International Energy Agency
IEA Cuts Oil Demand Forecast
Oil demand growth falls to its lowest level in years as the global economy slows.
IEA: U.S. to Drive Oil Supply Growth
Over the next five years, the U.S. will take aim at becoming the top oil exporter, the agency said.
U.S. Shale Surge Drives up Global Oil Supply
The International Energy Agency warns that U.S. shale production could complicate OPEC's efforts to restrain output.
IEA Walks Back Forecast of End to Oil Glut
After predicting last month the market would return to balance, the agency now says that forecast may have been premature.
Global Oil Production to Fall Behind Demand
The International Energy Agency says the oil glut is clearing out even as OPEC producers pump at record or near record levels.
Oil Prices May Have Bottomed Out, IEA Says
Prices have risen to more than $40 a barrel in recent days amid a drop in both OPEC and non-OPEC production.
New Iran Supplies Will Add to Oil Price Pressures
The oil markets could be left with a surplus of 1.5 million barrels a day in the first half of 2016, says the IEA.
Oil Prices to Pick Up Slowly To 2020, IEA Says
While it won't be a smooth market adjustment, the price of oil should hit $80 per barrel in less than five years, says the IEA.
U.S. Producers to ‘Bear Brunt’ of Oil Price Rout
An International Energy Agency forecast is the gloomiest for U.S. oil production since crude prices crashed last month.
Oil Glut to Continue Through 2016
The International Energy Agency says a "rebalancing" between supply and demand is under way but it will be a lengthy process.
Crude Stocks Curtailing Oil’s Rebound
Robust U.S. oil production and other factors are causing crude inventories to soar, setting the stage for another drop in oil prices.