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Irina Slav

Oilprice.com

Contributor since: 17 Jan 2016

Irina Slav

Biography

Irina is a writer for the U.S.-based Divergente LLC consulting firm with over a decade of experience writing on the oil and gas industry.

Latest articles from Irina

  • The Wealthiest Oil & Gas Billionaires In The U.S.

    Published 28 March 2017 | viewed 4,414 times

    Forbes has published the latest edition of its global list of billionaires, featuring 565 from the U.S., which made the country the top generator of…

  • Oil Majors Lower Risk: Favor Shale Over Offshore

    Published 27 March 2017 | viewed 5,925 times

    The first three months of this year have made one thing crystal clear: Big Oil is set on expanding in shale—hardened by the lessons the…

  • Pro-Extension Voices In OPEC Become Louder

    Published 27 March 2017 | viewed 6,772 times

    In a statement, the joint committee of seven oil ministers from the parties to the cut said that the deal could be extended for another…

  • Is The Private Equity Oil Rush Back On?

    Published 26 March 2017 | viewed 6,129 times

    Private equity funds are back in the oil game with piles of cash to spend, emboldened by oil prices of around $50 a barrel, even…

  • Self-Driving Cars May Just Be the Start

    Published 26 March 2017 | viewed 6,243 times

    The self-driving car race has been intensive, especially recently, with new partnerships being announced on a regular basis as tech companies team up with carmakers…

  • PetroChina Mulls $85 Billion Spinoff

    Published 23 March 2017 | viewed 4,765 times

    PetroChina may be considering a spinoff for its oil and gas pipeline business, which could be worth as much as $85 billion, according to investment…

  • Are Banks About To Derail The New U.S. Shale Boom?

    Published 22 March 2017 | viewed 10,238 times

    Just when international oil benchmarks are sliding down, banks are preparing to review the credit lines of U.S. E&Ps. Starting in April, lenders will reassess…

  • Goldman Sachs: OPEC’s Influence On Oil Prices Is Dwindling

    Published 22 March 2017 | viewed 8,681 times

    In a research note, Goldman Sachs has effectively demoted OPEC from a price setter to a mere inventory manager, with the cartel’s long-term control over…

  • Crude Inventory Build Sends Oil Prices Into A Nosedive

    Published 22 March 2017 | viewed 9,577 times

    Amid growing worry about the direction that oil prices are heading into, the Energy Information Administration reported a 5-million-barrel build in U.S. commercial oil inventories…

  • A Sign Of Slowing Demand? Chinese Refiners Reach Crude Import Quota

    Published 21 March 2017 | viewed 4,789 times

    China’s independent refiners known as teapots have used up the amount of imported crude that the government allocated to them in January, which means imports…

  • Is China The Next Key Influencer In The Middle East?

    Published 20 March 2017 | viewed 4,338 times

    Saudi Arabia’s king Salman last week invited Beijing to take a more active part in Middle East politics and in response, the Chinese Foreign Ministry…

  • Who Gets Control Of Libya’s Oil As The Guns Go Silent?

    Published 20 March 2017 | viewed 3,452 times

    The Libyan National Oil Corporation expects to soon regain control over the Es Sider and Ras Lanuf oil terminals, which were the point of clashes…

  • Submerged Platforms To Revolutionize Offshore Oil & Gas

    Published 19 March 2017 | viewed 9,054 times

    Efficiency is the new buzzword for the oil and gas industry in case someone’s missed it. But it is more than just a buzzword, at…

  • Tax Breaks Could Save U.S. Oil Industry Billions

    Published 16 March 2017 | viewed 5,993 times

    A tax reform proposed by the Trump administration could free up to $10 billion annually for the U.S. oil industry and maybe encourage more investments…

  • China, Saudi Arabia Ink $65-Billion Worth Of Preliminary Deals

    Published 16 March 2017 | viewed 4,590 times

    China and Saudi Arabia have signed preliminary deals that could be worth as much as $65 billion if finalized, Xinhua reports. The news came on…

  • Could Rosneft Take Control Of Citgo?

    Published 15 March 2017 | viewed 4,391 times

    Rosneft could take control of 49.9 percent of Citgo – the troubled U.S. business of Venezuela’s state-owned oil company, media are warning. PDVSA used the…

  • Saudi Arabia Tries To Reassure Markets After Oil Price Plunge

    Published 15 March 2017 | viewed 9,847 times

    Saudi Arabia’s Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih has tried to reassure markets of The Kingdom’s commitment to the rebalancing of crude oil’s fundamentals, after benchmarks yesterday…

  • An OPEC Deal Extension Won’t Affect Oil Prices

    Published 14 March 2017 | viewed 9,359 times

    The possibility of OPEC deciding to extend the deadline of its November 30 oil output cut agreement is growing, according to one former senior U.S.…

  • U.S. Shale Faces A Workforce Shortage

    Published 13 March 2017 | viewed 17,176 times

    A problem for the U.S. shale oil and gas industry that analysts and observers have warned about for a long time has materialized: there is…

  • Will Nigeria Be Forced To Join The OPEC Production Cut?

    Published 13 March 2017 | viewed 6,109 times

    Nigeria could lose its exempt status in the OPEC oil production cut deal, as it restores its daily output to levels last seen before militant…

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