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Jeddah starts oil-price dialogue, but no quick fix
Jeddah starts oil-price dialogue, but no quick fix
World energy powers embarked on a new level of dialogue to rein in runaway oil prices at an emergency meeting in the Red Sea city of Jeddah on...
Will former shepherd boy pour oil on world's troubles?
Will former shepherd boy pour oil on world's troubles?
There will be speeches on Saturday from King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown at the energy summit in Jeddah that...
Saudi Arabia to raise crude production to ease prices
Saudi Arabia to raise crude production to ease prices
Saudi Arabia, Opec's largest oil producer, moved to take some of the heat out of rising fuel prices on Sunday with plans to increase production...
Opec poised to keep output steady, US unhappy
Opec poised to keep output steady, US unhappy
Opec ministers are poised to hold output steady at a meeting on Wednesday, resisting pressure from top consumer the United States to pump more oil...
Oil jumps more than $1 on US pipeline fire
Oil jumps more than $1 on US pipeline fire
Oil prices rebounded by over $1 a barrel on Thursday, after an explosion and fire at an oil terminal in Minnesota shut down most of the main...
Concern mounts as oil price nears $120
Concern mounts as oil price nears $120
International concern mounted as world oil prices edged closer to $120 a barrel Wednesday and the world's top producer called for calm.
Oil eases below $105
Oil eases below $105
Oil eased to under $105 a barrel on Friday, but stayed within sight of its record high from the previous session, with a tumbling United States...
Opec keeps output steady in face of $100 oil
Opec keeps output steady in face of $100 oil
Ministers of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) on Wednesday agreed to keep oil output steady and said record high prices...
Oil rebounds from worst week ever
Oil rebounds from worst week ever
Oil bounced back above $89 a barrel on Monday as traders bet last week's nearly $10 sell-off was overdone, and might turn the tides against an...
Oil prices drop on Opec news, stronger dollar
Oil prices drop on Opec news, stronger dollar
Oil prices dropped on Tuesday after a key Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) member left open the possibility the oil cartel...

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