Fate Of Energy Companies’ $220-Billion Gain Is In OPEC’s Hands


The world’s biggest oil companies have added $220 billion in value since the middle of this year as crude prices rallied to the highest in more than two years. They will be hoping OPEC doesn’t crash the party. Producers, including ExxonMobil Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell Plc, have shown this year that deep cost cuts…

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