Report
Shale oil drillers bring out the knife
9 July 2015
Cost cutting, not production growth, is now the sector’s obsession
The survival of US shale
6 July 2015
Despite the fall in global commodity prices, the US keeps producing. This is due to the ‘portfolio effect’ and better technology, show Philippe A. Charlez of Total and Pierre Delfiner of PetroDecisions
US oil growth set to decline says the EIA
2 July 2015
The price plunge is testing the resilience of the world’s biggest oil producer
Low prices encouraging US gasoline consumption
2 July 2015
Drivers, builders and refiners are gorging on cheap oil and making the most of the market
China's slowing economy may threaten energy markets
28 May 2015
After a decade of rampant growth, the Chinese economy is cooling. The way the country uses energy is changing too
Cautious optimism over China's shale-gas plans
28 May 2015
The country’s huge reserves are not living up to their promise
China's NOCs start to feel the pinch
28 May 2015
The country’s oil giants aren’t in the rosiest financial health, but remain ready to scoop up assets elsewhere
New laws open opportunities in Mexico
24 April 2015
A raft of legislation has liberalised the energy sector. Elisabeth Eljuri, partner and head of Latin America at Norton Rose Fulbright, and Leonie Timmers, trainee solicitor currently based in the firm’s Paris office, give an overview
Reform in Mexico gives regulators more power
24 April 2015
Mexico’s newly empowered energy regulators will be critical to the success of the opening. They have their work cut out
Plenty of options for LNG as US projects grow
26 March 2015
As the US is poised to become a major gas exporter, operators are seeing a broader range of finance options, writes Inosi Nyatta
Back to the future for reserve based finance amid downturn
26 March 2015
Jason Fox and Olivia Caddy, from Bracewell & Giuliani, consider the debt markets for E&P companies and the changes to the financial landscape since the last oil price rout
Smaller drillers face tough financing conditions
26 March 2015
All firms are looking for financing, but some will face more difficult times than others
The Gulf is an indispensable oil region
26 February 2015
For the world’s essential energy-producing region, weak oil prices are an opportunity
Saudis sticking to oil marketing strategy
26 February 2015
Despite downturn, Riyadh is confident enough to play the long game
Salman makes changes in Saudi Arabia
26 February 2015
Saudi Arabia’s new king has moved swiftly, putting new faces in power and retiring older ones. Ali Naimi remains oil minister, but his future is less clear
Opportunities will come if Iranian nuclear deal is reached
26 February 2015
The possibility of an Iranian nuclear deal looms over the Gulf’s Arab states. It needn’t be feared, writes Robin Mills
Yemen political struggle causes problems for energy sector
26 February 2015
The seizure of power by Houthi fighters leaves the country and its energy sector close to collapse
Gulf states turn to plentiful LNG
26 February 2015
A region rich in gas is yet to figure out how to make the most of it
First solar powered plane set to travel the world in March
26 February 2015
Solar Impulse 2 has been named as an exploration to prove that clean energy flight travel is possible
Big shale: the rise and rise of American gas
15 September 2014
Despite patchy opposition to hydraulic fracturing, US output will remain the bedrock of global unconventional supply for decades
Boom-times for US refiners as output increases by 49%
22 April 2014
Over the past five years, US crude oil production has increased by more than the entire output of Nigeria
The Arctic land grab underway as the region opens up
20 February 2014
A region rich in oil and gas has many suitors, each with rival claims to the icy north
2012 Independent Storage Survey: ARA is better in Rotterdam
11 December 2012
The Rotterdam oil storage business has strengthened on the growth in long-distance trade