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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.

EU Set to Demand E-fuel Cars Have No Climate Impact

The EU is set to demand that cars running on e-fuels must be 100% carbon neutral if they are to be sold beyond 2035, a draft document showed. 

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.

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. 

Sunak Delays UK Petrol Car Ban, Seeking Voter Support on Climate

The U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's watering down of Britain's plans to tackle climate change sparked outrage from businesses producing energy products. 

Air Products Sues Feds to Halt Federal Helium System Sale

Industrial gas giant Air Products has asked a federal court to stop the U.S. government’s plans to auction off the Federal Helium System.

Exclusive: Canada Should Follow US IRA Roadmap, Says Enserva CEO [WATCH]

In this Hart Energy LIVE Exclusive, Enserva CEO Gurpreet Lail makes the case for following the U.S.' energy transition roadmap and how Canadian companies are responding to the challenge of net zero. 

Energy Transition Demands Like Asking ‘Homeless to Diet,’ Global E&Ps Say

Oil and gas company executives from West Africa, Indonesia and Brazil said at the World Petroleum Congress the energy transition has one finish line, but many different starting points.