Monthly Archives: September 2016

Sovereign wealth funds and preserving oil wealth

Declining prices have translated into lower revenues for many oil producing countries, with the economic repercussions particularly significant for those […] Read More

Oil Market Developments and Brexit

Highlights Thursday 22 September 2016 As part of its energy talk series, Access for Women in Energy, in collaboration with […] Read More

The impact of Brexit on the UK energy policy

Dr Carole Nakhle, Director, Crystol Energy, argues that, overall, the UK’s energy policy has been in line with that of […] Read More

OPEC Meeting in Algiers: A ‘Deja-Vu’ of Doha Meeting?

In an interview given to Sputnik, Dr Carole Nakhle comments on the OPEC meeting in Algiers, describing the rather contradictory […] Read More

ISIS Oil Trade and Trump’s Presidential Campaign Pledges

In an interview given to CCTV America, Dr Carole Nakhle, Director, Crystol Energy, talks about the latest developments in ISIS […] Read More

Access for Women in Energy Newsletter and Invitation – August 2016

The August 2016 edition of Access for Women in Energy Newsletter features a variety of recent stories on women’s presence […] Read More

Unlocking Brazil’s Shale Potential

Ieda Gomes, Advisor, Crystol Energy, comments on the slow development of Brazil’s shale industry. According to Mrs Gomes, exploration in the […] Read More

Oil Supply-Demand Equilibrium and Brexit Impact

Christof Rühl, Head of Global Research, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, argues that it will take “a while, maybe up to two years” […] Read More

Mexico’s energy reforms and production outlook

In 1938, Mexico became one of the first countries in the world to nationalize its oil industry. Until 2013, it […] Read More

Crystol Energy Partners with Greek Energy Forum

Crystol Energy is pleased to announce its partnership with Greek Energy Forum, an international energy think tank, with a special focus […] Read More