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IEA Sees Little Chance OPEC+ will Supply more Oil

OPEC+ is unlikely to increase output in the coming months because of limited spare capacity, according to the International Energy Agency. Furthermore, the “largely symbolic” 100,000 barrel-a-day hike promised for September may actually turn into a cut as Russian production declines, the IEA said. “Comparatively low levels of operational spare …

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USA Sending more Gas to Europe than Russia

For the first time, the US is supplying more natural gas to Europe than Russia sends by pipelines, according to the International Energy Agency. Europe is seeking alternatives such as US liquefied natural gas to Russian supplies after Gazprom PJSC slashed shipments through Nord Stream, its biggest pipeline to Europe, …

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Gas Supplies to Europe Holding Firm

Gas supplies to Europe are holding firm despite ongoing troubles at the Nord Stream 1 pipeline, leaving the market in equilibrium, albeit temporarily. That’s according to Rystad Energy analyst Lu Ming Pang, who made the statement in a market note sent to Rigzone late Wednesday. The Rystad analyst outlined in …

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ConocoPhillips Makes Norway Gas Discovery

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has announced a minor gas discovery southwest of the Skarv field in the Norwegian Sea at wildcat well 6507/4-3 S. Preliminary estimates indicate the size of the discovery, which is operated by ConocoPhillips Skandinavia AS, is less than 0.1 million standard cubic meters of recoverable …

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Oil Demand Growing while Drivers Suffer at the Pump

Oil demand growth is set to slow in the coming months, with consumers likely to endure high prices until consumption is brought back into line with supply that’s struggling to keep pace with the world’s thirst for fuels. The International Energy Agency, the US Energy Information Administration and the Organization …

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