MarketWatchGunvor: no rebound to $100 oil, contango to deepenReutersAMSTERDAM Jan 22 (Reuters) - Oil trader Gunvor's head of analysis said on Thursday crude was unlikely to return to $100 a barrel in the foreseeable future, but prices were expected to be volatile as traders sought to move oil into storage during the ...Opinion: You can still cash in on the collapse in crude oilMiddle East Oil Producers Could See $300 Billion Export LossIs it time to get back into oil? ...

Saudi Arabia's new king is expected to stick to an OPEC policy of keeping oil output steady to protect the cartel's market share from rival producers, even as energy markets face some of the biggest shifts in decades.

ReutersOil jumps after Saudi king's death amid huge market shiftsReutersSINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices jumped in early Asian trading on Friday as news of the death of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah added to uncertainty in energy markets already facing some of the biggest shifts in decades. Abdullah died early on Friday and ...Saudi king's death will impact the price of oil, but by how much?What now for oil after Saudi king's death?Oil Rises After Death of Saudi King, but Effect...

The 7-month-old plunge in oil prices will force Moscow to cut its budget for 2015 by 10 percent, perhaps even 15 percent, a senior Russian government official told a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland. Russia, the world’s largest producer of crude, traditionally has relied heavily on oil revenues to run its government, but Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said Jan. 21 that it is easing that reliance by tapping its currency reserves to make up...

Following a meeting of the EU foreign ministers in late December 2014 the European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini stated, “Iran is not only the country with which we have nuclear talks, it is also a regional important player [sic] and this practically means that we will have to engage with Iran also on its neighborhood.” This statement highlights the two issues under intense discussion between the EU and Iran – the nuclear dispute...

New York TimesCiting Falling Oil Prices, Iraq Seeks Arms on Credit to Fight ISISNew York TimesLONDON — Battered by a sharp decline in oil prices, Iraq is asking Western allies to provide weapons on credit for its fight against the Islamic State until Baghdad is in a better position to pay. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi of Iraq said on ...Iraqi PM warns falling oil price could hurt fight against Islamic StateIraqi PM: Lower oil prices could impede ISIS fightOil Price...

BusinessweekOil Prices: The Perils of Bottom FeedingBusinessweekOver the past six months, oil prices have plunged more than 50 percent to below $50 a barrel, their lowest level since before the recession ended in 2009. That's slashed gasoline prices, triggered thousands of layoffs in the oil patch—and spurred a ...Oil Crash Impact On Other Energy Sources: Finding Opportunities

Greentech MediaGE Scales Back Production of Grid-Scale Durathon BatteriesGreentech MediaGeneral Electric is significantly scaling back production of its sodium-ion Durathon batteries, a move that comes amid what the company says is a slow-to-develop market for grid-scale energy storage -- or, at least, not as fast-growing as it hoped it ...

When complete, the Kingfisher Wind Power plant is expected to be one of the two largest single-phase wind projects in Oklahoma.

Gunvor's head of analysis says crude was unlikely to return to $100 a barrel in the foreseeable future.

Milwaukee Journal SentinelHealthy Kids: Be careful with button batteriesSTLtoday.comEach year in the United States, more than 5,000 children are treated in emergency departments for swallowing button batteries. Eighty-four percent of the battery-related ingestions are under the age of 18, with more than 75 percent under the age of 5.A growing hazard for children: swallowing 'button' batteries

Key Issues and Updates on the Keystone XL Oil PipelineABC NewsTo build or not to build? That question is at the heart of the debate over the Keystone XL oil pipeline. The answer, and the fate of the $8 billion project, depends on what happens in Congress, the courts, the White House and with TransCanada, the ...Senate Republicans Unanimously Block Amendment To Keep Keystone Oil In ...