Tagged With US
Time to build Russian-US bridges
19 April 2017
Former Russian energy minister Igor Yusufov says the new US administration will be a boon for hydrocarbons cooperation
Why geopolitics still matter to oil
13 April 2017
Trump might not bring more war to the Middle East, but as fundamentals tighten the market is ready to trade such risks
Pioneer's startling Permian output-growth plans
29 March 2017
Pioneer Natural Resources' growth plans will transform the company and points to a long bull run for Texas's prolific shale play
In the US northeast, more pipes and more gas
29 March 2017
New infrastructure will unleash new supplies from the Marcellus and Utica. It could temper the recent price rally
Canada: Trump OK is not the end of the line for Keystone XL
28 March 2017
The challenges are not over for the pipeline which will run from Alberta to the Gulf Coast
The US builds for the future
27 March 2017
Rapid rebalancing of the world's seaborne gas market will be crucial to the success of US exports
Glimmers beyond the glut
27 March 2017
Global exports are heading for a hefty surplus. It will take a brave developer to sanction a sizeable new plant without lining up buyers first
Oil and gas in the new world order
22 March 2017
Geopolitical risks are changing and rising. The energy sector will be in the crosshairs
Slow reset of US-Russian relations
20 March 2017
Trump and Tillerson should help improve US-Russia relations. But an end to sanctions doesn't look imminent
Building walls
20 March 2017
The new White House promises to be generous to energy. Some policies will be anything but
What would the US border tax adjustment mean for energy?
14 March 2017
A mooted border tax would likely strengthen the dollar and may buoy some oil producers. But it could raise US pump prices, be bearish for world crude markets and disruptive to geopolitics, and spark tit-for-tat trade spats
Tellurian - American spirit
24 February 2017
Despite a global supply glut, Tellurian is pressing ahead with plans to build more cheap US LNG-export capacity
Taxing times in the US
20 February 2017
A proposed US border levy would lift producers, hit consumers and upend oil markets
Global oil demand - an inexact science
20 February 2017
Should you bet the house - or your company's drilling programme - on long-term forecasts for oil demand?
Trump's US gas disrupters
15 February 2017
American LNG exporters are already reshaping Europe's gas markets. Will the country's new government accelerate the transition?
Memo to Washington: Don't mess with the booming US-Mexico energy trade
15 February 2017
Relations are on the rocks in the early days of the Trump administration. Jeopardising the energy relationship would be a loss for both sides
Trump is bullish for oil
3 February 2017
The market should start pricing in the mounting geopolitical risks
New year, new price
27 January 2017
Brent futures will rise this year. So will volatility
Big Oil will get a bigger voice under Trump
16 January 2017
Oil's stock is on the rise in Washington DC as industry backers prepare to take the reins of power
Opec cuts, shale mends
10 January 2017
Is American tight oil going to ruin the price recovery?
Diminishing gas glut
3 January 2017
Falling production and higher demand should tighten the US natural gas market in 2017
Margin call
3 January 2017
European refining enjoyed a healthy end to 2016. Opec's production deal should add further support
Tapping out
8 December 2016
The Trans-Alaska Pipeline—an economic lifeline for the state and an American oil industry icon—is under threat as output declines
Will US LNG lure Gazprom into a price war in Europe?
8 December 2016
Cheap supplies from across the Atlantic threaten the Russian firm’s position. How will it respond?
Electric vehicles - known unknown threat
8 December 2016
Electric vehicles are either a fad or a big problem for the oil industry, depending on who you speak to. But the sector should beware of complacency
The bear necessities
8 December 2016
Opec has tried to put a floor in the price. But further strength in 2017 will depend on the reaction of other suppliers and aversion of many risks