|Symbol||Name||Price (Intraday)||Change||% Change||Volume||Avg Vol (3 month)||Market Cap||PE Ratio (TTM)||52 Week Range|
|XOM||Exxon Mobil Corporation||60.40||-1.59||-2.56%||39.338M||24.441M||255.706B||N/A|
|PTR||PetroChina Company Limited||44.64||-0.83||-1.83%||328,330||197,096||139.483B||8.42|
|RDS-B||Royal Dutch Shell plc||37.22||-2.05||-5.22%||4.77M||3.488M||151.427B||N/A|
|RDS-A||Royal Dutch Shell plc||39.08||-2.17||-5.26%||10.9M||5.321M||152.557B||N/A|
|SNP||China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation||50.66||-2.04||-3.87%||226,510||126,757||77.793B||5.57|
|PBR||Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - Petrobras||11.37||-0.04||-0.35%||35.592M||34.931M||74.156B||6.59|
|PBR-A||Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - Petrobras||11.12||+0.02||+0.18%||12.463M||10.781M||73.377B||6.44|
|EPD||Enterprise Products Partners L.P.||23.98||-0.58||-2.36%||11.517M||5.916M||52.401B||14.03|
|TRP||TC Energy Corporation||51.41||-1.31||-2.48%||1.628M||1.725M||50.732B||26.86|
|EOG||EOG Resources, Inc.||79.31||-2.12||-2.60%||9.421M||3.943M||46.286B||734.35|
|CNQ||Canadian Natural Resources Limited||34.41||-0.62||-1.77%||3.522M||2.98M||41.07B||22.36|
|KMI||Kinder Morgan, Inc.||17.66||-0.65||-3.55%||25.162M||15.465M||39.992B||21.99|
|MPC||Marathon Petroleum Corporation||58.87||-2.09||-3.43%||8.981M||6.922M||38.422B||N/A|
|SU||Suncor Energy Inc.||23.39||-0.62||-2.58%||7.245M||6.544M||35.507B||1,670.71|
|PXD||Pioneer Natural Resources Company||154.84||-2.66||-1.69%||9.596M||2.506M||37.774B||N/A|
|WMB||The Williams Companies, Inc.||26.06||-0.87||-3.23%||12.814M||7.633M||31.657B||27.49|
|VLO||Valero Energy Corporation||76.02||-2.56||-3.26%||7.078M||3.485M||31.074B||N/A|
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Chevron Corp said on Saturday it was returning offshore workers who had been evacuated ahead of Tropical Storm Claudette from its Gulf of Mexico production platforms. Chevron said it was ramping up production at its Tahiti platform where production had been halted by the storm. Other Chevron-operated facilities in the Gulf are running at normal levels, it said in a notice on its website https://www.chevron.com/media/updates.
HOUSTON (Reuters) -Chevron Corp said on Saturday it was returning offshore workers who had been evacuated ahead of Tropical Storm Claudette from its Gulf of Mexico production platforms. Chevron said it was ramping up production at its Tahiti platform where production had been halted by the storm. Other Chevron-operated facilities in the Gulf are running at normal levels, it said in a notice on its website https://www.chevron.com/media/updates.
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HOUSTON (Reuters) -The first storm to hit oil-producing regions of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico this year sent workers fleeing offshore oil platforms and cut some production. A weather disturbance in the central Gulf of Mexico was expected to become a tropical storm on Friday. It was moving north at about 14 miles per hour (22 kmh) and could bring up to 12-inches of rain to the central U.S. Gulf Coast by Saturday, the National Weather Service said.