February 23, 2018

Saudi Arabia Looks To Profit From The U.S. Shale Boom

In an attempt to profit from the U.S. shale boom, Saudi Aramco has considered the possibility of shipping US crude to Asia via its Motiva unit in Port Arthur
February 22, 2018

The U.S. Oil Industry Sets Its Sights On Asia

The boom in United States oil production is certainly a game changer for global oil markets, but can domestic infrastructure support further growth?
February 22, 2018

Oil Prices Rise After EIA Reports Crude Draw

Oil prices rose on Thursday morning after the EIA reported a draw in crude inventories, while reporting a minor build in gasoline stocks
February 22, 2018

Saudis Ready To Swing Oil Market Into Deficit

Saudi Arabia is taking an increasingly aggressive approach to moving oil prices higher as the Aramco IPO nears
February 21, 2018

Frac Sand Shortage Threatens Shale Boom

A shortage of frac sand could drive up drilling costs for frackers this year, threatening to slow the surge in shale production
February 21, 2018

Brazil’s Coming Oil Boom Will Weigh On Oil Prices

Plagued by years of corruption, mismanagement and economic strife, Brazil’s struggling energy sector could finally be poised for a turnaround
February 20, 2018

Payment Delays Could Jeopardize Libya’s Oil Production

Libya’s oil production could be in jeopardy as the finance ministry struggles to make budget payments to the National Oil Corporation
February 20, 2018

India Will Lead Global Oil Demand By 2035

India’s oil demand is growing at an astounding rate, adding to the bullish factors that have pushed oil prices to their recent highs
February 20, 2018
Canada’s Oil Crisis Continues To Worsen

Canada’s Oil Crisis Continues To Worsen

The bad news continues to roll in for Canadian oil producers, with Alberta’s low pipeline capacity being compounded by a rail car shortage