July 31, 2018

Oil Prices Seesaw As Uncertainty Grips Markets

Oil prices fell on Tuesday as both WTI and Brent look set to close out July with the biggest monthly loss in over a year. (Click […]
July 31, 2018

Iran: Saudis Can’t Replace Our Oil

U.S. President Trump is wrong to expect that Saudi Arabia and other large producers can compensate for the decline in Iranian crude oil supply resulting from […]
July 31, 2018

The Huge Battle For Fuel Efficiency Standards Starts Now

The Trump administration is set to roll out a historic weakening of fuel economy standards for the nation’s auto fleet, and, crucially, the government will seek […]
July 31, 2018

An Unexpected Windfall For U.S. Solar

U.S. solar power companies are benefiting from a slump in global PV panel prices following China’s decision to substantially reduce subsidies for the solar industry, which […]
July 31, 2018

State Dept Greenlights New Keystone XL Route

An environmental assessment of the Keystone Xl pipeline project by the State Department has concluded it will be safe for Nebraska’s water, land, and wildlife, which […]
July 31, 2018

India Cuts June Oil Purchases From Iran On U.S. Sanctions

As U.S. sanctions on Iran are about to kick in later this year, Indian oil refiners reduced their orders for Iranian crude oil in June by […]
July 31, 2018

Iraq Security Forces Disperse Oil Field Sit-Ins

Iraq’s security troops have dispersed two sit-ins in southern Iraq, one at a key oil field, local media report. The field is West Qurna-1, one of […]
July 31, 2018

New Strike At Total’s North Sea Oil, Gas Platforms Begins

Oil and gas rig workers started a 12-hour strike today at platforms in the North Sea operated by Total, in the latest industrial action by the […]
July 31, 2018

LNG Prices Soar As Heatwave Hits Eastern Asia

Japan, known for its aversion to using oil for power generation, has had little choice but to ramp up its usage of the dirtier burning hydrocarbon […]