Report
Count on Kuwait
9 February 2017
Kuwait thankful for cuts after missing output targets
Doha will deliver
9 February 2017
Qatar will have no trouble keeping its part of the deal
The UAE is committed, but not enthusiastic
8 February 2017
The UAE could lift oil output but it will likely toe Saudi Arabia's line
No panacea
8 February 2017
Oil's alternatives still thrived as crude prices fell and Opec's deal is likelier to help than hinder them
Draining the swamp
8 February 2017
The oil glut will linger, despite Opec's best efforts
Caspian cuts
6 February 2017
The two producers have pledged to trim oil output but the long-awaited Kashagan project will probably boost the region's supply, not crimp it
Relying on Moscow
6 February 2017
Russia holds the Opec agreement's success in its hands
Malaysia committed, Brunei could waver
6 February 2017
Both have pledged to the cuts, but falling public service subsidies could make Brunei jump ship
Expect the unexpected from Sudan and South Sudan
30 January 2017
Stability in South Sudan could raise production much higher than was agreed with Opec
Capacity up, supply down in Angola
30 January 2017
Angola says it has already begun to reduce supply but how and where is unclear
How much can Nigeria add?
30 January 2017
The country has a chance to lift output - but that doesn't mean it will
Saudi dealmaker
23 January 2017
Fiscal pressures and the Aramco IPO were behind the Saudi change of heart. Riyadh needs this deal to work
Baghdad blurs the picture
23 January 2017
Iraq wants the deal to work. But that may not translate into an actual drop in supply
Glut or glory
23 January 2017
The Opec-non-Opec deal has brought hopes of a price recovery. But its success is not guaranteed
Growth hiatus
23 January 2017
The Opec deal lets Iran increase output. It’s unlikely to breach that limit … for now
Will rising Libyan oil production ruin the Opec deal?
16 January 2017
Exempt from the cuts, the country could still help decide their success or failure
The charge for funding
5 January 2017
Accessing energy sector cash from traditional sources has been difficult while oil and gas companies are cutting capital spending. But projects have been taking off
Electric vehicles - known unknown threat
8 December 2016
Electric vehicles are either a fad or a big problem for the oil industry, depending on who you speak to. But the sector should beware of complacency
New frontiers for US energy
7 November 2016
Propelled by technological advancement, market forces and shifting political winds, change is coming fast to every corner of America’s energy business
Gas rallies
7 November 2016
Prices are on a bull run and demand looks robust
The great transformation of US power
7 November 2016
The US power sector faces unprecedented change with the rise of renewables and gas
Promising future for US shale
7 November 2016
The tide is turning, slowly, for America’s beleaguered shale industry
Loosening the purse strings in the Permian
7 November 2016
The Permian and pipelines are hotspots as transactions picks up
America's pipeline wars
7 November 2016
Public opposition and shrinking growth opportunities have put the midstream in a tough spot. Expect more deal-making
Shale v Opec
31 October 2016
The shale industry is itching for the chance to start growing again. Opec’s Algiers deal might just be it
End of the war for Opec
31 October 2016
In the end, the fiscal pressures and income loss were too great for Opec’s members to bear—and the rewards of the market-share strategy too meagre