OPEC-Shale Price War

FLASH:IEA Reduces Oil Demand Forecast for 2021

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Weak oil demand is projected to persist through the first half of 2021, compounding divisions within the OPEC+ cartel.

Outlook 2021: A Painful Year for Oil Exporters?

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COVID-19 price pressures have savaged the fiscal health of oil producing states. Which ones will be hurting the most in 2021?

OPEC++ Deal Lands with a Whimper

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Past OPEC+ deals have been long on hype and short on substance, and this one is unlikely to be any different.

Is Belarus Doomed to Dependence on Russia?

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Minsk has tried to carve out a more independent niche since the Ukraine crisis, but its room for maneuver remains severely constrained.

Wuhan Coronavirus: The Bear Stalks Global Energy Markets?

Central Command Area of Responsibility (Jun. 29, 2003) -- Commercial oil tanker AbQaiq readies itself to receive oil at Mīnā' al-Bakr Oil Terminal (MABOT), an off shore Iraqi oil installation. The supertanker AbQaiq is the first commercial vessel to receive exported Iraqi oil as an off shore customer since 1991, outside of the United Nations' Oil-for-Food programme. AbQaiq is scheduled to take on an estimated 2 million barrels of crude oil. U.S. Navy and coalition forces are helping to provide security, enforcing an exclusionary perimeter around the terminal. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Andrew M. Meyers. (RELEASED) - https://uz.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fayl:Tanker_offshore_terminal.jpg

China’s coronavirus outbreak couldn’t have come at a worse time for oversupplied oil and natural gas markets.

FLASH: Oil Prices Continue to Creep Upward

030629-N-4790M-001 Central Command Area of Responsibility (Jun. 29, 2003) -- Commercial oil tanker AbQaiq readies itself to receive oil at Mina-Al-Bkar Oil terminal (MABOT) an off shore Iraqi oil installation. AbQaiq is the first commercial vessel to receive a post-war shipment of crude oil for export at Mabot. AbQaiq is scheduled to take on an estimated 2 million barrels of crude oil. U.S. Navy and coalition forces are helping to provide security, enforcing an exclusionary perimeter around the terminal. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Andrew M. Meyers. (RELEASED), https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Search&title=Special:Search&redirs=0&search=oil+tanker&fulltext=Search&fulltext=Advanced+search&ns0=1&ns6=1&ns14=1&advanced=1&searchToken=c8v9kp7zj8qr2ca6bo8zpklqw#%2Fmedia%2FFile%3AOil_tanker_Abqaiq_in_2003.jpg

Oil traders are bullish in the shadow of pending Iran sanctions, with some projections suggesting a return of $100-per-barrel prices.

OPEC Stabilizes Oil Markets, for Now

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In Vienna, OPEC+ displayed its greatest strength… and its greatest weakness.

Global Forecast (05-28-2018)

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Another attempt at Taliban talks in Afghanistan, Venezuela’s oil industry struggles to fulfil its contracts, and Turkey secures a YPG pullout from Manbij.

Outlook 2018: Energy Prices

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Will the energy market of 2018 take its cues from the bearish 2016, or the bullish 2017?

How Long Will OPEC and Russia ‘Play Nice’?

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The OPEC-Russia deal seems to be having its intended effect, but how long will it last?

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