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What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week? (Sept. 25, 2023)

For the upcoming week, Stratas Advisors expects oil prices to be under pressure and may test $90 again, with the price of Brent not able to break through $95.00 last week.

Recognizing Industry Contributions to Decarbonization

Bolstered by billions in federal loans, grants and tax incentives, investments are being made in both energy transition and oil and gas projects, an indication of long-term sustainable growth.

Exclusive: EQT CEO on Unleashing the U.S. LNG Sector [WATCH]

In this Hart Energy LIVE Exclusive interview, EQT CEO Toby Rice describes what unleashing the U.S. LNG sector would look like. 

Chart Talk: Global Oil Prices on a Massive Upward Trend

Oil prices for select global crudes are on a massive upward trend with $100/bbl just out of reach, according to data from General Index, a tech-native benchmark provider, and analysts say the prices prices are driven by OPEC+’s decision to extend production cuts.

Russia's Gasoline Prices on Exchange Down Almost 10% After Export Ban

Russian wholesale gasoline Ai-92 grade prices fell by 9.7% to $582 per metric ton on Sept. 22 following a government ban on fuel exports.

Sempra Infrastructure Receives FERC Approval for Port Arthur LNG Phase 2

Phase 2 of Sempra Infrastructure’s Port Arthur LNG would add two liquefaction trains with an LNG liquefaction capacity of 13 mtpa.

Analyst Suggests New Grid is ‘Junk Science’ Masquerading as Math

The U.S.' path in the energy transition has its roadblocks, and right now, it's like watching two drunks fall down a hill, says analyst Michael Cembalest. 

Venezuela, Trinidad Sign Deal to Promote Energy Projects

The governments of Venezuela and Trinidad and Tobago signed an inter-institutional agreement related to joint hydrocarbon projects and bilateral trade between the countries.

Oil to Rise, But Won’t Break $100

Stratas Advisors still holds the view that oil prices will not break through $100/bbl this year. 

How Carbon-neutral LNG Descended into a ‘Shadow Market’

Carbon-neutral LNG is here to stay, an oil and gas analyst at the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies & Research Center said at the World Petroleum Congress, but first the industry must repair its shady reputation.