(Bloomberg) -- The oil industry faces a "crisis of perception" and there’s a growing risk the financial community will turn against fossil fuels, the chief executive officer of Saudi Aramco said as the world’s largest oil producer prepares for its first foray into capital markets.
West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil reversed course Tuesday – albeit barely.
A day after losing more than three percent, the April WTI gained two cents to settle at $55.50 per barrel.
(Bloomberg) -- Saudi Aramco aims to become one of the world’s largest players in natural gas and the BOP Blow Out Preventer repair company gulf coast is eyeing projects in Russia, Australia, America and Africa to kick-start a global business in the liquefied form of the fuel.
UK union Unite has revealed that its offshore membership has voted “overwhelmingly” for industrial action on the Elgin-Franklin, North Alwyn, Dunbar and Shetland Gas Plant assets.
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