Iran Nuclear Deal Won’t Devastate the Oil Market

Iran Nuclear Deal Won’t Devastate the Oil Market

Negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 are creating anxiety for oil market participants. A deal is supposed to be reached between the parties by March 31, and some are worried it could lead a flood of oil to enter the already struggling marketplace.

Obama Vetoes Keystone XL Approval

In early January, US President Barack Obama said he'd veto legislation to allow for the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.

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Keith Schaefer: Expect Oil M&A Activity in Q3, Q4 2015

Keith Schaefer spoke to Resource Investing News at VRIC about a variety of topics, including the ongoing glut in the oil market and what he thinks the future holds for major and junior oil companies. He also touched on LNG in British Columbia.

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Woodside Cuts 300 Jobs

Yahoo News reported that Woodside (ASX:WPL) has cut hundreds of jobs as it strives to implement plans to deliver a more streamlined organizational structure in the wake of the global slump in commodities.

Wellstar Announces Results from Mannville Oil Well in Alberta

Wellstar Energy Corp. (TSXV:WSE) announced the results and development plan for its re-entry program at its 35 percent owned Mannville oil well in the Leduc area of Alberta. The re-entry program was put in place to test a potentially productive upper bypass zone in the Glauconitic Manville formation.

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Bayhorse Silver CEO Talks about Light Oil in Saskatchewan

Bayhorse Silver Inc. (TSXV:BHS) President & CEO Graeme O’Neill spoke to Resource Investing News at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference 2015 about the Little Swan light oil prospect in Saskatchewan.

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Oil and Gas Industry May Cancel US$1 Trillion of Planned Projects

Financial Post reported that the fall in oil and gas prices worldwide may lead the industry to cancel about US$1 trillion of planned projects globally over the next couple years, according to Amin Nasser, a senior executive at Saudi Aramco.

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