield
Bloomberg
BP Plc will pay OAO Rosneft $750 million for a stake in an East Siberian oil producer, following Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s plans to expand a natural gas export project in Russia. BP will take a 20 percent stake in Taas-Yuriakh Neftegazodobycha LLC in
BP plc (ADR) To Buy 20% Oil Field Stake From Rosneft Oil CoBidness ETC
BP share price: £470m paid for stake in Russia oilfieldiNVEZZ
Why is Russia selling its oil assets at a time of sanctions?Russia Beyond the Headlines

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Abu Dhabi begins production at third Thai oil field – Yahoo! Maktoob News


Trade Arabia
Abu Dhabi begins production at third Thai oil field
Yahoo! Maktoob News
The Nong Yao oil field, in the southern Gulf of Thailand, is expected to reach a peak rate of about 10,000 barrels per day (bpd) as more wells are completed, the company, a subsidiary of parent Mubadala Development Company, an Abu Dhabi government …
Mubadala Petroleum starts output at oil field in Gulf of ThailandZawya (registration)
Mubadala starts production at 3rd field in ThailandTrade Arabia

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BP to pay Rosneft $750 million for part of Siberian oilfield – WorldOil (subscription)


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BP to pay Rosneft $750 million for part of Siberian oilfield
WorldOil (subscription)
MOSCOW (Bloomberg) — BP Plc will pay OAO Rosneft $750 million for a stake in an East Siberian oil producer, following Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s plans to expand a natural gas export project in Russia. BP will take a 20% stake in Taas-Yuriakh …
BP plc (ADR) To Buy 20% Oil Field Stake From Rosneft Oil CoBidness ETC
BP share price: £470m paid for stake in Russia oilfieldiNVEZZ
BP to Pay Rosneft more than £470million for part of Siberian oilfieldEnergy Voice

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Abu Dhabi begins production at third Thai oil field – ArabianBusiness.com


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Abu Dhabi begins production at third Thai oil field
ArabianBusiness.com
The Nong Yao oil field, in the southern Gulf of Thailand, is expected to reach a peak rate of about 10,000 barrels per day (bpd) as more wells are completed, the company, a subsidiary of parent Mubadala Development Company, an Abu Dhabi government …
Nong Yao oil field comes onstream offshore ThailandOffshore Oil and Gas Magazine
Mubadala Petroleum starts output at oil field in Gulf of ThailandReuters
Mubadala starts production at Thailand oil fieldKhaleej Times
Rigzone –gulfnews.com
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Crude oil is sliding – Business Insider


Business Insider
Crude oil is sliding
Business Insider
On Wednesday, weekly data from the Energy Information Administration showed that US oil inventories shrank for a seventh straight week last week. The data showed that at the same time, stockpiles at Cushing, Oklahoma, a major delivery point, swelled by …
Oil down 2 percent on Greek worries, weaker products marketsReuters
How to Profit From Oil at ANY PriceWall Street Daily
Crude Oil Price Slips on Gasoline Surplus, Lower Demand From Refiners24/7 Wall St.
Yorkshire Post –Hays Daily News –Wall Street Journal
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ND rig count drops again as crude oil price remains weak – Minneapolis Star Tribune


Minneapolis Star Tribune
ND rig count drops again as crude oil price remains weak
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Amid persistently weak oil prices, the number of rigs drilling new oil wells in North Dakota hit its lowest point in more than five years, North Dakota’s top oil industry regulator said Friday. The count of rigs, mostly targeting oil and gas in shale
North Dakota Output Dropping but Producing Wells Hit RecordNatural Gas Intelligence
Why US oil train traffic is fallingChristian Science Monitor
Investing in the Dakota Access PipelineEnergy and Capital

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