• Few signs that conflict in Yemen will end soon

    The Saudi-led airstrikes on Yemen are deepening the chaos in the country, where a full-blown civil war is under way, says Gerald Butt


  • China’s ‘New Normal’ will hit oil demand

    The world’s second-largest economy is undergoing structural changes that will have long-lasting effects for oil demand, writes Justin Jacobs


  • Time to bring Iranian oil back to the market

    THE obsession among oil analysts with the weekly rotary rig count in the US and what it might mean for marginal supply from North America has let a bigger, longer-term obstacle to price recovery emerge almost unseen.


  • A breath of fresh air

    Justin Jacobs reviews a documentary which - before it was pulled by the government - exposes the depth and severity of China's pollution problems



 

Latest issue: April 2015

Time to bring Iranian oil back to the market

THE obsession among oil analysts with the weekly rotary rig count in the US and what it might mean for marginal supply from North America has let a bigger, longer-term obstacle to price recovery emerge almost unseen.


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