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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

19 Sep 2017

Saudi Aramco could disclose accounts early 2018 - sources

LONDON/DUBAI Saudi Aramco will be able to release its audited financial accounts in early 2018 if the government decides on a venue for listing the oil giant's IPO and finalises several reforms this year, three sources said. (For a graphic on Aramco's suitors click http://tmsnrt.rs/2jr9BCY)

19 Sep 2017

Iraq oil minister says premature to decide on future of output deal

FUJAIRAH, United Arab Emirates OPEC and other oil producers are discussing several options for their supply-cut pact, including an extension and a further cut, but it is premature to decide on what to do beyond March, when the agreement expires, Iraq's oil minister said on Tuesday.

10 Sep 2017

ADNOC could list stake in fuel retail business in early 2018: sources

DUBAI Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC) could list more than 10 percent of its fuel retail business by early 2018 and one or two more businesses later as part of a major shake-up, sources familiar with the matter said.

08 Sep 2017

Saudi Arabia plans to cut crude oil allocations in Oct by 350,000 bpd

DUBAI Saudi Arabia will cut crude oil allocations to its customers worldwide in October by 350,000 barrels per day (bpd), an industry source familiar with Saudi oil policy told Reuters on Thursday.

30 Aug 2017

Corrected - Iraq faces resistance from Asian buyers on "ambitious" oil price change

(Corrects Aug. 25 story in paragraph 11 to show monthly averages for DME Oman were about 20 cents a barrel, not $3 a barrel, above Platts Oman-Dubai; removes incorrect graphic.)

30 Aug 2017

Iraq faces resistance from Asian buyers on "ambitious" oil price change

(This Aug 25 story corrects in paragraph 11 to show monthly averages for DME Oman were about 20 cents a barrel, not $3 a barrel, above Platts Oman-Dubai; removes incorrect graphic.)

29 Aug 2017

Mideast oil producers on low-level alert after Iraq pricing switch

DUBAI/SINGAPORE Gulf OPEC members Saudi Arabia and Kuwait are unlikely to follow Iraq in a major shift in the way it prices its oil in Asia and will monitor Baghdad's attempts to squeeze more dollars from its reform, industry sources said.

22 Aug 2017

Iraq plans major change to oil pricing for Asia

SINGAPORE/DUBAI Iraq has informed its customers that it plans to switch its price benchmark for Basra crude in Asia to DME Oman futures from January, dropping the average of Platts' Oman-Dubai quotes, in a major shift in the way it prices its oil.

17 Aug 2017

UAE's Topaz Energy eyes expansion, better growth in 2018

DUBAI Topaz Energy and Marine expects to expand in Kazakhstan and the Middle East as the Dubai-based oil services company projects better growth for the industry next year with oil prices stabilising around $50 a barrel, its chief executive said.

16 Aug 2017

Iraq's August oil exports dip, still some way off OPEC compliance

DUBAI/LONDON Oil exports from Iraq's southern terminals have fallen so far this month, suggesting the country is trying to step up compliance with OPEC output cuts, but it has a long way to go to match its peers in the producer group.

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