The Fuse


Libyan Civil War Threatens Oil Supply

The attack on Libya’s capital by a militia called the Libyan National Army threatens to cut off, or at least disrupt, the nation’s oil supply.

topics: Khalifa Haftar, Libya, National Oil Company, OPEC, Sharara

Aramco Lifts the Lid on its Financials in New Bond Prospectus

Aramco's bond prospectus details a company which has production costs that are less than half of its nearest rival and achieves levels of production greater than ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell BP and Total combined.

topics: Aramco, Aramco bond, NOPEC, OPEC, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Aramco

LNG Supply Tightness in 2020s, But Glut Today

LNG prices are set to tumble as a raft of new projects come online, but a tighter market is expected in the 2020s as project developers face questions on the next tranche of export projects.

topics: Golden Pass, LNG, LNG Exports, LNG Markets, LNG Oversupply, Sabine Pass