Tagged With Saudi Arabia
A glimpse of recovery for distillates
24 October 2016
Falling runs and Middle East maintenance will tighten European distillate supply in Q4
Saudis keep pumps primed
13 October 2016
The kingdom is talking to other producers about curbing output, while doing its utmost to maximise its own
In Aramco's footsteps
14 September 2016
Kuwait's government wants to follow Saudi Arabia's and sell off some state energy assets. The move will face opposition
A new Saudi marketing technique
8 June 2016
Aramco dips into the wild world of the spot market
More and more Saudi oil
3 June 2016
Saudi Arabia has the capacity and resources to significantly increase production, should it want to
Chopping up Saudi Aramco
3 June 2016
Selling part of the state-owned firm will be just the start of a broad divestment project that turns the firm into a huge holding company
Saudi Vision 2030: take it seriously
3 June 2016
The plan aims to transform the kingdom. It won’t be easy, but no one should doubt the commitment
Business as usual for the Saudi economy
3 June 2016
Whatever Mohammed bin Salman says, oil will remain central to the Saudi economy for the coming years
Saudi Arabia's revolutionary vanguard
3 June 2016
Deputy crown prince Mohammed bin Salman is the face of the new Saudi Arabia. But who else is running the kingdom?
Saudi Aramco
16 May 2016
Financial results for Saudi Aramco
The kingdom's new oil chief
11 May 2016
Khalid al-Falih is now the man who will oversee the sweeping strategic changes underway in Saudi oil and energy policy
Plain sailing for Gulf offshore
29 April 2016
Saudi Arabia and the UAE are pressing on with offshore drilling activity despite the slump
An oil-free Saudi Arabia?
27 April 2016
Deputy crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has caused a stir by saying he wants Saudi Arabia to end its “addiction” to oil. Can the Kingdom really do this?
How much would 5% of Saudi Aramco be worth?
27 April 2016
Saudi Arabia may sell a stake in its crown jewel, but raise much less money than its deputy crown prince thinks
The Doha collapse
18 April 2016
Saudi-Iranian rivalry has thwarted an oil-supply deal, just as the price recovery was gathering momentum
Doha delusions
30 March 2016
Unless the freeze becomes cuts its significance is minimal and efforts to keep talking up the market could backfire
Liquid, not solid
25 February 2016
Short of a full-on political decision to cut supply, the Middle East’s output will rise again this year
Production forecasts: falling, not freezing
25 February 2016
Welcome to our in-depth report on production forecasts
Oil-market forecasting: A thankless task
24 February 2016
Supply and demand are behaving in ways the IEA did not previously expect
Is this the bottom?
22 February 2016
The Doha deal and some changing sentiment are giving hope to a struggling market
Bottoming out: the fragile recovery of the oil market
10 February 2016
The good news is that the fundamentals should start to improve. But speculation abounds that oil could get caught in the wider market downdraft
A Saudi-Russia deal to cut?
2 February 2016
Both countries want higher oil prices. But a troubled history and near-term market dynamics suggest the time is not yet ripe
Saudi Arabia’s new broom reaches its energy prices
18 January 2016
The partial lifting of fuel subsidies included in the kingdom’s 2016 budget represents a change to the assumptions on which the economy is based, and could eventually prompt calls for greater public representation
Saudi Arabia far from economic crisis, says crown prince
13 January 2016
Muhammed bin Salman gave an interview with The Economist this month - here's what Petroleum Economist picked out
Saudi Arabia and Iran square up
6 January 2016
The Saudi Arabia-Iran crisis will result in prolonged sectarian tension in the Gulf and an escalation in the region's conflict. However, a deliberate military conflict between the two can be discounted
Opec suffers internal division as the market slumps
9 December 2015
Venezuela calls to cut supply and hike prices, but Saudi Arabia is sticking with its plan