for Oil Dependence
In a bombshell report, the International Energy Agency states that the world must stop new fossil fuel projects immediately to hit net-zero emissions by 2050.
Petrostates remain ill-prepared for the global energy transition, and could see a budgetary gap of $9 trillion over the next two decades.
Iranian and Venezuelan hopes of a swift loosening of sanctions under the Biden administration are fading fast.
Likely Republican control of the Senate means President-elect Joe Biden's first policy actions will come from the President's pen, rather than Congressional legislation.
Low oil prices and high-profile deals point to a shift toward consolidation in the U.S. oil industry.
The Dakota Access pipeline shutdown could remove 570,000 barrels per day of takeaway capacity from the Bakken shale formation.
A growing number of analysts argue that the worst is over for oil, but demand remains substantially lower.
Oil prices have risen ahead of the next OPEC+ meeting, but OPEC-Russian coordination is far from assured.
In addition to oil, energy dominance should harness the diversity of fuels the United States has to offer and use them all to power our transportation sector.
As the coronavirus continues to hit oil demand, pressure has grown on OPEC+ to respond.