Petroleum Economist Canada's uncivil war A big win for populist conservatives in Canada’s oil heartland threaten national energy and environmental policies Turkish resentment sours East Med gas mood A municipal election setback for Turkey’s governing party could trigger a more aggressive energy policy towards Cyprus Video: Gas to Power Forum 2019 This event featured a day of discussion on the challenges and opportunities within the burgeoning gas-to-power sector. Building growth strategies on shifting sands Supply and demand fundamentals are being disrupted by trade tensions and uncertainties over the energy transition Latest licensing rounds The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licenses Chrysaor ups Central North Sea game ConocoPhillips deal expands the private equity-backed producer’s position in the UKCS engine room Saudi Aramco set to spread its wings The firm’s industrial slate will be broadened and its global reach extended when the Sabic deal is complete Pemex shoulders upstream burden Suspension of private investment opportunities ramps up pressure on the Mexican state firm Economic crisis threatens to stall Vaca Muerta Economic turmoil and infrastructural congestion are raising doubts over Argentina's shale growth Angola reforms set to survive Sonangol sackings The new boss of Angola’s state oil firm is seen as another safe pair of hands Uganda announces new Albertine Graben bid round Explorers are likely to benefit from infrastructure being put in place for the existing crude export project Opec: kicking back against transparency? As new technologies trump its modest initiatives, Opec may see value in telling the market less, and less predictably LNG in firing line of climate advocacy Energy firms are coming under increasing pressure to take radical steps to reduce emissions Russia weighs up future of Opec+ New developments may get priority over production cuts Opec+ stress test as oil price lifts off Cartel heavyweight Saudi Arabia draws heat from White House and Russia Novatek targets huge Arctic gas resources The firm intends to become one of the world's largest LNG producers by 2030 via projects in the inhospitable Arctic environment Coal and CCGT help support steam turbine market The global trend towards the use of renewables is not denting the demand for older methods of power generation A new gas benchmark for southern Europe New lease of life is raising the profile of a once-moribund hub Fracking tsar quits after government inaction The UK shale gas industry has long struggled to gain traction and sees no green light in sight Chinese government holds unconventionals key The only independent oil and gas operator in China stresses the importance of policy and partnership with Beijing