Trouble on the steppe
28 July 2016
Major new investment in Tengiz cannot mask deeper problems in Kazakhstan
Light in the darkness for Yemen?
27 July 2016
Yemen’s energy sector is trying to emerge from al-Qaida’s rule and a broader civil conflict. It is a slow process
Turkey’s energy-hub plans at risk
26 July 2016
The coup has not affected oil and gas flows, but the purge and new instability will expose the Iraq-Turkey Pipeline to more danger and hurt Ankara’s broader import-export project
Action time for Nigeria's government
19 July 2016
Nigeria’s government is pressing on with plans to liberalise key parts of the economy. The downstream is a priority
Brexit leaves certainty of uncertainty
19 July 2016
No one in the UK’s Leave camp had a real energy plan. So what now?
Realm of uncertainty in Saudi Arabia
27 July 2016
Rarely has Saudi policy, across all spheres, been less predictable. Its reaction to a spate of terror attacks inside the kingdom may worsen this
Making the desert bloom
13 July 2016
Unable to rely on neighbours’ supplies, Jordan wants renewables, gas and kerogen to secure its energy
Back in the fold
8 July 2016
Gabon, at least, doesn’t think Opec is finished – it just rejoined the group, hoping for a seat at the top table
Can Senegal rejuvenate West Africa’s upstream?
19 July 2016
Relative stability and promising geology may yield another new frontier in the region
Ghana's prospects brighten
19 July 2016
After some offshore problems, the country’s upstream should see significant growth in the coming months
Nigeria: delta of trouble
19 July 2016
Nigeria planned to clean up its oil sector and increase production, but the optimism is fading
Japan reacts and evolves
27 July 2016
Japan’s energy economy is pulsating – under the weight of its past, imprisoned by imports, and a desire to innovate
Plants with benefits
28 July 2016
Once Australia has digested its massive liquified natural gas building programme, costs could fall and productivity rise
Nigeria: making gas work
19 July 2016
A recent IPP deal suggests Abuja may have a way to come good on promises to provide power to the people
Asleep at the helm
13 July 2016
Policies to control emissions should push merchants to use liquified natural gas as a fuel. Delaying the switch will cost them
The emerging energy axis takes shape
5 July 2016
Liquified natural gas from Australia is central to Japanese plans to reinforce its energy security
Now for the glut
5 July 2016
Petrochemical supplies are still rising but demand growth is less certain than it was
Latin America’s NOCs fall from grace
28 June 2016
The state’s heavy hand will slow recovery for the region’s state firms, hurting production and new exploration for years to come
Nuclear power in the EU has fallen out of fashion
25 May 2016
Nuclear is more prone to popularity peaks and troughs than many other energy sources, and it’s not looking good at the moment
The greening of Latin America
28 June 2016
Climate pledges are suddenly turning into real investment in the continent’s renewable-energy sector
Big Oil, big risk in the long term?
2 June 2016
Even during a price slump, the threats to oil’s longevity are mounting
Looking to oil's vanishing point
27 April 2016
Hard-to-quantify shifts may be underway in global energy and the oil industry will ignore them at its peril
What does a balanced oil market mean?
19 July 2016
Supply and demand might come back into line this year, but without the kind of price rises the industry hopes for
Casualty of the inferno
8 July 2016
Damage spreads across supply chain
Banking on China
8 July 2016
Asia’s big markets aren’t growing. New ones are needed
Is $50/b Brent’s new normal?
8 July 2016
Analysts think the worst is over and a rough floor has been established, for now
Diesel in the money again
8 July 2016
Fuel stocks are easing and margins rising, though the rally might be short
Risky trades, sleepless nights
5 July 2016
In the second of a six-part series, our trader keeps his eye on the weather
Lukoil: Russia's sleeping giant
8 July 2016
Lukoil’s move for Bashneft suggests the company is at last ready to use its cash pile and challenge Rosneft
Saudi Aramco's light in the desert
8 June 2016
A partial sale of the state-owned firm is just part of the plan for a world-beating company that also wants to find more gas, refine more oil and produce even more crude
Chopping up Saudi Aramco
3 June 2016
Selling part of the state-owned firm will be just the start of a broad divestment project that turns the firm into a huge holding company
Gazprom's clipped wings abroad
3 June 2016
New competitors are hurting Gazprom’s export strategy, which is also suffering from the Kremlin’s foreign adventurism
Gazprom's trouble at home
3 June 2016
Gazprom’s local rivals are taking an ever bigger slice of a shrinking Russian market
OSEA Exhibition & International Conference 2016
27 July 2016
OSEA – Asia’s Premier Oil & Gas Trade Event Returns for 2016
The 23rd World Energy Congress, 2016
21 July 2016
Interest is hotting up for WEC 2016, taking place in Istanbul from 9-13 October. Follow our coverage here
WEC Istanbul 2016: the speakers
20 July 2016
A list of the speakers for the 23rd World Energy Congress
Energy gets smarter
20 July 2016
Resilient energy infrastructure needs smarter not just stronger solutions
The future of e-storage
19 July 2016
Power flexibility - and efficiency - is going to be key to discussions at WEC 2016
Momentum builds for the 23rd World Energy Congress as 250th speaker announced
18 July 2016
With less than 100 days to go until the 23rd World Energy Congress takes place in Istanbul, the 250th speaker has been confirmed