- MarketWatch•16 hours ago
OPEC and non-cartel members may be employing a wrongheaded approach to shrinking a global supply glut, according to Dieter Helm, economist and Professor of Energy Policy at the University of Oxford in ...
- Reuters - UK Focus•yesterday
BAKU/TBILISI, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Ex-Soviet Azerbaijan is on track to send gas to western Europe by the end of the decade, but is having to import supplies to use at home, compounding economic hardship that prompted protests last year. The country contains one of the world's biggest gas fields, Shah Deniz on the Caspian Sea, but it has presold the next stage of output, due by 2020, to Greece, Italy, Turkey and other states keen to reduce their dependence on Russian gas. At the end of last year, as construction of the pipeline to deliver the gas passed the halfway mark, Azerbaijan's state energy company SOCAR said it had begun importing gas from Iran.
The oil market suffers from an abundance of oil that’s going to add pressure to the market for decades to come, says
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|Bid||445.00 x 330000|
|Ask||452.00 x 350000|
|Day's range||443.40 - 451.27|
|52-week range||249.43 - 521.20|
|PE ratio (TTM)||745.17|
|Dividend & yield||0.40 (7.26%)|
|1y target est||N/A|