Oil price has declined 19% since a peak in April.
Counter-protesters showed their distaste by blaring their horns during Thunberg's speech.
He says the agreement only referred to cash payments, not royalties.
Industry data adds to concern that global supply keeps growing amidst dwindling demand.
China largest buyer of Tehran’s main export since Trump reimposed sanctions.
Officials say strike happened in late September and took aim at Tehran's ability to spread 'propaganda'.
An analyst believes Moscow can play peacemaker between Riyadh and Tehran.
Putin says Russia, which has 'good relations with all the countries in the region', can also play a 'positive role' in easing tensions.
There is no claim of responsibility for the incident.
International Energy Agency says oversupply could help reduce demand next year after Saudi oil attacks.
Conflict in Middle East reignites concern of threat to global supply.
Boost comes as China and US engage in dialogue again.
Futures in New York edged higher Friday but are down around 6% this week.
Crude fell for 7 straight days through Wednesday – longest losing streak in almost a year.
Aramco’s advisers are arranging meetings with some potential cornerstone investors this week, sources say.
All crew members are safe and are in high spirit following release from Iran’s detention.
However, doubts remain over kingdom’s ability to restore supply by end of September.
The spill has affected at least 13 villages, threatening the livelihoods and health of thousands of people.
Investors are concern about a possible conflict in the Middle East after last week's attacks on Aramco's oil refineries.
PT Medco Energi Internasional is confident strong aviation and petrochemical demand will push crude prices above US$100 a barrel in the next decade.
Given the level of uncertainty into the weekend, prices could remain skewed to the upside, says an analyst.
The Kingdom says oil spending would continue as planned despite oil attacks.
The move to join the International Maritime Security Construct aims to support efforts to thwart threats to trade as well as guarantee energy security.
Donald Trump has been uncharacteristically patient dealing with Iran’s alleged involvement in the drone strikes on Aramco's oil refineries.