Tax overhaul heaps pressure on Russian refiners
19 July 2019
More expensive feedstock threatens independent operators
Tanzania's LNG dreams may be scuppered by mistrust
18 July 2019
IOCs have reengaged in Rovuma Basin discussions—but the East African country will find it hard to get LNG back on track
Iran's resistance stiffens as US pressure grows
18 July 2019
Minor incidents in and around the Gulf have failed to trigger a major conflict, but diplomats are struggling to ease tensions
Aker's Ghana project secures funding boost
17 July 2019
Aker Energy’s planned Deepwater Tano/Cape Three Points development is benefitting from a regional initiative
Yemen accord signals first step towards restarting LNG
16 July 2019
A UN-brokered deal to bolster the ceasefire around the port of Hodeida improves chances of ending the four-year-old conflict
Latest licensing rounds
19 July 2019
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licenses
Big names bid in Argentina's offshore auction
18 June 2019
Some of the world's biggest oil companies get involved in Argentina's first offshore licensing round in almost three decades
Australia finds more gas for home and abroad
18 June 2019
Santos’ discovery of a sizeable gas column in the Northern Carnarvon Basin should boost the NWS venture’s expansion plans
Turkmenistan sees light at the end of the tunnel
10 June 2019
Turkmenistan must overcome economic crisis and political hurdles to reverse its gas exports decline
Caspian players plot oil revival
30 May 2019
Gas has made most of the recent running, but major producers like Azerbaijan are focusing on boosting crude oil production too
Faroe Islands enlists help in exploration drive
5 July 2019
Interest in the Faroese offshore may be buoyed by exploration success in adjacent West of Shetland waters
Low sulphur, high price
19 July 2019
European refiners anticipate increased margins and improved utilisation due to the IMO 2020 cap
Sanctions squeeze Venezuela's heavy crude output
18 July 2019
Latin America's economically troubled oil giant faces the difficult task of significantly raising Asian crude grades
Majors see opportunity in utility fragmentation
17 July 2019
PWC sees value for IOCs as the traditional utility model becomes less relevant
Thailand sets its sights on larger LNG share
16 July 2019
Thai government looks to increase imports as gas reserves continue to slide
Who will lead the gas-to-power charge?
2 July 2019
Low LNG prices and pressing environmental challenges are becoming key drivers for the gas-to-power sector. But widespread adoption faces political and technological hurdles
US majors in the slow lane on transport transition
25 June 2019
US majors see little incentive to prepare for greater EV adoption
The climate threat: Will investors exit big oil?
17 July 2019
Institutional investors are increasingly being required to factor climate change into their decision-making
Carbon debate lacks honesty
3 July 2019
Oxford academic says current decarbonisation efforts are a failure and calls for a global price for carbon
Saudi Aramco allows sneak peek into its finances
20 June 2019
The company's mammoth $12bn global bond offering allowed a glimpse into its treasure chest for the first time
Sponsored: How Europe's gas industry can decarbonise and transform energy power sectors
6 June 2019
New policies and regulations are essential to speed up the gas evolution
Lower oil price forces tax regime changes
6 June 2019
The effective oil price ceiling created by the US shale boom is causing governments elsewhere to revise their tax codes
There's still life in coal
16 July 2019
Recent falls in the price of coal were due to increasing supply rather than declining demand
Transformation and sustainability may be the new watchwords
6 June 2019
Shrinking optimism over the longer term
Oil price puzzle as sanctions choke Iran exports
4 June 2019
Which direction is the price of Brent crude heading following deployment of a US naval and B-52 bomber strike force to the Middle East? The answer is complex
Majors mull power puzzle
3 June 2019
Financial and regulatory challenges are curbing the ambitions of major oil companies' ambitions to invest in the electricity supply sector
Uncertainty reigns in oil markets
31 May 2019
Analysts see price drivers both to the upside and to the down
Building growth strategies on shifting sands
21 May 2019
Supply and demand fundamentals are being disrupted by trade tensions and uncertainties over the energy transition
Permian M&A faces challenges
16 July 2019
Expectations of a post-Anadarko flurry of merger and acquisition activity in the prolific shale basin may be wide of the mark
Novatek targets huge Arctic gas resources
7 May 2019
The firm intends to become one of the world's largest LNG producers by 2030 via projects in the inhospitable Arctic environment
Petronas on an upward trajectory
29 April 2019
The company is balancing its upstream ambitions with government debt obligations, while finalising a key domestic downstream project
Petrobras breathes easy
3 April 2019
Brazilian company posts best financial results since bribery scandal
Petrobras keeps cutting
15 March 2019
The Brazilian company will need to maintain momentum to meet its ambitious divestment objectives
Video: Gas to Power Forum 2019
20 May 2019
This event featured a day of discussion on the challenges and opportunities within the burgeoning gas-to-power sector.
24th World Energy Congress
1 March 2019
9-12 September 2019, Abu Dhabi Exhibition Centre
Top oil, gas companies converge in Cyprus to discuss regional outlook
27 February 2019
Eni, ExxonMobil, Total to speak at Eastern Mediterranean Gas Conference
Why 2019 will be pivotal for new LNG supply and markets
20 February 2019
Critical investment decisions will impact on the global demand balance
The 2nd WPC Leadership Conference
10 January 2019
18-20 February 2019, Renaissance Hotel, Mumbai
International Petroleum (IP) Week
3 January 2019
26–28 February 2019, Intercontinental Park Lane, London