The OPEC-Russia deal seems to be having its intended effect, but how long will it last?
Supply and demand – not geopolitical factors – will move oil prices through 2017.
Frantic negotiations in the lead-up to OPEC’s next meeting, a key vote for the European Union in Italy, and a major development in the Syrian civil war.
Mexico and Canada are waging a silent battle for market share in the US crude oil refining market, and Canada is winning.
Just as OPEC lost control over global oil production with increased production, technology, and innovation from the US in 2011, Saudi Arabia stands to lose its control over OPEC as Iran’s oil & gas industry opens up to foreign investment.
Creeping anarchy and a slumping energy-based economy indicate trouble ahead for Algeria.
This week we examine a potential cleavage developing within OPEC ahead of the cartel’s June 5th meeting.
In this series, Geopoliticalmonitor.com analyzes political fallout from the global plunge in oil prices. Part one focuses on Venezuela and Cuba.