Outlook 2019
West Africa aiming for global supplier status
10 January 2019
The region is making headway despite some output disruptions
Americas target petrochemicals
10 January 2019
The region is playing a more prominent role in global petrochemical capital investments
Militant conflict to constrain Libya's oil resurgence
10 January 2019
The oil recovery will continue, if the civil war and political spats allow it
China adopts new shipping controls
7 January 2019
The Asian giant is to follow the rest of the world in maritime emissions regulations
Reaping the rewards of Egypt's reforms
7 January 2019
Soaring natural gas production and a tourism revival paint a positive economic picture for Egypt
Plastic recycling to hit oil producers
7 January 2019
The rise of plastics recycling plants may stunt demand for oil
From Russia with LNG
4 January 2019
Arctic-class carriers have opened a new route for Yamal's LNG
Latin American producers aim to stem the tide
4 January 2019
Is the fragile market cracking under pressure? Despite some ambitious growth-oriented investments, some of the continent's traditional big guns will be facing challenges in 2019
Developing a green economy in Saudi Arabia
4 January 2019
Decarbonisation policies are gaining serious traction in the kingdom, as the pressing need to reduce CO2 emissions forces a rethink of the oil giant's priorities
US refiners ramp up fuel exports
3 January 2019
Surging fuel production will leave refiners well placed in 2019 to meet both domestic and external demand
Iraqi Kurdistan begins its recovery after a difficult year
3 January 2019
A resurgent energy sector and likely better relations with Baghdad make for a brighter KRI future
Upstream sector stabilises as prices lift
3 January 2019
A sign of changing times
Can US political deadlock benefit oil and gas?
2 January 2019
Potential two-year gridlock in Congress following the mid-term elections may be a good thing for the domestic oil and gas industry
Angola readies for major oil and gas changes
2 January 2019
With the government steering an overhaul of its oil and gas sector, the west African country is looking to remain competitive despite declining oil production levels
LNG-to-power a hard nut to crack in Africa
2 January 2019
There is strong interest across the industry in making LNG-to-power work in sub-Saharan Africa, but nobody has yet cracked a structure that works
Nigeria's hunt for gas buyers
19 December 2018
Gas supply to the domestic market is a hot topic in Nigeria. Producers want to monetise their gas and need to find credible buyers
How India extricated itself from an energy squeeze
19 December 2018
New Delhi unexpectedly emerged relatively unscathed from this year's oil price volatility, currency fluctuations and geopolitical tensions
China‘s hunger for LNG confounds all forecasts
18 December 2018
The growth in China's LNG imports is fundamentally driven by government policy
China to dominate global energy demand
18 December 2018
As the superpower spat continues, can the US close the trade deficit by targeting China's booming energy needs?
North America becomes LNG export powerhouse
18 December 2018
The world has a new entrant to the select group of LNG exporters
Pipeline dreams face the reality of trade restraints
18 December 2018
Amid rising production and surging demand, investment in global oil and gas infrastructure increased in 2018
Getting Saudi Arabia back on track
18 December 2018
Saudis want the world in 2019 to refocus on economic investment, after unwelcome and distracting publicity
Refining pivots towards Asia
17 December 2018
Refining expansions were focused East of Suez, as the likes of China and India ramped up processing capacity and rubber-stamped new projects
A tailwind for renewables
17 December 2018
Non-fossil fuel energy projects saw further momentum in 2018, thanks to falling costs and increased comfort with the technologies
Fragile oil price recovery
17 December 2018
The upstream benefited from higher spending in 2018, thanks to higher prices; but this increase was tentative, and signs of lower prices towards year-end forced a downturn in rig counts
Seesawing year for Latin American producers
17 December 2018
Brazil was hoping to start a new page in 2018, while Mexico’s new president also announced changes. But Venezuela continued its precipitous decline
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