In depth
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
Why Russia’s oil exports aren’t about to fall
2 June 2016
Under almost any economic scenario, the country’s supply to the global market will keep rising
The kingdom's new oil chief
11 May 2016
Khalid al-Falih is now the man who will oversee the sweeping strategic changes underway in Saudi oil and energy policy
Out to sea
29 April 2016
There is still potential for offshore upstream around the world. Our series of articles investigates the challenges and opportunities in depth.
Bright spots in the offshore gloom
29 April 2016
When prices recover, a wealth of offshore opportunity awaits
Asia offshore drilling drops
29 April 2016
India’s offshore is the only part of Asia likely to see activity perk up in the short term, as the slump spreads
Plain sailing for Gulf offshore
29 April 2016
Saudi Arabia and the UAE are pressing on with offshore drilling activity despite the slump
Going off script in the Gulf of Mexico
29 April 2016
Output is still rising in the Gulf of Mexico, even if the longer-term picture is cloudier
BHP Billiton pushes on in the Caribbean
29 April 2016
Enough faith might have been shown in a number of blocks that might just generate a few more years of extraction
Choppier waters in Latin America
29 April 2016
A beacon for the offshore industry in recent years, the region is now suffering through the downturn
Canada's offshore weathering the storm
29 April 2016
The Maritimes’ offshore is still plugging on with developments and withstanding tricky conditions
Production on ice in the Arctic
29 April 2016
Projects are moving glacially, if at all
North Sea output heads south
29 April 2016
Slowing offshore activity in the UK and Norway is prompting support
Slim pickings for Eastern European offshore
29 April 2016
Azerbaijan and Bulgaria are the main areas of European offshore activity east of the North Sea
Time for the Levant's moment in the sun?
29 April 2016
Politics have thwarted the region’s offshore promise so far, but the Zohr discovery has revived momentum
Russia's slow trains
4 April 2016
Hit by sanctions and with big pipeline-export projects to digest, Russian LNG supply will grow more sedately than once planned
Qatari flexy time
4 April 2016
Qatar’s LNG marketing strategy has shifted. It is now cutting deals to keep its market share
East Africa LNG creeping along
4 April 2016
Mozambique is still leading the race for East Africa’s first LNG project. But there, as in Tanzania, it’s more a marathon than a sprint
Missing the boat
4 April 2016
From Cyprus to the Niger Delta, developers hope to add lucrative new LNG capacity. The timing is bad
Big gloom, small promise
4 April 2016
New Asian LNG demand centres are emerging while the region’s big consumers need less of the fuel
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