Weak oil demand is projected to persist through the first half of 2021, compounding divisions within the OPEC+ cartel.
COVID-19 price pressures have savaged the fiscal health of oil producing states. Which ones will be hurting the most in 2021?
Security and development deficiencies lurk behind many of the factors that are keeping Nigeria’s energy sector from realizing its considerable economic promise.
Past OPEC+ deals have been long on hype and short on substance, and this one is unlikely to be any different.
Which exporters stand to lose the most if oil continues to hover at the $50 mark?
China’s coronavirus outbreak couldn’t have come at a worse time for oversupplied oil and natural gas markets.
Riyadh’s evident vulnerability will lead to a search for new regional allies, and Israel is a surprising possible candidate.
The diplomatic consequences are mounting for Saudi Arabia after the apparent assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Oil traders are bullish in the shadow of pending Iran sanctions, with some projections suggesting a return of $100-per-barrel prices.
President Trump’s cozy relationship with Saudi Arabia failed to translate into a production hike from OPEC+ over the weekend.