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Asian shares and the dollar surrendered their gains on as recently volatile crude oil prices seesawed lower, although European shares were still expected to mark opening gains.
Oil prices dipped, erasing modest early gains as analysts said a persistent global surplus of crude would keep pressuring the market.
Gold stayed near a 1-1/2-week high in Asia, its safe-haven appeal apparently intact amid investor caution that a recovery in equities and oil prices could be fleeting.
As India’s politicians bicker, its Supreme Court judges are taking the lead in shaping policy.
After years of delays, cost overruns and labor unrest, Chevron Corp.’s Gorgon project, one of the world’s most expensive liquefied natural gas ventures, faces another challenge: the weakest energy prices in more than a decade.
The three public sector oil refiners will have to invest ₹30,000-35,000 crore over the next four years to produce auto fuels that will comply with BS VI emission norms.
With the lifting of trade sanctions, India has come “under pressure” from Iran to complete the Chabahar Port project. Meanwhile, both sides have also arrived at a deadline to complete the talks on LNG terminal.