Leaders
Energy looks to blockchain for efficiency gains
9 April 2018
Distributed ledger technology is key to the next stage in energy management
The price is right
5 April 2018
With the help of thirsty consumers and collapsing Venezuelan output, the market seems at last to have found its range
China bets on a yuan-oil bonanza
13 March 2018
The country's long-delayed crude oil futures contract promises much, but doubts persist
Powder keg year for geopolitics
9 March 2018
Iran, Venezuela and North Korea are all potential flashpoints in 2018
Will the new shale surge wreck the rebalancing?
9 March 2018
As tight oil soars, producers should welcome the retreat in prices. Cheaper oil is the best chance to bring back market equilibrium
France's changing energy mix
21 February 2018
The Macron government faces the difficult task in 2018 of juggling competing demands for France's energy cocktail
Cashing in on green energy
7 February 2018
The explosion in renewables projects is transforming the energy investment landscape
Volatile market conditions
6 February 2018
Saudi Arabia wants Opec to keep cutting, despite the steady tightening of the market. It's a risky strategy
Mifid II ensures all change for energy firms
2 January 2018
There's plenty for companies to mull over in the latest European directive aimed at cleaning up the financial sector
Opec: The rollover
14 December 2017
The cuts were extended—but with a built-in escape hatch and implicit threat to other producers
Germany's pick and mix
12 December 2017
The country’s political parties are vying to see what aspects of their various energy policies they can squeeze into a coalition package
Oil's well—for now
28 November 2017
Experts differ on when oil demand will peak but agree we're accelerating towards it
Another heave for Opec
17 November 2017
Opec must extend its deal or face another sell-off. Then it needs to find an exit strategy
Oil prices—is the worst over?
17 October 2017
Supply-demand balances are tightening and sentiment is turning, but the next two quarters will be decisive
10 lessons from a decade of exploration
17 October 2017
Finding big oil has got harder. An industry veteran has some advice
The other damaging glut
2 October 2017
Emissions-trading systems have suffered from an oversupply of permits. Regulators are trying to fix that and show the mechanisms can still work
We won't always have Paris
2 October 2017
The climate pact can just about cope without Donald Trump's America, say its supporters. Others aren’t so sanguine
LNG gluts and cycles
12 September 2017
Structural oversupply is about to hit the market and some projects will have to curtail output to cope. But buyers and developers must take a longer-term view
France's Macronenergy
4 September 2017
France's new president has plans to transform his country's energy market. They are on a breathtaking scale
Europe's black and green stuff
4 September 2017
Europe's energy supply mix is changing again. It won’t be good news for the climate targets
Bolivia—another strike from the resources curse?
4 August 2017
An IMF study fears Bolivia's gas boom could explode. It wants the government to change tack
More boom, more bust for oil
12 April 2017
The industry's history suggests that Opec’s latest efforts to stabilise the oil price will not be successful
Slow reset of US-Russian relations
20 March 2017
Trump and Tillerson should help improve US-Russia relations. But an end to sanctions doesn't look imminent
Building walls
20 March 2017
The new White House promises to be generous to energy. Some policies will be anything but
As good as it gets for Opec
20 March 2017
Compliance with the Opec deal is defying the group's sceptics. How long can it last?
The comeback
3 January 2017
Opec's deal is a seismic moment for the oil market. But forces beyond the group's control will decide how effective the cuts are
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