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Oil kings are under threat, U.S. crude pushing price

Crude from U.S. to Europe threatens Middle East sales in Asia. Some producers review pricing methodology in buyers' market. -Watch video

By Serene Cheong

SINGAPORE
Petroleumworld 01 19
2018

Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown in the world's biggest oil market.

Middle East producers who for decades reigned as the undisputed leaders of oil sales to Asia are sensing a threat to their dominance, which is goading them to review age-old habits. Before the U.S. shale boom and the biggest price crash in a generation, buyers eager to feed their galloping economies had little choice but to purchase their supply even if terms weren't desirable.

Venezuela's PDVSA has some bad news and some really bad news


The country's oil production has collapsed.

By Liam Denning

NEW YORK
Petroleumworld 01 19
2018

I think we can all agree that, absent a war or some deliberate strategy, a 14 percent drop in a country's oil production in the space of one year is not a good thing. Even worse, though, is a 29 percent drop.

 


 

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Trump's offshore oil drilling plan will struggle to lure rigs from other prospects like Guyana

Derick E. Hingle/Bloomberg

U.S. East Coast may be edged out by other tempting prospects. Lawsuits and development costs will dissuade many investors

By Jennifer A Dlouhy

WASHINGTON
Petroleumworld 01 18
2018

Mexico's govt party presidential candidate Jose Antonio Meade sees support fall

Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Instead of draining it, Mexico's presidential candidate gets mired in the swamp. Candidate struggles to distance himself from PRI's problems. Meade sees support fall as new allegations against PRI surface.

By Nacha Cattan

MEXICO CITY
Petroleumworld 01 18
2018

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