Crude Oil Prices Fall Ahead of Key OPEC Meeting

which isn't a member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (published 0358 GMT)

Schlumberger Signs Early Oil Deal With Iran -- Update

Schlumberger Ltd., the world's largest oil driller by market value, said Sunday it had signed a preliminary deal to study an Iranian oil field, as Donald Trump's presidential victory has yet to deter U.S.-connected companies from dealing with Tehran. (published 2226 GMT Sunday)

Measuring the Economic Spillover of OPEC's Oil Output Decisions -- The Outlook

OPEC's struggle to balance oil supply and demand globally is exposing economic fault lines around the world. (published 1700 GMT Sunday)

Oil Industry Anticipates 'Peak Demand' Day of Reckoning

This month, European oil company MOL Group delivered a stark message to investors: Demand for fuel in its key markets is bound to fall. (published 1200 GMT Sunday)

Iran Still Hopes to Be Exempt From OPEC Output Cut

Iran is still trying to be exempted from an OPEC output cut but expects the group to reach an agreement on curbs next week, the country's oil minister said Saturday, after tensions over who should shoulder the burden re-emerged in recent days. (published 1851 GMT Saturday)

Argentina to Award More Contracts to Build Renewable Power Generators

Argentine officials on Friday said they would grant more contracts to build renewable power generators, bringing the total investment committed to such projects to $4 billion. (published 0021 GMT Saturday)

Asia Shares, Currencies Roiled by OPEC Skepticism -- Update

Expectations that an Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries production deal was unraveling dominated Asian trade Monday, adding volatility to regional stocks and currencies. (published 0456 GMT)

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November 28, 2016 03:15 ET (08:15 GMT)

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