• 5 minutes Iran Says It Arrested 17 CIA Spies, Some Sentenced To Death
  • 9 minutes Will We Ever See 100$+ OIL?
  • 13 minutes Iran downs US drone. No military response . . Just Destroy their economy. Can Senator Kerry be tried for aiding enemy ?
  • 1 min Iran Loses $130,000,000 Oil Revenue Every Day They Continue Their Games . . . .Opportunity Lost . . . Will Never Get It Back. . . . . LOL .
  • 5 hours Oil Giant Saudi Arabia Is Set to Start First Wind-Power Plant
  • 6 hours How is E&P of Marginal Oil on the UKCS Similar to the Shale Oil Operations in the US?
  • 2 hours So You Think We’re Reducing Fossil Fuel? — Think Again
  • 33 mins Berkeley becomes first U.S. city to ban natural gas in new homes
  • 4 hours EIA Reports Are Fraudulent : EIA Is Conspiring With Trump To Keep Oil Prices Low
  • 27 mins N.Y. Governor Signs Climate Bill
  • 12 hours Renewables provided only about 4% of total global energy needs in 2018
  • 14 hours Today in Energy
  • 15 hours First limpet mines . . . . now fly a drone at low altitude directly at U.S. Navy ship. Think Iran wanted it taken out ? Maybe ? YES
  • 8 hours Shale Oil will it self destruct?
  • 3 hours Trump vs. Xi Trade Battle, Running Commentary from Conservative Tree House
  • 11 hours Which is a better domain name for OAPEC?
Why You Should Buy FANG, Not FANG

Why You Should Buy FANG, Not FANG

forward P/E of just under…

Tricky Times For U.S. LNG Producers

Tricky Times For U.S. LNG Producers

LNG is effectively capping gas…

Global Intelligence Report – 10th July 2019

Global Intelligence Report – 10th July 2019

ExxonMobil’s generous royalty deal with…

Premium Articles

The Militarization Of Libya’s Oil Infrastructure

The Militarization Of Libya’s Oil Infrastructure

Jun 19, 2019 at 17:18 | Editorial Dept

Libya’s Ras Lanuf Oil Terminal Is Now A Key Military Base for Haftar For the second time in less than 45 days, the National Oil Corporation (NOC) of Libya in…

The War Risk Premium For Oil Prices

The War Risk Premium For Oil Prices

Jun 19, 2019 at 17:16 | Ross McCracken

Last week’s attacks on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman have ratcheted up tension in the Middle East. Lloyd’s List has reported a tenfold rise in war risk marine…

Predicting The Result Of The OPEC+ Meeting

Predicting The Result Of The OPEC+ Meeting

Jun 19, 2019 at 17:14 | Editorial Dept

Media reports have been awash with speculation this week, some pointing to the inevitability of a production cut extension, some highlighting the growing tensions in the Russia-Saudi Arabia-Iran triangle and…

Oil Ticks Higher In Bear Market

Oil Ticks Higher In Bear Market

Jun 19, 2019 at 17:12 | Editorial Dept

Powerful start to the week, only to see the robust buildup disintegrate by Wednesday – a brief resume of how hopes of a crude price surge went awry this week.…

Is It Time For A Contrarian Bet On Oil?

Is It Time For A Contrarian Bet On Oil?

Jun 12, 2019 at 13:30 | Editorial Dept

Oil markets got a modest bounce at the end of last week on headlines that OPEC+ will likely extend their current supply cut agreement and cooperation between the US and…

A Geopolitical Energy Grenade In Europe

A Geopolitical Energy Grenade In Europe

Jun 12, 2019 at 13:29 | Editorial Dept

The Energy Triangle No One’s Paying Enough Attention To This is the energy triangle that has the biggest chance of disrupting geopolitics in Europe, and while it’s been on the…

What To Do About Peak Oil Demand

What To Do About Peak Oil Demand

Jun 12, 2019 at 13:27 | Ross McCracken

Long-term energy scenarios for the most part come in three variants: business as usual, which de-emphasises the possible impacts of technological and regulatory change; a central case like the International…

Is This The Real Reason Tariffs On Mexico Got Suspended?

Is This The Real Reason Tariffs On Mexico Got Suspended?

Jun 12, 2019 at 13:24 | Editorial Dept

A couple of late Friday tweets have managed to avert an event that would have caused a great amount of distress to the US refining industry – the imposition of…

The Calm After The Storm In Oil Markets

The Calm After The Storm In Oil Markets

Jun 12, 2019 at 13:22 | Editorial Dept

Now there is a calm after the storm that sent the oil market a couple of months back. On the one hand, there is an increasing amount of public utterances…

‘No Trade Deal’ Scenario Keeps A Hard Cap On Oil Prices

‘No Trade Deal’ Scenario Keeps A Hard Cap On Oil Prices

Jun 05, 2019 at 12:36 | Editorial Dept

Recent financial market headlines have been dominated by stories covering the plunge in global interest rates. And for good reason. Government bond yields have been sinking like a stone lead…


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