Crude Economics
Crude Economics
Hope in the North Sea

The UK’s most important energy resource is on the rebound.

Crude Economics
Even When OPEC Wins, It Loses

The cartel is like the proverbial dog chasing the car—what will it do when it catches it?

Crude Economics
Russia is Unhappy With OPEC’s Weak Oil Cuts

Moscow wants Libya and Nigeria to share the burden.

Crude Economics
OPEC Member Defies the Cartel’s Cuts

Ecuador is ignoring OPEC demands to reduce output.

Crude Economics
Significant Oil Discovery off Coast of Mexico

Don’t look now, but the Age of Oil isn’t over quite yet.

Crude Economics
What OPEC Is Up Against

These days, shale producers are doing more to affect market prices than petrostates.

Crude Economics
OPEC’s Output Cut Is Rotting from Within

And it’s (almost) all Libya’s fault. It’s a bad time to be a petrostate.

Crude Economics
Even as It “Cuts”, OPEC’s Production Grows

The cartel’s output grew 300,000 barrels per day last month.

Crude Economics
The First Impact of the Climate Deal Withdrawal

Oil prices fell over expectations of surging U.S. production.

Crude Economics
OPEC Doubles Down on its Losing Hand

The decision to extend production cuts was as predictable as it was desperate.

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