Author: Bill Farren-Price
Moscow rules
25 January 2018
The fate of the relationship with Russia will be critical as balances tighten and competitor output builds
Back in business, probably
30 November 2016
Opec will try to restore some control over oil markets in 2017. Quite how remains uncertain
Saudi Arabia reluctant to pull back Opec export volumes
23 October 2014
Opec’s heavyweight is no longer prepared to bear the brunt of the group’s cuts. Losing on price and volume share is to be avoided at all costs, writes Bill Farren-Price
Energy deficit in Jordan creating problems for kingdom
8 July 2013
Jordan has escaped much of the region's turmoil, but a dearth of energy supplies is causing political problems
Egyptian production struggling with domestic demand
8 July 2013
Energy production is not keeping up with soaring domestic demand, damaging the economy in the country that launched the Arab uprisings