Price levels climbed Monday morning after falling prices Friday.
[Read more ] • 13.08.2012
Crude price down as Chinese imports fell.
[Read more ] • 10.08.2012
Brent oil price in London up, WTI in New York down.
[Read more ] • 09.08.2012
Crude prices rose sharply on Friday.
[Read more ] • 06.08.2012
Crude oil futures rebounded and settled higher for the first time in five days on Monday.
[Read more ] • 05.06.2012
Crude oil futures dropped sharply on Friday. Softening more Monday morning.
[Read more ] • 04.06.2012
The International Energy Agency has given a stark warning that continued high oil prices are impacting the global economic recovery and it has called for more supplies to be brought on to the market to ease demand.
[Read more ] • 19.05.2011
Energy Secretary Chris Huhne was in Abu Dhabi today asking for further international collaboration on carbon capture and storage.
[Read more ] • 06.04.2011
A global oil trading group has warned that the oil price could go even higher driven by unrest in the Middle East.
[Read more ] • 23.02.2011
Economic data from the US plus an increase in Saudi production and monetary issues helped to push the price of crude oil down below the US $70/barrel benchmark in Asian trading.
[Read more ] • 14.12.2009
Brent North Sea crude has edged up higher in over night trading to nudge near to the US$809/bbl mark.
[Read more ] • 04.12.2009
North Sea crude prices have hit the highest point of the year so far with reports of a surge to punch through the US $77/barrel ceiling.
[Read more ] • 19.10.2009
North Sea oil rose in early Asian trade on Wednesday, on further hopes for a global economic rebound and as the US dollar retreated, the latter forcing a market recalibration in prices given that oil globally is priced in US dollars, traders said.
[Read more ] • 30.09.2009
North Sea crude prices marked time in early Asian trade on Wednesday, digesting the previous day's hefty gains, with benchmark Brent for October delivery drifting down 12 cents to $69.30 a barrel in Singapore trade at around midday local time on the ICE Futures Exchange.
[Read more ] • 09.09.2009
North Sea benchmark crude oil prices moved up in early Asian trade on Tuesday, with benchmark Brent crude for October delivery rising 46 cents to $66.99 a barrel in Singapore trading at around midday local time on the ICE Futures Exchange.
[Read more ] • 08.09.2009
North Sea oil edged up in early Asian trade on Friday as investors marked time ahead of key economic data from the world's biggest consumer of crude, the United States, which is expected to give more indications on whether its economy is turning away from a recession.
[Read more ] • 04.09.2009
Oil prices fluctuated in early Asian trade on Thursday with North Sea oil slightly down while West Texas Intermediate rose, performances which were mixed following US crude inventory data the previous session which was also mixed in indicating the forward directions of demand for petroleum.
[Read more ] • 03.09.2009
North Sea oil prices gained in Asian trade on Tuesday, attempting to shake off the overnight selloff was driven by a strong fall in Chinese stock markets that made people question the global economic recovery. Latest oil prices were boosted by a rebound in those Chinese shares.
[Read more ] • 01.09.2009
North sea oil drifted lower in early Asian trade on Monday as some renewed doubts resurfaced, pouring oil on troubled waters, about the sustainability of the global economic recovery as Asian stocks retreated - led by a 5% fall in China's benchmark stock index.
[Read more ] • 31.08.2009
North Sea oil was stable at above $72 a barrel in early Asian trade on Friday, as investors weighed more signs of apparent economic green shoots for the world's economy with nagging doubts about whether a recovery could be sustained.
[Read more ] • 28.08.2009
North Sea oil was up in early Asian trade on Wednesday, but investors nonetheless showed caution in the face of an overnight fall and renewed concerns about the state of demand for energy globally.
[Read more ] • 26.08.2009
North Sea crude oil prices surged in early Asian trade on Monday, as investors once more came to the conclusion that the glass was half full and not half empty - and that the global economy was turning a corner and on the path back towards a recovery.
[Read more ] • 24.08.2009
North Sea slipped on Friday in early Asian trade as doubts once more reasserted themselves in the minds of investors about the timing of a global economic recovery because of mixed economic data about the world's biggested energy consumer, the United States.
[Read more ] • 21.08.2009
North Sea oil moved up in early Asian trade on Thursday on reborn confidence among investors that global demand was on the up, as the previous day's unexpected drawdown in US inventories - a bullish sign to the market - continued to add positive momentum to buying.
[Read more ] • 20.08.2009
North Sea oil rose above $72 a barrel in early Asian trade on Wednesday, spurring by encourage new inventories data from the world's biggest energy consumer, the US.
[Read more ] • 19.08.2009
North Sea crude prices remained above $70 a barrel in early Asian trade on Tuesday as investors continued to search for clues about the future direction of the world economy and energy consumption patterns.
[Read more ] • 18.08.2009
Swedish producer Lundin Petroleum AB is predicting higher global oil prices, with the group saying it continues to see positive signs indicating the startof an economic recovery following last year's financial crisis.
[Read more ] • 12.08.2009
North Sea oil prices inched up in early Asian trade on Monday as investors looked for further signs of an improvement in global sentiment.
[Read more ] • 10.08.2009
North Sea oil sludged lower in early asian trade on Wednesday, giving up earlier ground achieved after a surprise drawdown in US crude inventories, in a move that traders said marked a pause for breath after a rally that helped the market to add 13% since late last week.
[Read more ] • 05.08.2009
North Sea oil surged again in early Asian trade on Tuesday, as the twin effects of geopolitical volatility which threatened production in Nigeria and the currency effect of a softer US dollar both played into the hands of bullish investors.
[Read more ] • 30.06.2009
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