Insecurity and conflict still hampering South Sudan’s oil
12 October 2016
The country wants to push production up to pre-war levels, but chances are slim
Macri's reforms burned in gas-tariff fight
14 October 2016
A retreat on subsidy cuts casts doubts on the Argentine president’s broader energy agenda
Iraq cobbles together an oil deal
12 October 2016
Erbil and Baghdad have struck an agreement on exports through Turkey, though many of the old problems could still ruin it
Nigeria is no longer Africa's top dog
5 October 2016
Delta violence has forced Nigeria to cede its place as the continent’s top oil producer to Angola—for now
Strangled development in Gaza and Lebanon
3 October 2016
Lebanon and Gaza both hold commercial quantities of hydrocarbons. But regional politics are still stifling progress
Opec’s imperfect deal
30 September 2016
Algiers marks a major policy shift. But the market will want real numbers soon
Permian - the premier play
13 October 2016
In the first of our series assessing producer economics, we analyse the Permian, where things are on the up
Egyptian gas’s second coming
3 October 2016
Zohr is speeding ahead quickly. Does it herald a new era for the region’s energy?
Latest licensing rounds
25 October 2016
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licenses
Light at the end of the tunnel for oil-field services companies
19 October 2016
Firms are clawing back some of their losses, creating tension with producers still relying on cut-rate drilling costs
Latin America takes a hit
14 October 2016
The region’s oil output continues to fall and recovery won’t be swift
Oil's sibling rival
10 October 2016
Natural gas is slowly making its way into the transportation sector, although the marine-fuel segment looks most promising for now
Margins push global refinery turnarounds 40% lower
24 October 2016
The biggest outages will be in Asia but there are stark regional differences
Swamped with gas
24 October 2016
Both demand and prices will need to pick up to ease the oversupply
Margins push global refinery turnabouts 40% lower
14 October 2016
The biggest outages will be in Asia but there are stark regional differences
Juntanomics in Southeast Asia
13 October 2016
Thailand needs lots more LNG and much more investment. The military dictatorship probably won’t help it get either
The rise of the LNG trading house
13 October 2016
Shifts in the market are bringing commodities players into the business of selling seaborn gas
Latin America’s NOCs fall from grace
28 June 2016
The state’s heavy hand will slow recovery for the region’s state firms, hurting production and new exploration for years to come
Nuclear power in the EU has fallen out of fashion
25 May 2016
Nuclear is more prone to popularity peaks and troughs than many other energy sources, and it’s not looking good at the moment
Dirty fuels a health crisis time bomb
26 September 2016
Air pollution from burning fossil fuels is killing too many people. Asia and sub-Saharan Africa will suffer the most
Hydropower resurgence boosts renewables in US power mix
31 August 2016
After years of drought hydropower production rebounded in H1 2016
The greening of Latin America
28 June 2016
Climate pledges are suddenly turning into real investment in the continent’s renewable-energy sector
Divided oil world
24 October 2016
The global crude supply landscape has transformed over the past two years, bringing some blessings and many curses for producers
A glimpse of recovery for distillates
24 October 2016
Falling runs and Middle East maintenance will tighten European distillate supply in Q4
Running the rule on US supply
20 October 2016
The head of the EIA discusses the market, the debate over fracking and what the future holds for the country’s energy data
Back to the new normal
13 October 2016
Judging by history, and reflecting rampant supply, tepid demand and a passive Opec, $50 oil is about where the price belongs
Nigeria’s oil output still hampered
3 October 2016
An exemption from Opec’s supply deal will mean nothing unless the unrest abates
The end is nigh
21 September 2016
US power sector demand for natural gas is soaring. The glut could be about to end
Enbridge's new pipeline behemoth
5 October 2016
Enbridge's takeover of Spectra looks like a smart move at a time of shrinking opportunities for pipeline builders
Legal Services Provider of the Year, 2016: King & Spalding LLP
16 September 2016
Energy Finance Provider of the Year, 2016: Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group
16 September 2016
Technology Company of the Year, 2016: GE Oil & Gas
16 September 2016
Energy Consultancy of the Year (Public Relations), 2016: Hill+Knowlton Strategies
16 September 2016
Petronas - an unusual NOC
13 October 2016
Low oil prices have hurt, but Petronas is adapting
Better by design?
18 October 2016
Europe’s evolving energy market needs to focus on effective mapping
Energy gets brighter
18 October 2016
As the world’s population increases its energy consumption will grow, but much more efficiently
Ecuador taps into water
18 October 2016
Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy explains ambitious plan to develop hydro resources
Nigeria to go all out for biofuels
18 October 2016
As the country’s crude production continues to suffer, it is turning to alternative fuels
All eyes on Turkey ahead of WPC
18 October 2016
The country’s importance as an energy hub will continue to increase. Istanbul was a natural choice to hold the upcoming World Petroleum Congress
Artificial intelligence and rural African power
18 October 2016
The energy sector has enjoyed great benefits from technological developments over the last few decades. That could be just the beginning