for Oil Demand
Global markets continue to be roiled by the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Differing responses to the effect of the coronavirus on oil markets has caused a split between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
The coronavirus's chilling effect on global oil demand is exposing the frailties in Iraq's oil-based economy.
As Coronavirus reignites the global oil demand debate, near-term problems have brought back concerns about the long-term viability of oil and gas.
With oil prices plummeting amid China's coronavirus outbreak, OPEC+ plans drastic action to head off an oil market meltdown
Amid weaker demand and chronic oversupply, U.S. shale is facing fundamental questions about its longevity.
If U.S. shale does not live up to market expectations, the oil market could tighten up by more than anticipated.
Talk of a global oil glut in 2020 is predicated on supply growth in U.S. shale—but predictions of shale's increases vary wildly.
Although some observers paint automation and the future of work as a zero-sum game, the choice between technology and workers does not have to be binary.
Even in the medium-term, the interest in offshore drilling is looking shaky.