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Viktor Katona

Contributor since: 20 Feb 2017

Viktor Katona

Viktor Katona is an Group Physical Trader at MOL Group and Expert at the Russian International Affairs Council, currently based in Budapest.

Disclaimer: views set out in Viktor's articles are solely those of the author in his private capacity.

Latest articles from Viktor

  • Is Gazprom’s LNG Megaproject Doomed To Fail?

    Published 04 April 2020 | viewed 34,672 times

    The gas giant Gazprom is no longer in the spotlight after the US Treasury sanctioned Rosneft, the Russian national oil company, most probably triggering the…

  • Iraq On The Brink Of Civil War As Oil Revenues Evaporate

    Published 02 April 2020 | viewed 55,613 times

    For many countries, the ongoing oil price depression has brought about a new era of impending economic implosion. Yet no one seems to suffer as…

  • Iraq Plans Production Surge In The Face Of New OPEC Cuts

    Published 04 March 2020 | viewed 27,810 times

    Iraq needs a positive impetus to leave behind the travails of 2019 – the widespread demonstrations, the geopolitical flare-up engendered by the assassination of Major…

  • What’s Next For Omani Oil?

    Published 29 February 2020 | viewed 40,503 times

    On January 10, 2020 Qaboos bin Said, the Sultan of Oman passed away, leaving no heir. The official Omani legal statute would have provided the…

  • Nigeria’s Terrible Oil Decision

    Published 22 February 2020 | viewed 33,104 times

    Nigeria has adopted the Finance Act 2020. A step which unacquainted with the phenomenon might seem completely innocent yet poses great risks to the future…

  • Russia And Saudi Arabia Fight For Market Share In This Huge Oil Market

    Published 13 February 2020 | viewed 27,382 times

    One of the last bulwarks of global crude demand, India has been in the thick of national NOCs’ attention – Saudi Arabia will from now…

  • How Much Further Can Libya’s Oil Production Fall?

    Published 12 February 2020 | viewed 14,014 times

    As the 2019-nCoV coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on the oil markets, dropping oil prices more vehemently and abruptly than the 2003 SARS outbreak did,…

  • Can Argentina Revitalize Its Oil Industry?

    Published 11 February 2020 | viewed 14,776 times

    When Alberto Fernandez, Argentina’s new left-leaning president, entered into office December 10 the international markets were anxious to see whether the post-Macri era would result…

  • Russia Looks To Double Coal Exports To China

    Published 06 February 2020 | viewed 27,459 times

    Russia has been historically associated with oil and gas exports, yet the news somewhat underreports its coal market presence. Although neither the world’s largest coal…

  • Who Will Drill Mexico’s Hottest Oil Prospect?

    Published 02 February 2020 | viewed 25,679 times

    As any attentive reader of Oilprice would know, Mexico has been fighting a gradual oil production decline for years already – for fifteen years in…

  • China Takes The Lead In This Emerging Energy Frontier

    Published 28 January 2020 | viewed 23,381 times

    Several weeks ago, we have looked into a very recent Russian initiative to increase their presence in the southern part of the Gulf of Guinea,…

  • Can Europe’s Largest Economy Survive Without Coal?

    Published 26 January 2020 | viewed 28,779 times

    One of the greatest moral dilemmas that has been creeping into the everyday activities of specialists working with coal, oil and in some cases even…

  • The Hottest Energy Conflict Right Now

    Published 23 January 2020 | viewed 6,938 times

    Belarus has just bought two cargoes of Johan Sverdrup, the recently commissioned Norwegian oilfield and is in talks with several oil-producing countries from the Soviet…

  • This Emerging Oil Hotspot Threatens The OPEC Deal

    Published 21 January 2020 | viewed 23,187 times

    A day before Christmas 2019 ExxonMobil and its partners have lifted the first commercial crude from the Liza field. In and of itself this might…

  • How Important Is The Suriname Oil Discovery?

    Published 18 January 2020 | viewed 54,538 times

    The discovery of the Maka field in offshore Suriname will become one of the main upstream stories of 2020, bringing Suriname onto the international oil…

  • Russia Bets Big On The World's Least Explored Oil Frontier

    Published 12 January 2020 | viewed 24,805 times

    When the inaugural Russia-Africa summit was held in October 2019, most industry observers believed that the majority of projects under discussion would not get past…

  • Is Europe’s Latest Gas Deal A Win-Win?

    Published 08 January 2020 | viewed 13,401 times

    The recent gas transit deal between Russia and Ukraine, and their national gas companies Gazprom and Naftogaz respectively, has comforted Europe just about when the…

  • Europe Can't Get Enough Of This Popular Crude

    Published 01 January 2020 | viewed 25,401 times

    One of the most spectacular stories of 2019 started off in the first days of the outgoing year. Some 150 kilometers off the Nigerian coast,…

  • Venezuela Is Quietly Ramping Up Oil Production

    Published 31 December 2019 | viewed 29,992 times

    If anyone is to ever write a guidebook on political survival, the skills of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro would certainly top the contemporary charts. This…

  • Should Arctic Oil Be Kept Underground?

    Published 29 December 2019 | viewed 12,541 times

    Unless the remaining days of December surprise us with a world-beating hydrocarbon discovery, 2019 will go down as one of the weakest years on record…

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