Oil & Gas Exploration
The vilification of oil is bad for perception but good for business for the largest oil companies.
Technology is determining the winners and losers of the global oil industry.
Iran’s energy engagement is serving to solidify Iraqi Kurdistan’s shift towards greater autonomy.
Oman has adopted progressive policies compared to its neighbors in the MENA region, and it’s now reaping rewards in the field of energy investment.
Western states would prefer to deal with dictatorships to shore up their energy security.
The worst is yet to come for struggling oil producers.
After a forgettable 2015, Canada’s energy industry is preparing for another tough year.
With no recovery in sight for oil prices, will the “fragile five” governments of Libya, Iraq, Nigeria, Venezuela, and Algeria succumb to their fiscal pressures?
Last week’s rally in crude prices has proven to be short-lived thanks in large part to OPEC and more bad news from China.
What was once a supply-side phenomenon is now being aggravated by falling global demand, meaning lower oil prices and even more pain for long-suffering oil producers.