|United States >> 1/26/2007 - KBR announced that both income from continuing operations and net income in the fourth quarter of 2006 were $43 million, or $0.28 per diluted share. This compares to income from continuing operations ...|
|United States >> 1/26/2007 - Halliburton announced today that revenue was $22.6 billion for the full year 2006, an increase of 12% from the full year 2005, and operating income was $3.5 billion, an increase of 33% from the full y...|
|United States >> 1/25/2007 - Occidental Petroleum Corporation announced core earnings were a record $4.349 billion ($5.05 per diluted share) for the twelve months of 2006, compared with $3.732 billion ($4.56 per diluted share) fo...|
|Iran >> 1/22/2007 - Iran's government has set the price of crude oil in the proposed budget for the fiscal year beginning March 21 at $33.7 a barrel to protect itself against the anticipated fluctuations in its price, sa...|
|Austria >> 1/19/2007 - The global economy in 2006 is estimated to have expanded by 5.2%, as a result of broad-based growth in all major regions.The year ended on a positive note as stock markets hit record highs, optimism a...|
|Austria >> 1/19/2007 - Estimate for 2006|
The demand for OPEC crude in 2006 is expected to average 30.1 mb/d. On a quarterly basis, thenew forecast shows that demand for OPEC crude was 31.3 mb/d in the first, 29....
|Austria >> 1/19/2007 - Non-OPEC|
Estimate for 2006
Non-OPEC oil supply is expected to average 49.6 mb/d in 2006, representing an increase of0.6 mb/d over 2005, and a downward revision of 79,000 b/d ve...
|United States >> 1/19/2007 - Schlumberger Limited reported 2006 operating revenue of $19.23 billion versus $14.31 billion in 2005. Income from continuing operations, before charges and credits, of $3.75 billion was 85% higher th...|
|United States >> 1/19/2007 - Schlumberger Limited reported 2006 operating revenue of $19.23 billion versus $14.31 billion in 2005. Income from continuing operations, before charges and credits, of $3.75 billion was 85% higher tha...|
|Austria >> 1/19/2007 - World oil demand in 2006|
The warm winter weather is once again denting demand for oil in its usual upward winter cycle.Although demand for transport fuel picked up, it was not enough to of...
|Austria >> 1/19/2007 - Angola’s oil industry has developed progressively since first oil was produced in the late 1950’s. Over the decades, theindustry has shifted from onshore to offshore operations, and more recently to d...|
|Austria >> 1/19/2007 - Industrialised countries|
United States of America
A recent spate of indicators has increased confidence in the overall resilience of the USeconomy, with improved employment and...
|Austria >> 1/19/2007 - The oil futures market saw bullishmomentum early in the month;however, this was short-lived.According to the CFTC report, noncommercialsincreased net longpositions by 7,200 contracts to19,000 as short...|
|Austria >> 1/19/2007 - OECD|
Preliminary estimated data shows that OECD crude oil imports increased by around 0.2 mb/dor 0.6% to average 30.5 mb/d in November, driven mostly by non-US and Japanese crude oilimport...
|Austria >> 1/19/2007 - USA|
Total commercial oil stocks in the USA witnessed a decline of 17.8 mb in December from theprevious month to stand at 1,027.10 mb, which was 1.4% and 4.9% above the year-ago leveland th...
|Iraq >> 1/18/2007 - Senior Iraqi officials have finished drafting a controversial hydrocarbons law that sets the legal framework for Iraq's oil wealth to be shared among Iraqis and will also allow foreign oil companies t...|
|Australia >> 1/18/2007 - Annual Highlights|
|Saudi Arabia >> 1/17/2007 - Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal rejected the notion that Saudi Arabia might increase its oil output to lower prices and pressure Iran. "Saudi Arabia's policy is very clear in this," he ...|
|United Kingdom >> 1/17/2007 - Despite a sharp fall in crude prices, the ten members of OPEC who agreed to cut their output from October in an attempt to stem falling oil prices are expected to pump a hefty 800,000 barrels a day ov...|
|Saudi Arabia >> 1/16/2007 - Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Ali Naimi said Tuesday that OPEC didn't need to implement further cuts in its output, comments that contributed to further sharp falls in oil prices Tuesday.|