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Vanguard News:
The International Energy Agency, IEA, has warned that demand for oil will plummet by  8.1 million barrels per day (bpd)  in 2020 due to  reduced air travel  occasioned by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Herald:
Oil prices advanced on Friday and were heading for the second week of gains amid growing confidence that demand for fuel is starting to pick up. SEE ALSO: U.S. Navy honours Nigerian officer over N17bn funds disbursement This is in spite of the ...
The Cheer News:
In the last 24hrs, Zambia recorded 226 new cases out of 782 tests (28.9% positive) with 229 recoveries and 5 deaths (BIDs) from Ndola, MTSRIP.
Business Post Nigeria:
By Adedapo Adesanya Crude prices fell on Thursday as new data showed that world oil.
Economic Confidential:
$70 Oil Price Required To Sustain Budget – Fed Govt The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva, has said the country needs an oil price of $70 per barrel and a production of two million barrels per day to sustain its budget.
News Verge:
Oil prices held steady on Thursday after the International Energy Agency lowered its 2020 oil demand forecast, following unprecedented travel restrictions and data showing a decline in U.S. inventories provided some support.
Champion Newspapers:
Brent crude prices held most of it gains from the previous trading session after U.S. government data showed a fall in U.S Crude Stockpiles supporting the view that fuel demand is picking up despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Street Journal:
By Sebastine Obasi, with agency report The International Energy Agency, IEA, has warned that demand for oil will plummet by  8.1 million barrels per day (bpd)  in 2020 due to  reduced air travel  occasioned by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Investor King:
Demands for Nigerian Oil Drops as Buyers Shun Nigerian Crude Oil Crude oil buyers in Europe and Asia are shunning Nigerian crude oil for discounted US crude presently flooding the oil market.
iBrand TV:
Prices move for weekly gain amid cautious hopes for fuel demand recovery Crude oil prices advanced on Friday and were heading for the second week of gains amid growing confidence that demand for fuel is starting to pick up.
Nigerian Watch:
NIGERIAN is facing the prospect of further economic crisis as its crude oil sales to Europe are being threatened by increased US exports which are being sold at discounted prices this making their shipments more attractive to buyers.
Energy Mix Report:
Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) has warned of worsening blackouts in eastern Libya due to a months-long blockade of oil and gas facilities.


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