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Irina Slav

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Irina Slav

Irina is a writer for Oilprice.com with over a decade of experience writing on the oil and gas industry.

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  • U.S. Releases Another 13.4 Million Barrels From SPR

    Published 26 January 2022 | viewed 4,155 times

    The U.S. administration has approved the release of another 13.4 million barrels of crude from the strategic petroleum reserve in a move first announced last…

  • Oil Falters On Unexpected Crude Inventory Build

    Published 26 January 2022 | viewed 6,729 times

    Crude oil prices moved lower today after the Energy Information Administration reported a crude oil inventory build of 2.4 million barrels for the week to…

  • Guyana’s Oil Production To Increase Three-Fold Next Month

    Published 26 January 2022 | viewed 2,479 times

    Exxon plans to begin oil production from a second platform offshore Guyana next month, Reuters reported this week, citing an unnamed source familiar with the…

  • The Era of Cheap Renewables Grinds To A Halt

    Published 25 January 2022 | viewed 15,367 times

    The continual decline in production cost for wind, solar, and EV batteries was touted as the driver of their growing adoption and ultimate takeover of…

  • TAP Gas Pipeline Ready To Expand Capacity Ahead Of Schedule

    Published 25 January 2022 | viewed 5,357 times

    The Trans-Adriatic Pipeline could expand its capacity a year ahead of schedule, the managing director of the project, Luca Schieppati, told Italian media as quoted…

  • U.S. Solar Boom Stumbles

    Published 25 January 2022 | viewed 4,616 times

    Higher costs and supply constraints are causing problems for what many see as a solar industry boom in the United States under the strongly pro-renewables…

  • Inflation Could Push Oil Supply Into The Danger Zone

    Published 24 January 2022 | viewed 19,189 times

    Concern about crude oil supply began to show around the time some central bank policy observers started warning against taking inflation trends lightly, as something…

  • Mexico's Energy Minister Hits Back At Refinery Criticism

    Published 24 January 2022 | viewed 1,121 times

    The new Dos Bocas refinery that Mexico’s government is building to reduce the country’s dependence on fuel imports is “being built in record time. Opinions…

  • Iraq Is Preparing For Higher Oil Demand

    Published 24 January 2022 | viewed 3,188 times

    Iraq is already scheduling crude oil shipments for delivery in March thanks to strong demand, the deputy head of the State Organization for the Marketing…

  • New ESG Wave Hits Wall With Disinterested Investors

    Published 23 January 2022 | viewed 7,845 times

    “Not everyone likes ESG” is how Bloomberg columnist Matt Levine titled a recent column in which he discussed pro-ESG arguments and then went on to…

  • Canada Sees Oil Investment Rise 22% In 2022

    Published 21 January 2022 | viewed 3,391 times

    Investments in crude oil this year in Canada could rise by as much as 22 percent, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. While…

  • IEA ''Loses'' 200 Million Barrels Of Crude Oil

    Published 21 January 2022 | viewed 51,055 times

    The International Energy Agency is looking for 200 million barrels of oil. The crude has not been displaced, it seems. Rather, there is a 200-million-barrel…

  • Oil Prices Move Higher On Small Crude Inventory Build

    Published 20 January 2022 | viewed 4,850 times

    Crude oil prices rose today after the U.S. Energy Information Administration reported a modest inventory build of 500,000 barrels for the week to January 14.…

  • Market Shrugs Off Biden's Readiness To Tackle Oil Price Rally

    Published 20 January 2022 | viewed 4,096 times

    Crude oil prices dipped this week after the White House said there were still tools on the table to address the rising prices of the…

  • Energy Storage Could Emerge As The Hottest Market Of 2022

    Published 19 January 2022 | viewed 5,924 times

    A few years ago, battery energy storage began drawing attention as what one industry executive at the time called the Holy Grail of renewable energy.…

  • White House Ready To Deploy "Tools" For Oil Price Control

    Published 19 January 2022 | viewed 13,205 times

    The Biden administration stands ready to deploy its tools to address the latest increase in oil prices, a spokeswoman for the National Security Council said…

  • Permian Oil Output Hits Record

    Published 19 January 2022 | viewed 16,449 times

    Crude oil production in the Permian shale play reached a record-high last month, averaging 4.92 million bpd, the Energy Information Administration reported in the latest…

  • The Worst Is Yet To Come For UK Households As Energy Prices Soar

    Published 18 January 2022 | viewed 4,761 times

    When in December the UK government discussed raising a ceiling on household power utility bills, a warning immediately ensued, stating that such a move would…

  • Oil Market Shows No Signs Of Cooling

    Published 18 January 2022 | viewed 6,400 times

    The crude oil market has been running hot lately and is showing no signs of cooling, based on the latest trading insight from Bloomberg. Traders…

  • Stop Building Coal Plants Now: UN Chief

    Published 18 January 2022 | viewed 1,485 times

    The world should stop building new coal plants and phase out those already in existence, the secretary-general of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, said at…

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