Saudi Arabia slashes ministers' pay, cuts public sector bonuses – CNBC


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Saudi Arabia slashes ministers’ pay, cuts public sector bonuses
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Saudi Arabia will cut ministers’ salaries by 20 percent and scale back financial perks for public sector employees in one of the most drastic measures yet by the energy-rich kingdom to save money at a time of low oil prices. The measures, disclosed in
Saudi cuts ministers’ salaries amid oil price dropPanARMENIAN.Net
WSJ: Kingdom Comedown – Falling Oil Prices Shock Saudi Middle ClassAl-Manar TV
Decline in oil prices lands on government workers as Saudi Arabia cuts paychecksEconomic Times

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Oil Prices Lower on Iran Comments, US Crude Stocks Growth – Wall Street Journal


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Oil Prices Lower on Iran Comments, US Crude Stocks Growth
Wall Street Journal
Crude oil prices lost steam in early Asian trade Tuesday after Iran played down expectations for an oil-production deal, calling the oil producers meeting on Wednesday “consultative”, reinforcing views that major producers will walk away from the
US oil settles at $45.93 a barrel, up $1.45, or 3.26%CNBC
Iran Now Has the Edge in the Fight Over Oil Prices With Saudi ArabiaBloomberg
Oil Rises, Skepticism Too, As OPEC Meets To Talk Output DealOilPrice.com
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Community reacts to Lake Houston drilling operation at third public meeting – Your Houston News


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Community reacts to Lake Houston drilling operation at third public meeting
Your Houston News
People listen to Pricilla Villa, with Earthworks Oil and Gas Accountability Project Sept. 15 at the Kingwood Branch Library as she discusses the oil drilling operation permitted by the Texas Railroad Commission for a site near Lake Houston. Advertisement.

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Court Rules Australia Must Talk with East Timor Over Oil Fields – Wall Street Journal


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Court Rules Australia Must Talk with East Timor Over Oil Fields
Wall Street Journal
SYDNEY—Australia will be forced into a conciliation process with East Timor over a disputed maritime boundary determining access to potentially lucrative oil-and-gas fields, after an international arbitration court rejected Australia’s claim the court

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Topaz wins new Tengiz oilfield support contract – The National


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Topaz wins new Tengiz oilfield support contract
The National
Topaz Energy and Marine has won additional business on the Tengiz oilfield in Kazakhstan, bringing the total new contracts it has won on the project this year to more than US$500 million. The Dubai-headquartered shipping company, which is a wholly …
Topaz Secures Tengiz Oilfield ContractsMarineLink
Topaz wins contracts for Kazakhstan oilfield – Trade ArabiaTrade Arabia
Topaz confirm $500m worth of Kazakhstan oil field contractsSeatrade Maritime News
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Gas leak causes fire at oil field well – Azerbaijan's SOCAR – Reuters UK


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Gas leak causes fire at oil field well – Azerbaijan’s SOCAR
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BAKU, Sept 26 A large gas leak at Azerbaijan’s Guneshli oil field during maintenance caused a fire on Monday, the state energy company SOCAR said. SOCAR said earlier a fire had broken out at the well on one of the Guneshli oil platforms, which belongs
Fire breaks out at one well of Azerbaijan’s Guneshli oil fieldReuters Africa

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Swire Oilfield Services welcomes new CEO – World Oil – WorldOil (subscription)


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Swire Oilfield Services welcomes new CEO – World Oil
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ABERDEEN, Scotland — Swire Oilfield Services, the world’s largest supplier of cargo carrying units to the offshore energy industry, has welcomed John Bruce …
Energy Voice | Swire appoints new chief executive – News for the Oil …Energy Voice
Teledyne Marine Continues to Play a Key Role On Board AUVs …ScandOil

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US oil settles at $45.93 a barrel, up $1.45, or 3.26% – CNBC


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US oil settles at $45.93 a barrel, up $1.45, or 3.26%
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Skepticism about any deal being reached has prompted money managers to cut their bullish bets to a one-month low last week, when prices fell by nearly 5 percent, dented by signs Saudi Arabia and Iran were making little progress in achieving a
Iran Now Has the Edge in the Fight Over Oil Prices With Saudi ArabiaBloomberg
Oil Rises, Skepticism Too, As OPEC Meets To Talk Output DealOilPrice.com
Bets on higher oil price take biggest cut since 2014Financial Times
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Oil prices rebound after Algeria says all options open at OPEC meeting – Reuters


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Oil prices rebound after Algeria says all options open at OPEC meeting
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SINGAPORE Crude prices rebounded on Monday after Algeria’s energy minister said the day before that all options were possible for an oil output cut or freeze at this week’s informal meeting of OPEC producers. That came after prices tumbled 4 percent on …
Why Oil Prices Will Rise More And Sooner Than Most BelieveOilPrice.com
Opec plans fresh oil price talks says energy ministerBBC News
Crude Oil Prices Outlook September 26-30Economic Calendar
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A legendary investor thinks driverless cars will actually raise the price of oil – Business Insider


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A legendary investor thinks driverless cars will actually raise the price of oil
Business Insider
It should come as no surprise that the rise of electric vehicles has broad implications for the price of oil. Now, you’d think that as more of the cars on the road are powered by batteries rather than petrol, demand for oil will slide. And in the long

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Only An OPEC Miracle Can Save Venezuela – OilPrice.com


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Only An OPEC Miracle Can Save Venezuela
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Oil producers could see a $10 to $15 spike in barrel prices if the world’s energy leaders agree on a freeze in new output next week, Venezuelan Oil Minister Eulogio Del Pino told Union Radio on Tuesday. “These are decisive days,” Del Pino said of the
Venezuela Oil Price Falls for 4th Consecutive WeekLatin American Herald Tribune

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$20000 piece of equipment stolen from oil lease, authorities searching for suspect – NewsWest9.com


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$20000 piece of equipment stolen from oil lease, authorities searching for suspect
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Midland authorities are still on the lookout for a man who stole a $20,000 piece of equipment from an oil lease back on Sept 5. In surveillance video, you can see the suspect pull up at the site in a grey Chevy pickup that was missing a running board

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