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  1. Has Obama’s foreign policy failed in Iraq?

    The Wall Street Journal’s Dan Henninger on the turmoil in Iraq and President Obama’s foreign policy.

  2. Gulf Keystone recommends voting against M&G nominees

    Oil exploration firm Gulf Keystone said its board would recommend that shareholders vote against four proposed directors backed by M&G Recovery Fund, an activist sha...

  3. Turkey's State Oil Company To Develop Oil Projects In Kurdistan With Exxon -Erdogan

    Turkey's state-run oil firm has struck an agreement with U.S. oil giant Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) to develop joint projects in Kurdish-administered northern Iraq, the ...

  4. Sabotage' Halts Northern Iraq Oil Exports

    Iraq's oil exports from northern Kirkuk oil fields to the Mediterranean port of Ceyhan in Turkey have been on hold since late Sunday due to an "act of sabotage" agai...

  5. Crude Futures Down as Investors Take Profit

    Brent crude oil futures retreated Monday after 13 straight sessions of gains as traders took profits.At 1058 GMT, the March Brent contract on London's ICE futures ex...

  6. Iraq Cabinet Urged to OK BP Talks on Kirkuk Upgrade

    Iraq is considering a multi-billion-dollar deal with U.K. oil major BP PLC (BP) to double the output from the country's giant Kirkuk oil field in northern Iraq, a se...

  7. Iraq December Oil Exports Down 11% On Month

    Iraq's crude oil exports in December fell by 11% because of bad weather in southern oil export terminals and suspension of exports from the Kurdistan region in north...

  8. Total Says Unclear if Iraq Wants it to Exit Halfaya

    Total S.A.'s (TOT, FP.FR) chief executive Christophe de Margerie said Sunday that it is not clear if Iraq wants the French oil giant to withdraw from a major souther...

  9. Iraq says Exxon to quit oilfield, ends Turkey TPAO deal

    Exxon Mobil has informed the Iraqi government it wants to pull out of a $50 billion oil project, and Baghdad expelled Turkey's state oil operator from another contra...

  10. Exxon tells Iraq wants to quit huge oil project

    Exxon Mobil has officially informed Iraq's government it wants to pull out of a $50 billion oil project, telling Baghdad in a letter it has started talks with other ...

  11. Exxon tells Iraq wants to quit West Qurna oilfield: officials

    Exxon Mobil has told Iraq's government it wants to sell its share in the West Qurna-1 oilfield, Iraqi officials said on Wednesday, the first official confirmation th...

  12. OPEC output rises, offsets more Iran shrinkage: survey

    OPEC oil output has risen slightly in October as extra supplies from Iraq, Angola and Libya have offset disruptions in Nigeria and a further decline in Iran to its l...

  1. Obama’s foreign policy flaws

    The Baker Wright Group’s Crystal Wright on the crisis in the Middle East and President Obama’s foreign policies.

  2. Money-generating stock picks

    South Texas Money Management president Jim Kee names stocks with great cashflow.

  3. Iran playing a dominant role in Iraqi politics?

    FOX News military analyst General Thomas McInerney weighs in on the crisis in Iraq and the oil industry.

  4. How to make money in energy

    Doug Cote of Voya Investment Management and Chris Bertelsen of Global Financial Private Capital give their outlooks for the markets.

  5. Markets overreacting to unrest in Iraq?

    Col. Cedric Leighton, USAF (Ret.), ‘Dancing with the Devil’ author Michael Rubin and OPIS Chief oil analyst Denton Cinquegrana on the violence in Iraq.

  6. Oil prices rise on Iraq violence

    FBN’s Peter Barnes on the impact the violence in Iraq is having on oil prices.

  7. Oil prices rise on growing tension in Iraq

    Global Energy Symposium Executive Chair Kent Moors and Lipow Oil Associates President Andy Lipow on the unrest in Iraq and its impact on energy prices.

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