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2016-01-28 19:20:00

U.S. LOSERS: $14 BLN

U.S. LOSERS: $14 BLN

During the next eight days, independent U.S. oil explorers are expected to report 2015 losses totaling almost $14 billion, the result of the steepest price collapse in a generation.

Hess Corp. kicks off earnings season for the companies on Wednesday with what analysts predict will be an annual loss of $1.6 billion, its worst performance in at least 28 years. It will be followed by peers including Murphy Oil Corp. and Anadarko Petroleum Corp., which also have been squeezed by a crude drop of more than 70 percent since June 2014.

"It's not going to be pretty," said Carl Larry, head of oil and gas for Frost & Sullivan…

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2019, June, 18, 17:15:00
U.S. INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION UP 0.4%
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OIL PRICE: ABOVE $61 ANEW
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2019, June, 17, 12:55:00
OIL DEMAND GROWTH 1.2 - 1.4 MBD
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ENERGY SECURITY COOPERATION
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