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Cenkos: Oil & Gas Sector -- 88 Energy, Premier Oil, United Oil & Gas, UK Oil & Gas Plc, Empyrean Energy, Apache Corporation, Total SA, Tullow Oil, Neptune Energy, Equinor ASA, Westmount Energy, FAR, Energean Oil & Gas, BP Plc, TransGlobe Energy, JKX Oil &

Oil posted a record weekly jump on hopes that global producers will decide to make historic output cuts next week, though optimism was tempered by concern that the curbs will not avert a glut. The OPEC+ coalition including Saudi Arabia will hold a meeting of its members by video conference on Monday, with the gathering open to even producers outside the group. While it's unclear who will attend, market watchers are predicting that stockpiles are likely to swell even if global supplies are cut by 10 million barrels a day. Investors will be closely watching the guest list of the meeting -- especially names outside the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies -- after Saudi Arabia made clear it will only cut production if others, including the US, shoulder some of the burden. US West Texas Intermediate futures ended the week up 32%, while Brent crude jumped 37%. Still, prices are less than half the levels at the start of the year, with the coronavirus crisis crushing demand. One delegate from the producer group said a global cut of 10 million barrels a day is a realistic goal. Russian President Vladimir Putin told the country's top oil executives that producing countries should join together to slash output to reverse the collapse in prices, adding that worldwide curbs of a little above or below 10 million barrels a day are possible. Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump is convening an extraordinary gathering of the nation's biggest refiners and producers at the White House on Friday. They are expected to discuss possible relief efforts from the administration, including potential American output cuts. Prices:  West Texas Intermediate for May delivery rose $3.02 to settle at $28.34 a barrel Friday.  Global benchmark Brent crude for June settlement jumped 14% to $34.11 a barrel.  Gasoline futures rose 2.88 cents to 69.16 cents a gallon Friday. Getting countries from all over the world to agree would be a tough task. Even if that's successful, an output reduction of the size that's being discussed will be just a fraction of the 35 million barrels of daily demand destruction some traders now see

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