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  1. China willing to join Exxon at giant Iraq oilfield

    China is willing to join Exxon Mobil in a giant Iraqi oilfield project, a top executive said on Tuesday, which could see Beijing come to dominate Iraq's oilfields an...

  2. Exxon's Iraq Strategy: Is a Bird in the Hand Worth More than Two in the Bush?

    Rex Tillerson, CEO of ExxonMobil recently met separately with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Kurdistan Regional Government Prime Minister Masoud Barzani to ...

  3. Crude Prices Rise on Hopes for Budget Deal

    Brent crude oil rose above $108 a barrel on Tuesday on signs of progress in talks to resolve a U.S. budget crisis, easing fears the world's top oil consumer could ti...

  4. Knippa: You Want to Own “Stuff”

    Kenai Capital Management’s Tres Knippa on the need for tangible assets in your investment strategy.

  5. 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...

  6. 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 ...

  7. 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...

  8. Exxon seeks to quit flagship Iraq oil project

    Exxon Mobil wants to leave its giant oilfield project in southern Iraq, diplomatic sources said, in a move likely to aggravate the country's internal tensions and ha...

  9. Exxon Seeks to Quit Iraq's W.Qurna Oilfield Project

    Exxon Mobil wants to leave its giant oilfield project in southern Iraq, diplomatic sources said, in a move likely to aggravate the country's internal tensions and ha...

  10. The Most (and Least) Peaceful Countries

    In 2011, world peace improved for the first time in three years. Incidents of terrorism fell and the global economic downturn decreased violence by reducing the amou...

  11. Exxon Barred From Iraq's 4th Energy Licensing Round

    U.S. energy giant Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) will be barred from Iraq's fourth oil-and-gas licensing auction, scheduled for May, because of the deals it struck with the...

  12. As Troops Leave Iraq, Hotel Execs March In

    As soldiers in Iraq packed up their camouflaged backpacks and hopped on flights back to the  U.S., eager hotel executives were flying in the opposite direction towar...

  1. Iraq: a lost cause?

    The Wall Street Journal’s Dan Henninger assesses the escalating situation in Iraq.

  2. 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.

  3. Could violence in Iraq disrupt oil supply?

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

  4. How should White House handle mounting violence in Iraq?

    Gen. Jack Keane, U.S. Army (Ret.), on the unrest in Iraq.

  5. Sunni militant group vows to march on Baghdad

    S&P Capital IQ managing director Mike Thompson, UBS U.S. economist Kevin Cummins, Price Futures Group senior market analyst Phil Flynn and CFR adjunct senior fellow Stephen Biddle on how the renewed conflict in Iraq impacts the markets.

  6. 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 ...

  7. Iraq Budget Deepens Dispute Over Kurdish Oil Revenues

    AMMAN, Jordan--The Iraqi parliament Thursday passed a budget for 2013 that allocated to Kurdistan just a fraction of the oil revenue requested by the semi-autonomous...

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