Acacia Mining protests 'unexplainable' tax bill from Tanzania.
Sterling climbs above $1.30, as investors await figures on UK's economic growth.
Reports say oil giant and technology company among several others bidding for Equis Energy.
FCA says trader already docked for insider trading could be given three more years in jail if he does not meet a confiscation order.
Cartel has asked for a cap on Nigerian output, and called on several members to boost compliance.
"Weaker than expected activity" behind lowering of forecast for the British economy.
Diezani Alison-Madueke, Nigeria's oil minister from 2010-15, is being pursued for alleged corruption allegations.
ECB President says premature tightening of economic policy would jeopardise recovery in the Eurozone.
Latin American country says it won't be able to play its part in ongoing production cuts on financial grounds.
Singapore's main exchange, the SGX, will be out to lunch from noon to 1pm from mid November.
Energy industry's lack of appeal for women and the young remains a major cause for concern.
IEA says crude demand drivers 'elsewhere' while Moody's says EVs would only provide modest earnings boost for auto-parts makers.
The backbone of UAE's oil and gas business is aiming to list one of its business entities.
Dudley tells IBTimes UK that digitisation and process optimisation will help BP break-even in the $30 range.
The deal would see proceeds of burgeoning US crude production delivered to India which is among the world's largest oil consumers.
Don't be tone deaf to energy transition concerns of emerging economies, Ben van Beurden tells the World Petroleum Congress.
Standard Chartered's Peter Gaw says industry should get real and accept an era of low prices.
Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo said it would be premature to bring discussions up at World Petroleum Congress.
US Secretary of State tells World Petroleum Congress he thought he'd be in retirement when his time for bagging the prestigious Dewhurst Award arrived.