Saudis good with oil's near $79
Saudi Arabia Is Testing Trump on Oil Prices, Tom Petrie Says - Video -
- Saudi Arabia is content with Brent prices rising in short term
- Brent little changed after advancing 1.3 percent on Tuesday
By Sharon Cho
Petroleumworld 09 19 2018
Brent oil traded near the highest level in a week after Saudi Arabia was said to be content with the global benchmark crude breaking above $80 a barrel.
Today in Brexit: As all eyes turn to Salzburg, the Prime Minister is told that next month is the real test.
By David Goodman
Petroleumworld 09 19 2018
On the eve of this week's crucial summit, the European Union's chief Brexit negotiator is already heaping pressure on the next one.
Wednesday, Sept 19 2018
Mayra P. Saefong / Market Watch - U.S. oil ends at 2-month high Wednesday after EIA reports 5th stockpile drop in a row
Adriana Barrera, Ana Isabel Martinez / Reuters - Mexico's next government starts oil contract reviews with Talos/Premier/Sierra-led deal
Reuters - China with 49 percent ownership in PDVSA Sinovensa
Reuters -Brazilian faulty diesel subsidy program bad for Petrobras, market -FCStone
Daphne Psaledakis / Reuters - European Union countries agree to explore hydrogen as energy source
Reuters - OECD: Global carbon prices too low to combat climate change
Reuters - High demand will not reduce Iran's oil sales to zero on U.S. sanctions -Iran
Sean Douglas / TT Newsday - PM Rowley travel today to Guyana
Yvonne Webb / TT Newsday - PM Rowley throws Petrotrin a lifeline
Kaieteur News - Exxon's second exploration vessel to arrive in Guyana on October to drill at the ‘Pluma' prospect
Amanda Cooper / Reuters -Oil holds near $80 on Wednesday, supply concern expected to underpin prices
Real time prices by Bloomberg
Updated: Sep.20, 2018 07:33GMT
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NYT Editorial Board: Yes, John Bolton really is that dangerous
“Bolton is very hard line, but he is smart and thoughtful — not impulsive,”
said Michael O'Hanlon, a military analyst at the nonpartisan Brookings Institution. “I am worried, but there is some hope.” -Time Magazine. / Podcast - WSJ: John Bolton's Worldview
Viktor Katona: Is Guyana ready for an oil boom?
A shrimping trawler does its work while a sea bird rests in the shallows.
Taken from the seawall off Kingston, Georgetown, Guyana.
Luis A. Pacheco: Venezuela and the pitfalls of resource wealth
Venezuela's oil industry came into being in the early part of the 20th century with
discoveries on the eastern shore of Lake Maracaibo (in photo) in the west of the country.
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