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Oil Falls On Demand Concerns, Strong Dollar

The International Energy Agency said this weekoildemand growth would grind to a halt in the fourth quarter. The dollar held near recent peaks, supported by expectations the U.S. Federal Reserve will continue to tighten policy

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Oil Slumps On Fears Over Economic Slowdown, Stronger Dollar

Brent crude futures for October settlement fell $1.60, or 1.6 per cent, to $95.12 a barrel

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Oil Prices Fall By 1% Over Fuel Demand Worries Ahead Of OPEC+ Meeting

Oil prices fell about 1% in early trade on Wednesday before paring some losses, ahead of a meeting OPEC+ producers on fears of a slowdown in global growth hitting fuel demand and a firmer dollar

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Oil Slides 2% On Rising US Fuel Stocks And Output

Oil prices slid about 2% on Wednesday as a rise in U.S. gasoline and distillate inventories and worries about slower economic growth around the world offset ongoing concerns about tight crude supplies

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Oil Prices Below $100 Per Barrel, A Day After Crashing 7% On Demand Worries

Oil prices fell below $100 per barrel as US inventory data showed buildups in crude oil amid rising fears of a global economic slowdown

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CNG, PNG Get More Expensive In Mumbai As MGL Hikes Prices: Check New Rates

MGL has increased the retail price of CNG by Rs 4/kg to Rs 80 and that of domestic PNG by Rs 3/SCM (standard cubic metre) to Rs 48.50, in and around Mumbai

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India's Consideration For Crude Oil Purchases Very Well Understood: Kwatra

The foreign secretary said India's consideration for crude oil purchases has been very well understood by the global community

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Pakistan Steeply Hikes Fuel Prices Up To 29% To Secure IMF Funding

The new petrol price has been fixed at Rs 233.89 per litre, HSD at Rs 263.31 per litre and kerosene oil at Rs 211.47 per litre

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India's Petrol, Diesel Sales Jump In First Fortnight Of June

Diesel, the most-used fuel in the country, saw sales jumping 47.8 per cent year-on-year to 3.4 million tonnes between June 1-14.

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Indian Private Refiners Profit From Cheap Russian Crude As State Refiners Suffer

While many Western buyers are avoiding Russian crude in response to its invasion of Ukraine, Indian private refiners such as Reliance and Nayara have been among the biggest buyers this year of discounted Russian supplies

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How The Ukraine Conflict Is Reshaping Global Oil Markets

Even if the EU agrees to an oil ban in its next round of Russian sanctions, analysts said the impact could be tempered by demand from Asia

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India Set To Be Leader In Green Hydrogen: Petroleum Minister Puri At Davos

Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Hardeep Puri said said special emphasis is being given on green hydrogen, biofuel blending and exploration and production of biofuel from alternative sources

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U.S. Energy Secretary Does Not Rule Out Secondary Sanctions On Buyers Of Russian Oil

The United States, along with Britain and Canada have placed bans on purchases of Russian oil after Moscow's invasion of Ukraine. But Washington has not placed so-called secondary sanctions on countries that buy Russian oil, the type of measures it has slapped on countries that buy oil from Iran

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HPCL Q4 Net Declines 40%, Declares Final Dividend Of Rs 14/Share For FY22

HPCL CMD said the company earned $12.44 on turning every barrel of crude oil into fuel in Q4FY22 as against a gross refining margin GRM of $8.11 per barrel in the same quarter a year back

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EU Tweaks Russia Oil Sanctions Plan In Bid To Win Over Reluctant States: Sources

The European Commission has proposed changes to its planned embargo on Russian oil to give Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic more time to prepare for the shift in their energy supplies, three EU sources said on Friday

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