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Ed Morse has made a habit of calling turns in the market. Derek Brower sat down with him in New York City
The attack at Es Sider has plunged the country's oil industry into its ever-deepening civil war
The West must stop ignoring the collapse of a country it helped break but forgot to help fix
A new book helps explain why the revolution to topple Muammar Qadhafi turned sour so quickly. Review by Derek Brower
New chief executive faces long to-do list at crisis-struck company
The region's largest oil producers will struggle to cope in an era of lower oil prices, writes Justin Jacobs
Trinidad and Tobago’s energy minister, Kevin Ramnarine, is revitalising his country’s gas sector. Anthea Pitt interviewed him in Port of Spain
Central Asia’s oil and gas are crucial to global energy balances, but the region is facing some lean years
With its own sizeable ethnic Russian minority, Kazakhstan has watched the Kremlin's meddling in east Ukraine with a growing sense of dread
Kazakhstan’s biggest field has been an expensive flop. It is a problem for the country. Can Kashagan recover?
The start-up of new super-refineries in the Middle East is set to flood Europe's markets with middle distillates, Martin Quinlan writes
The agreement reached in early December still faces many obstacles, writes Kirk Sowell*
Despite trouble on its borders, Iraq's Kurdistan region is emerging as an oil producer of note
THE markets are desperate for some good news. The oil price has fallen further and faster than nearly anyone thought possible a couple months ago.