Tagged With Yemen
Yemen’s body blow
5 December 2017
The country’s energy sector faces yet more paralysis as its crisis deepens
Yemen's oil recovery thwarted by continued conflict
28 July 2017
An attack on an oil pipeline in government-held south of the country underlines the dire predicament of its energy sector
Troubled waters in the Gulf
14 June 2017
The Qatar crisis has ensured that the region can no longer boast being an oasis of tranquillity
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
Light in the darkness for Yemen?
27 July 2016
Yemen’s energy sector is trying to emerge from al-Qaida’s rule and a broader civil conflict. It is a slow process
Yemen’s collapse as an energy producer
2 March 2016
Conflict and unrest has hit the country’s oil output by more than 90% in just six years
Few signs that conflict in Yemen will end soon
17 April 2015
The Saudi-led airstrikes on Yemen are deepening the chaos in the country, where a full-blown civil war is under way, says Gerald Butt
Yemen political struggle causes problems for energy sector
26 February 2015
The seizure of power by Houthi fighters leaves the country and its energy sector close to collapse
Sectarian Gulf book discusses long-term problems for region
16 September 2013
Gulf autocrats weathered the Arab uprisings. But in spreading sectarianism to do so they created longer-term problems for the oil world’s most important region, Toby Matthiesen argues in his new book
Heads roll as Nexen aims to up its game
11 January 2012
Like a struggling hockey team, the front bench of Canada’s Nexen has been shaken up with the surprise resignation of its chief executive and senior vice-president, amid claims of poor operational performance
Arabia's poor relations face up to the law of diminishing returns
5 January 2009
Opec is restraining output voluntarily, but some Arabian peninsula oil producers have little choice