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Energy efficiency progress falters amid pandemic: IEA

03 Dec 2020

LONDON Global progress toward energy efficiency has slowed to its lowest rate in 10 years due to subdued prices amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the International Energy Agency said on Thursday, dealing a setback to efforts to curb climate change.

UPDATE 3-Oil prices slip as market awaits output deal

02 Dec 2020

* Coming up: EIA inventory data at 1530 GMT (Updates prices, adds comment)

Exclusive: CEO of Angolan energy giant says will speed up asset sales, reform despite COVID-19

02 Dec 2020

LISBON Angola's state oil giant Sonangol will next year accelerate reforms and efforts to raise revenue after the pandemic drained investor interest in an asset sale that has so far netted only around $60 million, its CEO told Reuters in a rare interview.

EXCLUSIVE-CEO of Angolan energy giant says will speed up asset sales, reform despite COVID-19

02 Dec 2020

LISBON, Dec 2 Angola's state oil giant Sonangol will next year accelerate reforms and efforts to raise revenue after the pandemic drained investor interest in an asset sale that has so far netted only around $60 million, its CEO told Reuters in a rare interview.

Global crude market finds support mainly from China demand

19 Nov 2020

NEW YORK/MOSCOW/LONDON China, the global oil market's lifeline this year, has stepped up purchases from exporters like Russia, the United States and Angola in recent weeks, while buyers elsewhere pare orders as coronavirus infections surge and fresh lockdowns are put in place.

UPDATE 6-Oil settles higher boosted by latest COVID-19 vaccine progress

16 Nov 2020

* OPEC+ October supply cut compliance seen at 96%, sources say

Global oil demand unlikely to get vaccine boost until later in 2021, says IEA

12 Nov 2020

LONDON Global oil demand is unlikely to get a significant boost from the roll-out of vaccines against COVID-19 until well into 2021, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Thursday, a view that curbed oil price gains since vaccine progress was announced earlier this week.

Global oil demand unlikely to get vaccine boost until later in 2021, says IEA

12 Nov 2020

LONDON Global oil demand is unlikely to get a significant boost from the roll-out of vaccines against COVID-19 until well into 2021, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Thursday, a view that curbed oil price gains since vaccine progress was announced earlier this week.

Brent touches $45/bbl on vaccine hopes and U.S. crude drawdown

11 Nov 2020

NEW YORK Global oil benchmark Brent rose on Wednesday, briefly touching a more than two-month high above $45 a barrel on hopes of a COVID-19 vaccine that could boost demand and later pulling back as concerns about rising cases overtook bullish news.

IEA sees new European lockdowns denting oil demand outlook

09 Nov 2020

LONDON Renewed lockdown measures in Europe aimed at containing a rise in COVID-19 cases appear set to push the outlook for global oil demand toward the downside, an official with the International Energy Agency (IEA) said.

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