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· Exxon Mobil: Higher Oil Prices To Recover Share Price →
Exxon Mobil Corporation is one of the world's largest energy companies involved in exploration for, and production of, crude oil and natural gas and manufacture, trade, transport and sale of crude oil, natural gas, petroleum products and other petrochemical products, operating in 45 countries with several brands such as Esso, Exxon, Mobil and Exxon Mobil Chemical.
· You Can't Afford Bad Investments →
Very few people came close to expecting Shells (RDS.B) dividend cut - or the way Occidental Petroleum (OXY) has been going on the market.
· Market Wrap: all the leasing and sales activities in and around Sydney →
A BP-branded service station anchored by Jasbe Petroleum at 133-139 Pittwater Road has sold to a private investor for $7.2 million.
· OPEC delivers three quarters of record oil cut in May: Survey →
On average, the 13-member Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries pumped 24.77 million barrels per day (bpd) this month, the survey found, down 5.91 million bpd from April's revised figure.
· Keystone XL delay likely as court denies bid to revive U.S. pipeline permit →
In the absence of the nationwide permit, companies will need to apply for numerous individual construction permits on lines that sometimes cross hundreds of water bodies, which the American Petroleum Institute says could cause delays of a year or more on more than 70 pending pipelines, increasing their combined costs by $2B.
· RON97 and RON95 up 5 sen, diesel up 10 sen per litre →
According to a statement from the Ministry of Finance today, based on the weekly retail pricing of petroleum products using the Automatic Pricing Mechanism (APM) formula, the new price of RON97 is now RM1.73 per litre; RON95 RM1.43 per litre; and diesel, RM1.61 per litre.
· Malaysia’s Statistics Department foresees recession in the next four to six months →
Imports from the US increased by 12.8 per cent, supported mainly by higher imports of crude petroleum and aircraft & associated equipment and parts.
· Exclusive: Russia's Rosneft finds extended oil cuts painful - sources →
Saudi Arabia, de facto leader of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, proposes to extend the record cuts until December.
· North Koreans charged in wide-ranging $3.7B sanctions-busting scheme →
Last month, United Nations experts recommended blacklisting 14 vessels for violating sanctions against North Korea, accusing the country in a report of increasing illegal coal exports and imports of petroleum products and continuing with cyber attacks on financial institutions and cryptocurrency exchanges to gain illicit revenue.