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There must be an agreement between all oil-producing countries to curtail production, otherwise the price of oil will remain stagnant.
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The shift to driverless cars and ride-hailing poses a real threat to the oil and auto industries, but creates new opportunities as well.
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The current oil glut turn into a shortage if new projects aren't approved, IEA warns.
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Blame low oil prices and ... the carbon tax?
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Oil is at its highest price in a year and a half.
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OPEC is on the verge of a deal to cut oil production.
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We used to be an oil and manufacturing power. What will we be now?
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And that could be a good thing.
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“Our ... concern now is that the housing bubble will burst before the year is out."
"At halfway in 2016 the oil market looks to be balancing,."
Companies shouldn't rely on the assumption of ever-growing demand.