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Aggressive strikes as part of the Tidal Wave II campaign have had an undisputed impact on the entire ISIS oil supply chain.
The past two years have reminded many observers that black gold is tough to beat, no matter what commitments countries make, and that countries like China still have a lot of room to grow.
Video: Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih’s Full Comments Before OPEC Ministerial Meeting
Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih comments on his expectations for an OPEC deal, cooperation from non-OPEC members, and timelines for market rebalancing.
Approval from the federal government of two major pipelines, rising oil prices, and a the potential shift on Keystone XL mean that after two years of contraction, optimism has finally returned to Canada's oil patch.
Renewed political turmoil and the takeover of major oil terminals last month didn't stop Libyan oil production from tripling since August. How long will it last?
Two years into strikes against the ISIS oil machine have yielded results, but the caliphate continues to draw revenue from other sources.
The second quarter saw a remarkable plunge in refining margins, taking away the one source of comfort for the integrated oil majors.
The fight over territory is less about a scramble for resources in the South China Sea than it is about asserting sovereignty and hegemony in the region. Control over oil and gas reserves happens to be one component of that objective, but is not necessarily central to it.
A number of traders have come together under the hashtag #OOTT, the Organization of Oil Trading Tweeters, to share oil news, events, and a public data set of tanker traffic and global oil trade flows that rivals some of the best proprietary market analytics.