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Experts differ on how high prices can go

Experts differ on how high prices can go

FALLING US stockpiles of crude and heating oil, and the continuing struggle to bring Gulf of Mexico refining...

  • 16 September 2005
  • 17:30

Katrina still keeping oil prices high

HURRICANE Katrina has passed but her effects are still being felt, with the United States government...

  • 09 September 2005
  • 18:45
Katrina pushes prices higher

Katrina pushes prices higher

HURRICANE Katrina � one of the worst natural disasters to hit the United States � sent oil prices soaring...

  • 02 September 2005
  • 17:15
Fears over storms and unrest push oil prices to new highs

Fears over storms and unrest push oil prices to new highs

OIL prices spiked again this week, briefly touching US$68 per barrel on Thursday before easing slightly,...

  • 26 August 2005
  • 16:45
Prices settle at US$62-63 per barrel

Prices settle at US$62-63 per barrel

THIS week saw the biggest one-day fall in four months on news of climbing inflation and slowing fuel...

  • 19 August 2005
  • 18:00

Oil prices reach new record

FORECASTS of falling non-OPEC output growth, coupled with increasing anxiety over Iran�s nuclear program...

  • 12 August 2005
  • 19:30
Royal death and refinery woes push prices to new highs

Royal death and refinery woes push prices to new highs

THE death of an Arabian king and rekindled fears over United States refinery problems saw world oil prices...

  • 05 August 2005
  • 20:00
Mixed signals see no sustained change in prices

Mixed signals see no sustained change in prices

OIL prices bounced back past US$60 per barrel briefly on Thursday amid mixed messages from markets trying...

  • 29 July 2005
  • 19:45

Prices fall as hurricane fears ease

OIL prices plunged this week as it became apparent Hurricanes Dennis and Emily had largely spared Gulf...

  • 22 July 2005
  • 19:45
Prices fall as hurricane and Chinese demand ease off

Prices fall as hurricane and Chinese demand ease off

OIL prices ebbed and flowed this week following the menace of Hurricane Dennis, robust United States...

  • 15 July 2005
  • 18:30
London bombings, storms push prices to new levels

London bombings, storms push prices to new levels

OIL climbed to a new US$62-per-barrel peak this week then fell as dealers calculated the likely global...

  • 08 July 2005
  • 20:00

High oil prices starting to bite

WORLD oil prices fell mid-week on unexpected news of increased stocks of crude and transportation fuels...

  • 01 July 2005
  • 17:15
Slugcatcher's oil optimism

Slugcatcher's oil optimism

Slugcatcher looks at the reasons underpinning oil's possible return to $US80/bbl by the end of 2017....

Policy the key to energy future

Policy the key to energy future

No easy policy fix amidst inevitable price rises for east coast gas, Wood Mac analyst says.

Gas crisis very real: Ai Group

Gas crisis very real: Ai Group

Industry agrees with thrust of report finding gas crisis doesn't exist, but there is a deeper story....

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Voelte's prophetic word

Voelte's prophetic word

Slugcatcher wonders what would've happened had Queensland's LNG operators thought like Don Voelte.

Opinion

The merits of an Aussie Aramco

The merits of an Aussie Aramco

Credit Suisse's Aussie Aramco idea should not be so easily dismissed, veteran John Boardman says.

On the record

Expert slams 'Aussie Aramco' solution

Expert slams 'Aussie Aramco' solution

Wood Mackenzie expert slams state-owned oil company idea as solution to energy woes.

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