Report
Help at hand in India
13 October 2017
Conservation, EVs and renewables can play their part. But India wants much more yield from its own oil and gas resources too
India—demand dynamo
13 October 2017
India's economic success will make it a decisive player in global energy for decades
Jordan—pick and mix
28 September 2017
Jordan needs to expand its power-distribution system as it becomes one of the most advanced Arab states in developing renewables
Jordan—rocks to watts
28 September 2017
Jordan is hoping that burning oil shale to create power will be a significant step towards greater energy independence
Investors needed in Cambodia and Vietnam
31 July 2017
Both countries need investment to arrest declining domestic output and plug an impending supply gap—opportunities for China and LNG
Reasons for Thailand to smile?
31 July 2017
Thailand's energy sector is struggling to cope with rising demand and maturing fields. Investors are not flocking to help
Petronas—made for the sea
31 July 2017
Petronas's new floating LNG platform is up and running—and hopes to take a slice of the burgeoning maritime-fuel market
Indonesia treading water
31 July 2017
The government wants higher oil production. The prospects are dim
Time to Shell out?
17 July 2017
The world hardly needs another LNG plant but a capacity expansion at Nigeria's NLNG looks more probable than it has for a while
Waste not, want not in Nigeria
17 July 2017
Niger Delta oil projects used to be among the world's worst offenders, but things are improving
Nigeria looking up
17 July 2017
Long-awaited legislative progress, peace in the Delta and some astute political management are creating optimism in the country's energy sector
Nigerian continuity and change
17 July 2017
Oil production is picking up and vital legislation affecting the future of the sector looks to be heading for the statute book, but Nigeria is not out of the woods yet
China's gas needs
10 July 2017
China's market is growing quickly again, spurring more enthusiasm for domestic shale and attracting exporters as far away as the US
China's tired fields
10 July 2017
China's output is continuing to slow, which is good news for exporters targeting the country
China's belt loosening
10 July 2017
China's economy isn't skipping ahead as it once did, but its role as an engine for global expansion is only rising
Electric vehicles—if you build it...
26 June 2017
While EV charging stations are expanding rapidly in Europe, the US uptake is slower
New electric mobility
26 June 2017
Surging green energy generation is creating surpluses, in turn supporting the rise of electric transport
EV's good vibrations
19 June 2017
The Golden State prepares to tax petroleum demand into decline, promoting electric and zero-emissions vehicles
Not so fast for EVs
19 June 2017
EVs will get a bigger share of the car market, but won't pose much of a threat to global gasoline demand
Fringe engines
19 June 2017
Natural gas and fuel cell vehicles are not growing as quickly as EVs, for good reasons
Batteries are streets ahead
19 June 2017
Batteries, not fuel cells, biofuels, or natural gas, are winning the race to power the next generation of cars
EVs supercharged incentives
12 June 2017
If governments want more EVs, they’ll have to pay consumers to buy them and manufacturers to make them—at least for now
Let a million EVs bloom
12 June 2017
China wants to electrify its car fleet—and lead the global race to manufacture EVs
Electric vehicles—the great unknown
12 June 2017
Forecasters agree that EVs will hurt oil demand—but on the size of the impact consensus is scant
Electric threat
12 June 2017
The oil industry needs to start taking the rise of alternative vehicles seriously
Fast-track to Saudi Arabia's throne?
5 June 2017
Recent top appointments have increased speculation about the succession, but the overall outlook for the kingdom appears stable