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Drilling returns to the shale patch as oil prices rise, but it remains to be seen if this activity will result in production.
Oil-producing countries face severe financial and political risk as the world transitions away from oil.
As oil prices rise, the shale industry assures investors it has learned its lessons.
Financial markets have already started to factor in the prospect of peak oil demand.
As oil prices jump to 13-month highs, OPEC+ has opportunity to unwind its deep production cuts.
Petrostates remain ill-prepared for the global energy transition, and could see a budgetary gap of $9 trillion over the next two decades.
Iranian and Venezuelan hopes of a swift loosening of sanctions under the Biden administration are fading fast.
As oil prices creep up, drillers' instincts for aggressive growth will clash with investor calls for restraint.
As the world embarks on an energy transition, the oil majors find themselves at a crossroads.
New COVID-19 restrictions in major economies and a new coronavirus variant raises serious oil market concerns about the next few months.