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WTI and Brent crude oil futures concluded a volatile week of trading with modest gains Friday.
After several weeks of declines, the U.S. tacked on an additional six oil rigs.
Global oil markets face a 'somewhat bearish' outlook for the rest of the year, according to OPEC.
In the year-to-date through July, total U.S. petroleum demand averaged its strongest level since 2007.
U.S. President Donald Trump's sanctions against Iran and Venezuela have inadvertently increased demand for a Russian brand of crude oil.
Oil headed for its first weekly gain this month.
WTI and Brent crude oil finished lower for the second straight trading day.
The U.S. is seeking to block authorities in Gibraltar from releasing the supertanker Grace 1.
PDVSA is telling employees to stop hailing cabs and limit international calls as it seeks ways to trim costs amid fresh budget cuts, according to a memo sent to its staff two weeks ago seen by Bloomberg.
Oil held losses as a surprise gain in U.S. crude stockpiles added to deepening concerns over the outlook for global demand.
Oil declined as an industry report showed American crude stockpiles expanded.
The Trump administration is readying a plan to end direct federal regulation of methane leaks from oil and gas facilities, even as some energy companies insist they don’t want the relief.
Much of the $2-plus in value the WTI and Brent each gained Tuesday disappeared during Wednesday's trading.
ExxonMobil is eyeing a sale of its UK North Sea portfolio, according to media reports.
A new twist in the ongoing US/China trade saga propelled WTI and Brent prices Tuesday.
A group of U.S. states and cities sued to block the Trump administration's "clean energy" plan.
Iran expects an oil tanker seized by the U.K. in the Strait of Gibraltar in July will be released soon, the semi-official Fars News agency reports.
The global oil and gas industry's total contract value increased by 79 percent from the first to the second quarter of 2019, according to GlobalData.
Oil snapped a three-day gain as a sell-off in risk assets added to lingering trade tensions to dent the demand outlook.
The WTI and Brent are up for the third consecutive trading day.