Tagged With Oil markets
Adnoc toasts its resilience
22 June 2020
Reforms in response to the last industry downturn have equipped Abu Dhabi’s oil heavyweight to cope with the current crisis
Crude edges higher on Opec+ compliance promises
19 June 2020
Traders see the positives as producers commit to even greater respect for quotas
PE Live: Funding for the energy transition remains robust
18 June 2020
Oil and gas companies are largely maintaining their investment in the energy transition. If they do not, there are plenty of other firms looking for opportunities
PE Live: Energy transition only mildly impacted by low oil prices
13 June 2020
While low demand and prices for oil and gas have pushed the transition down the list of priorities for many companies, the impact is likely to be only short-term
Oil investors look for one last super-cycle
3 June 2020
As the pandemic starts to ease, fund managers focused on the oil and gas sector predict a price recovery but still value the protection of strong balance sheets
Chinese energy demand makes tentative recovery
29 May 2020
A rebound in oil demand and gas consumption remaining largely unscathed are encouraging signs, but a global economic slump and trade tensions could undermine further progress
Deep in the heart of Texas
28 May 2020
From the ashes of the collapse in oil prices comes the opportunity of the energy transition
Tough times ahead for US refiners
20 May 2020
Slumping global oil consumption, tightening margins and throttled-back throughput pile on the pressure
Like a bat out of hell part two: The outlook for oil
14 May 2020
The second in a five-part series from the BRG energy and climate practice looks at the impact of Covid-19 on the global oil market and the trajectory of its recovery.
Saudi Arabia braces for impact
13 May 2020
The kingdom may have to pay a steep price for its efforts to reassert leadership in oil politics
Demand doubts dampen investor sentiment
11 May 2020
Concerns over the long-term future of oil exercise US investors’ thinking
Canadian oil industry in dire straits
7 May 2020
Production across the country is in freefall, prompting oil-rich province Alberta to plead for financial support
Price crash may fuel contract renegotiation push
6 May 2020
A prolonged era of sustained lower oil prices could result in widespread pressure to renegotiate contracts
No respite in Yemen
5 May 2020
The oil price collapse dims hope of an energy sector revival, while civil war grinds on
Oil demand faces an uncertain future
4 May 2020
A recovery in demand is key to getting the oil market back into balance. But both short and long-term prospects are clouded
Navigating Norway’s cut
1 May 2020
The non-Opec nation’s decision to join in mandated production restrictions is headline grabbing. But the material impact is open to question
China’s crude appetite: here today, gone tomorrow
1 May 2020
Oil demand is poised to improve as the economy gradually reopens. But full recovery is being constrained by the global effects of Covid-19
Oil price promises more May madness
30 April 2020
After April’s unprecedented negative futures contract pricing, there is every chance of more volatility to come
Price, not cost cutting, will drive recovery
24 April 2020
The oil’s industry path back to health should not focus on capex reduction
PE Live: Covid-19 may not justify force majeure
23 April 2020
The declaring party will need to demonstrate a causal link between the pandemic and the reason it is unable to fulfil its obligations
Price crash response quicker than 2014
9 April 2020
Players have moved more swiftly and in different ways to react to the current oil price slump compared to previous downturns, panellists tell PE Live
Europe's Covid-19 impact to stretch into 2021
17 March 2020
Forecaster predicts that countries will take a managed approach, spreading the outbreak over many months
Oil and Covid-19 part one: The route back
5 March 2020
While the potential for a global pandemic that cripples the world economy and the oil price remains, thoughts are beginning to turn to what happens post-coronavirus
Is CCUS the solution?
5 March 2020
Few people dispute that CO₂ emissions must decrease. But views of CCUS range from it being the saviour of the oil and gas industry to a cynical attempt to keep hydrocarbons flowing at any cost. Either way, it is urgently needed
Commission pushes euro-denominated trading
1 March 2020
European authorities are keen to try to move markets away from the dollar
Why major oil and gas projects go wrong
8 February 2020
The underlying causes of disruptions and disputes could be moderated by improving contracts, audits and controls