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Gulf OPEC allies to extend oilfield shut down into next month as they seek to solve longstanding dispute
US oil major says Wafra oilfield will not resume operations until difficulties are resolved
Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Co signs agreement with subsidiary of global energy giant Chevron Corp
The reduced increase would ease the drag on prices despite the global supply glut
US energy company trying to boost production from Wafra field in so-called Neutral Zone
Second largest US energy company will expand its exploration in the Arabian Gulf
Oil company is testing steam flooding technology on parts of the oil field
Kuwait and Saudi Arabia plan to increase the percentage of oil recovered from fields.
Energy giant ties up with GreenGulf to start testing in late 2010 in Gulf state.
US company set to start tests on solar panels, energy efficient lighting soon.
Report says oil major's presence reduced to an office overseeing ops in Saudi/Kuwaiti run neutral zone.
Saudi Steel Pipes Co (SSP) to kick-off programme by offering 31.4% of its capital to investors this month.
Crude oil price hits $60 a barrel as a flurry of US refinery problems stoke supply fears leading into the peak summer driving season.
Kuwait Gulf Oil Co official says 20-year plan aims to boost oil output to 900,000 bpd.
Total, Chevron asked to bid against Norway's StatoilHydro to develop southern oilfield.
Development of the energy sector in Iraq has proven cumbersome and highly controversial, but ink is finally being put to paper.
Oman says considering selling 'from a business point of view' not because of delays.
New deal on oldest oil concession that helped US industrialist Jean Paul Getty fortune.
War-torn Iraq says failed to sign technical support contracts with global oil majors over disagreements.
Crude prices fall after Nigeria gov't prevents potentially crippling strike by Chevron workers.
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