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World’s Recoverable Oil Resources Shrinks By 9%

Every year and following the publication of the BP Statistical Review, Rystad Energy releases its own assessment to provide an independent, solid and clear comparison of how the world’s energy landscape changed last year. Our 2021 review deals a major blow for the size of the world’s remaining recoverable oil …

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Oil Prices Up on Investor Euphoria over Tight Market

Oil prices rose on Tuesday over bullish market sentiments of a sooner-than-expected demand rebound. International benchmark Brent crude was trading at $75.26 per barrel at 07.29 GMT for a 0.48% increase after closing Monday at $74.90 a barrel. American benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) traded at $73.33 a barrel at …

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Why Oil Could Hit $100 a Barrel

Oil is expected to rise further this year amid supply constraints and higher demand as global economies continue to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic on the back of vaccination programmes and stimulus measures. And when the global economy regains its pre-pandemic momentum in a couple of years, crude could rise …

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Oil Rises as Threat Recedes of Iran Supply Resuming Soon

Oil prices rose on Tuesday, with Brent gaining for a fourth consecutive session, as the prospect of extra supply coming to the market soon from Iran faded with talks dragging on over the United States rejoining a nuclear agreement with Tehran, Trend reports with reference to Reuters. Brent crude was …

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Brent Oil may Rise into $73.38 – $73.80 Range

Brent oil may rise into a range of $73.38-$73.80 per barrel, as it has broken a resistance at $72.71. The break is convincing, as it followed two corrections on June 9 and June 10. The break signals a continuation of the uptrend towards the range of $74.47-$75.55 range. Oil is …

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