Ships, trains, caves: Oil traders chase storage space in world awash with fuel

Oil traders are struggling to find enough ships, railcars, caverns and pipelines to store fuel as more conventional storage facilities fill up amid abundant supply and plummeting demand due to the coronavirus crisis.

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Oil Jumps in Early Asia Trading After Two Days of Huge Selloffs

Oil surged 10% in early Asia trading after two days of historic routs.

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BP’s CHPC supercomputer mobilized to assist in coronavirus research

BP is joining forces with the US government, universities, and the world’s largest technology companies by providing access to its supercomputer to help researchers halt the spread of COVID-19.

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How an Epic Gamble Exposed the Rot Inside an Oil Empire

The rise and fall of legendary oil trading house Hin Leong: $800 million in hidden losses

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US oil prices crash below $0 a barrel. Global stocks are mixed

US oil prices crashed Monday to a record low as the market continues to be roiled by an epic collapse in demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic

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Saudis to sell 600,000 bbl of oil a day to the U.S. in April

Saudi Arabia is set to sell about 600,000 barrels a day of crude to the U.S. in April, the highest volume in a year, according to a Saudi industry official familiar with allocations to American refiners.

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Schlumberger sees 40% capital spending cuts in North America

Industry leading oilfield service firm Schlumberger sees North American producers cutting their capital spending by 40% in 2020 compared to roughly 15% cutbacks internationally as independent shale firms move more quickly to respond to the demand collapse triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.

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US-Saudi ties strained as Mohammed bin Salman reverses on oil

Crown prince gambled his political capital in Washington by flooding saturated market with discounted crude

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