There appears to be some kind of alliance between the energy giants in the works, but the extent and legal details remain murky.
Appraising the geopolitical and market fallout from the mysterious attack on Saudi oil facilities earlier this month.
New natural gas discoveries have left a divided Cyprus in the middle of a worsening geopolitical storm in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Risks are mounting on both the supply and demand side of global oil markets.
From new bilateral investment treaties to the rise of regional arbitration centers, the rules of the game for African foreign investment are changing – and investors need to change with them.
In the fight against climate change, Beijing is advancing an energy policy that is simultaneously playing the good cop and the bad cop. But it doesn’t need to be this way.
Denmark’s regulatory foot-dragging on Nord Stream 2 could frustrate Russian attempts to isolate Ukraine on a new gas transit deal.
President Ramaphosa inherited a dire national energy outlook, but one that’s not without its own opportunities.
The newly elected president has set out to reverse the long-term decline of Mexico’s state-owned oil giant. But he’s going to have his work cut out for him.
In the fourth article of our series on South China Sea claimants, we examine the historical reasoning, diplomacy, and military dimensions of Indonesia’s claim.