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Kurds react to U.S. oil cargo
The federal government of Iraq can't win its claims in the U.S. court system against Kurdish oil exports, the Kurdish natural resources minister said Wednesday.
Tullow: Strong momentum despite loss
Tullow Oil said Wednesday it was in a good position to end 2014 on a high note because of strong production gains in Africa despite poor financial results.
Hess plans IPO to fund Bakken plans
Hess Corp. said Wednesday it would use a new corporate structure to support its growth objectives in the Bakken oil reserve area of North Dakota.
Sen. Menendez: No more relief for Iran
Washington and its allies shouldn't extend sanctions relief for Iran's energy sector further, the chairman of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee said.
Buyer of Kurdish oil revealed in report
A report Tuesday says Talmay Trading of the British Virgin Islands is scheduled to take Kurdish crude oil loaded on a tanker parked off the coast of Texas.
Algeria's gas role questioned
Algeria's role as a key supplier of natural gas to Europe should be reviewed given production declines, the European Council on Foreign Relations said Tuesday.
Norway's oil output on the rise
Total Norwegian production of oil and associated byproducts was 6 percent higher in June than the previous month, the government said Tuesday.
Libyan oil blaze out of control
Libyan officials said fires at an oil storage site near the airport in Tripoli, sparked by violence, continue to burn out of control.
NRDC: Fracking dangers confirmed
Outdated rules governing drinking water leave the U.S. population at risk to exposure to harmful fracking chemicals, an advocacy group said.