for Oil Prices
Even in the medium-term, the interest in offshore drilling is looking shaky.
OPEC+ might have to extend its cuts when the group meets next month, but the pain in the U.S. shale industry may make its long-term task easier.
Chesapeake Energy's financial woes suggest the shale revolution is running on fumes.
After multiple delays, Saudi Aramco is moving forward with its IPO - but questions surround the listing amid persistent low oil prices, Saudi political issues, and fallout from the Abqaiq attack.
Slowing growth in both Persian Gulf economies and U.S. oil production gives OPEC+ plenty to think about when they discuss output cuts in early December.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's election victory could create more challenges for an energy industry already struggling with low prices and pipeline bottlenecks.
Global supply outages stand at exceptionally high levels—even as Brent struggles to stay above $60 per barrel.
A sustained campaign on tanker traffic could have significant consequences for the security of the energy shipping lanes.
The immediate impact of Abqaiq may have been minor, but the long-term lessons from this incident are bound to become more clear with time.
After the Abqaiq attacks, some analysts believe the market is overlooking rising geopolitical risk.