NEW YORK/HOUSTON (Reuters) - U.S. shale producers pounced on the chance to lock in future revenue for this year and next after oil prices surged by the most in 30 years early this week following attacks
Iran's attack reveals weakness. Trump can do nothing and wait for sanctions to continue crushing the mullahs' regime. Should Saudi Arabia and/or the United States retaliate beyond a new round of sanctions?
An almighty oil market kerfuffle in the wake of an audacious attack on Saudi Arabia’s state-owned energy behemoth Aramco appears to be easing, at least for now. In the small hours of the morning of September
The Sept. 14 attack on two of Saudi Arabia’s biggest crude oil production plants sent shock waves through energy markets and triggered the biggest one-day jump in Brent crude prices on record. In volume