International

Crude Oil , International

Perry Calls Oil Market Robust After Attack On Saudi Plants

Department of Energy is ready to respond if a release from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve is needed, he says.

September 16, 2019

Crude Oil , International

Opinion: Will Hard Lessons Of Saudi Oil Attack Be Learned?

Ramping up tensions with a country like Iran invites a counterpunch, says Reuters columnist.

September 16, 2019

International

Saudi Prince Abdulaziz: Oil Hawk With Soft Diplomacy Touch

New energy minister moves quickly to rebuild trust with other OPEC members.

September 13, 2019

Exploration & Production , International

Ukraine Strips US Firm Trident Of Oil Exploration Rights In Black Sea

The previous government of Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, who lost power after a July election, did not give final approval before leaving office.

September 13, 2019

Unconventional , International

Colombia Court Maintains Moratorium On Fracking

The decision by three magistrates from the Council of State, which is tasked with ruling on administrative matters, comes amid a larger case about the use of hydraulic fracturing, which breaks up rock formations with pressurized liquid.

September 11, 2019

Crude Oil , Trade , International

OPEC Cuts 2020 Oil Demand Forecast, Urges Effort To Avert New Glut

Cartel may move to deeper cuts as the global economic slowdown collides with an expected growth in supply.

September 11, 2019

International , Infrastructure , Pipelines

EU’s Top Court Curtails Gazprom Access To Nord Stream Link

Russian company is denied the ability to ship more gas on the Opal pipeline.

September 10, 2019

Crude Oil , International

Opinion: Policy Options For Saudi Arabia’s New Energy Minister

Prince must balance production restraint against the need for more revenue.

September 10, 2019

Investment , International

Sharp Rise In Number Of Investors Dumping Fossil Fuel Stocks

Climate group 350.org cites the Paris accord as a major driver in discouraging investment.

September 9, 2019

Exploration & Production , International

US Judge Rejects Exxon, Shell Attempt To Revive $1.8 Billion Arbitration Award

The companies claimed that Nigerian oil company took more crude from the project than was allowed.

September 5, 2019