for Oil Production
If BP sticks to its net-zero commitments, it could offer a model for other international oil companies to follow.
Poor results for Big Oil causes concern among investors - and places pressure on the oil majors.
Considered the heartland of the U.S. shale revolution, signs are emerging that production in the Permian Basin may be peaking.
Amid weaker demand and chronic oversupply, U.S. shale is facing fundamental questions about its longevity.
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.