for Oil Prices
Low oil prices and high-profile deals point to a shift toward consolidation in the U.S. oil industry.
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.
BP believes evolving policy, technological advances and COVID-19 mean peak oil demand will be reached in the 2020s—or has already happened.
Oil prices fall as the summer driving season ends, inventories remain high and refineries worldwide struggle with overcapacity.
In a sign of the times, ExxonMobil has been replaced on the Dow Jones Industrial Average by tech company Salesforce.
U.S. state governments dependent on oil and gas revenues face a fiscal crunch as COVID-19 hits production.
OPEC+ is ramping up production just as the demand outlook has begun to deteriorate.
Behind the billions of dollars in write-downs is a substantially gloomier assumption about the long-term trajectory of the oil market.
The Dakota Access pipeline shutdown could remove 570,000 barrels per day of takeaway capacity from the Bakken shale formation.