for Oil Prices
Poor results for Big Oil causes concern among investors - and places pressure on the oil majors.
This latest outage represents a dangerous new phase for Libya, even as global markets have largely shrugged off the disruption.
The supply risk is far from over despite de-escalating Iran-U.S. tensions, but the price retreat reflects a world still awash in oil.
The killing of Qassem Soleimani is a seismic event in U.S.-Iran relations, and could have far-reaching consequences.
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.
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.