In depth
The LNG dumping ground
4 April 2016
Diversification and a drive to cut coal use should increase Europe’s LNG regasification capacity, making it a sink for spare cargoes
Latin American LNG demand dries up
4 April 2016
The return of hydropower, economic pain and cheaper alternatives are dampening regional LNG consumption
LNG: a fungible tangible
4 April 2016
A shift away from big-budget projects to smaller-scale plants will fundamentally change the market
Rocky shores
4 April 2016
Canada’s LNG-export hopes are fading fast
There she blows
4 April 2016
LNG from the US’ lower 48 has set sail on troubled waters
LNG: gloomy now, brighter soon
4 April 2016
LNG producers must have faith. The glut will pass and the market will need their gas
Floating LNG is drifting along
4 April 2016
The market slowdown means floating LNG isn’t moving ahead as quickly as its proponents thought it would
Transport's energy of the future
4 April 2016
Cheap oil is stalling LNG’s growth in transport. But the opportunity remains great
The new super-producer emerges
4 April 2016
Years in the making, Australian LNG is about to change the global supply balance
Power to the buyers
4 April 2016
LNG importers now have the upper hand when signing new supply deals – and even rejigging existing contracts
Heading south
25 February 2016
Outside Brazil, Latin American output is on its way down
Liquid, not solid
25 February 2016
Short of a full-on political decision to cut supply, the Middle East’s output will rise again this year
Flatlining in the FSU
25 February 2016
The region’s three big producers will have a mixed 2016. Russian output will hold steady, while Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan see small declines
Defying the gloom
25 February 2016
Canada’s oil sector is suffering, but output is still going to rise this year
Nearing the cliff edge
25 February 2016
As things stand now, US oil output is about to start dropping quickly. Almost 1m barrels per day could be lost
The storm nears in the North Sea
25 February 2016
UK and Norwegian oil output has defied gravity for the past year, but the slowdown will become plain in 2016
West Africa on the up
25 February 2016
Oil production will grow again in 2016, despite the downturn in prices
Asia past its peak
25 February 2016
China’s output will fall this year, the biggest loser as Asia’s oil production drifts lower
Production forecasts: falling, not freezing
25 February 2016
Welcome to our in-depth report on production forecasts
Egypt needs to reform to ensure post-revolution investment
17 March 2014
Egyptian policy-makers face significant challenges - not least stabilising the country's energy sector and encouraging much-needed inward investment
South Sudan conflict could cripple oil industry for decades
22 January 2014
The fighting beween the two Sudans has caused much loss of life and yet both sides could cause untold damage to their long-term economic future
Libya's rebels struggle to secure cash and recognition
20 January 2014
Oil remains at the heart of an increasingly bitter war of words between the government in Tripoli and Benghazi-based insurgents