Follow up (AIN) -U.S. oil prices extended gains on Wednesday on an unexpected stockpile draw and higher gasoline prices, while international crude markets were lagged slightly on the back of low Asian economic growth expectations.
Follow up (AIN) -Iran has finalised a deal to export diesel fuel to Iraq, making it a net exporter of gas oil for the first time, the managing director of Iran's national oil distribution company was quoted as saying by state media on Saturday.
Follow up (AIN) -Crude oil fell on Friday after Goldman Sachs slashed its price forecast through next year, while global equity markets traded mixed as investors assessed the economic outlook and a potential move by the Federal Reserve next week to raise interest rates.
Follow up (AIN) -Oil prices fell more than 2 percent on Friday after Goldman Sachs cut its crude forecasts, citing global oversupply and concerns over the Chinese economy, and after Saudi Arabia dismissed the idea of an oil producer summit.
Baghdad (AIN) -The export of gas from Iran to Iraq is planned to rise to 35 million cubic meters per day (mcm/d) from currently 25 mcm/d, according to Azizollah Ramezani, the international affairs director of Iranian National Gas Company.
Follow up (AIN) -Crude oil prices stabilized on Wednesday as Asian stock markets caught a tailwind from a strong performance in the United States and Europe, although fuel markets remained generally dogged by oversupply.