The results of the Georgia senate election upend the outlook for President-elect Biden, opening up a long list of opportunities on energy and climate-related issues.
LNG prices in northeast Asia are up more than 80 percent in just two weeks, capping off a wild bust-to-boom swing in a little over six months.
As continued OPEC curbs alongside a further hefty Saudi cut nudge WTI back above $50 per barrel, U.S. shale drillers have pulled back from the abyss.
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Underinvestment, fiscal stimulus and a weaker dollar could form the foundation for a commodity super-cycle.
Alaska’s oil industry faces an uncertain future with poor economics, a shrinking pool of capital, and the prospect of tightening environmental policy.
Lockdowns and rising COVID cases are counteracting the effects of a coronavirus vaccine on the oil market.
The IEAs latest World Energy Outlook predicts renewable energy will outcompete fossil fuels for new power generation—but more aggressive policies are needed to speed the pace of the energy transition.
The outcome of the election will have significant implications for the energy industry – but some trends are beyond White House control.
Even after historic cuts, lower demand means the oil market is still under pressure.