US oil companies are in much better shape than the cartel seems to think.
The U.S. oil rig count is rising with oil prices.
Russia’s Energy Minister again poured cold water on the notion that Moscow might join OPEC in production cuts.
The cartel is talking about cuts, but all its members are doing is ramping up their output.
Venezuela wants Russia to reduce production. The Kremlin doesn’t want to play ball.
If OPEC cuts output this November—a big if—American frackers will be cheering the loudest.
Will this push petrostates to act in Algiers next week?
As the House of Saud cuts spending, the country’s middle class is hurting.
We’re one week away from an Algeria meeting that could produce an oil “freeze.”
Limiting oil production won’t accomplish much if demand doesn’t pick up.
After threatening Putin with new sanctions over Syria, European leaders discover they lack the political will to deliver.
The United States is now going to have to figure out how to help Venezuela avoid completely melting down, with the Venezuelan strongman still at the helm.
Companies are defying orders to cut back on air pollution.
Philippine officials sought to clarify Duterte’s comments on separating from the U.S., but the situation is still murky.
Is it Gary Johnson’s world? Not necessarily.
Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin thinks Moscow can add 4 million barrels per day in the coming years.