• 3 minutes Boris Johnson taken decision about 5G Huawei ban by delay (fait accompli method)
  • 6 minutes This Battery Uses Up CO2 to Create Energy
  • 10 minutes Phase One trade deal, for China it is all about technology war
  • 12 minutes Trump has changed into a World Leader
  • 6 hours Indonesia Stands Up to China. Will Japan Help?
  • 5 hours Shale Oil Fiasco
  • 6 hours Might be Time for NG Producers to Find New Career
  • 20 mins We're freezing! Isn't it great? The carbon tax must be working!
  • 9 hours Angela Merkel take notice. Russia cut off Belarus oil supply because they would not do as Russia demanded
  • 11 hours Environmentalists demand oil and gas companies *IN THE USA AND CANADA* reduce emissions to address climate change
  • 3 hours Anti-Macron Protesters Cut Power Lines, Oil Refineries Already Joined Transport Workers as France Anti-Macron Strikes Hit France Hard
  • 10 hours Beijing Must Face Reality That Taiwan is Independent
  • 10 hours China's Economy and Subsequent Energy Demand To Decelerate Sharply Through 2024
  • 5 hours Tesla Will ‘Disappear’ Or ‘Lose 80%’ Of Its Value
  • 1 day US Shale: Technology
  • 2 days Swedes Think Climate Policy Worst Waste of Taxpayers' Money in 2019
Iran Defense Forces

The Real Reason The U.S. Is Interested In Iran

Tensions are escalating in the…

Nuclear explosion

Why Oil Markets Don't Have To Worry About World War 3

The assassination of General Soleimani…

Geopolitics / International

MbS

Geopolitical Notebook February 6th 2019

Feb 06, 2019 at 14:16 | Editorial Dept

Sources • Two Swiss bankers who know Couriol, the man behind the Venezuela gold scandal• One former Swiss prosecutor who works as a private investigator• Former Aramco executive

Venezuela

Oil Markets React Lukewarm To Venezuela Supply Outage

Feb 06, 2019 at 12:00 | Irina Slav

When Washington announced its latest sanctions against Venezuela, targeting specifically state oil company PDVSA, there was worry—and hope, depending on perspective—that this will push crude oil prices higher. What happened…

caribbean

Venezuelan Oil Crisis Could Lead To Pirates In The Caribbean

Jan 31, 2019 at 12:59 | ZeroHedge

President Trump's newest sanctions attempting to curb some $11 billion of crude exports from Venezuelan state-oil company PDVSA (or Petroleos de Venezuela S.A.) to the United States this year has many world leaders…

Trump

U.S. May Have To Back Off Iran Sanctions Again

Jan 30, 2019 at 14:51 | Nick Cunningham

The U.S. has vowed to zero out Iran’s oil exports, and after a surprising display of leniency last November, American officials have signaled that they won’t be as flexible when…

Oil

Libya’s Oil Future Depends On This Huge Oil Field

Jan 18, 2019 at 17:35 | Tsvetana Paraskova

There is no respite for Libya on its bumpy road to recover crude oil production to the levels of 2011, when the toppling of Muammar Gaddafi plunged the country into…

Putin

Venezuela’s Crisis Threatens U.S. Control Over Oil Prices

Jan 14, 2019 at 11:46 | Matthew Smith

The Russian bear is on the prowl once again as President Putin seeks to expand Moscow’s influence and bolster the one-time superpower’s global influence while proving to constituents he can…

Washington

Is The Trade War Finally Coming To An End?

Dec 28, 2018 at 12:22 | Jon LeSage

The U.S. and China may be ready to stabilize trade relations, with a U.S. government delegation traveling to Beijing during the week of Jan. 7 to hold trade talks with…

Moscow

Why Russia Agreed To Additional Production Cuts

Dec 14, 2018 at 15:50 | Vanand Meliksetian

OPEC has been dominating the oil market since its inception in 1960. Together, the members possess approximately 82 percent of global conventional oil reserves and produce 32.6 million barrels…

Pipeline

Turkmenistan’s Pipeline Project Faces More Hurdles

Dec 14, 2018 at 15:40 | Eurasianet

While in Islamabad, Muhammetmyrat Amanov, chief executive of the TAPI Pipeline Limited Corporation, urged his hosts to get to work building their section of the project by March. Amanov has previously said…

OPEC

What Would The End Of OPEC Mean?

Dec 13, 2018 at 13:53 | Liubov Georges

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries - the oil market institution that has exerted an unyielding power over the price of crude for nearly 60 years - is now…

Oilprice - The No. 1 Source for Oil & Energy News
Download on the App Store Get it on Google Play