Category Archives: Energy

The war on plastic will dent oil demand more than anticipated

The oil and gas sector has spent far less time thinking about an important change that could have just as […] Read More

Mexico’s oil sector reforms face a challenge

Just six years ago, Mexico embarked on an ambitious economic reform program under the leadership of its center-left president at […] Read More

2019 Global Outlook: Market forces move developments in energy

As the new year starts, it is worth reflecting on the significant energy events that shaped 2018 and how they […] Read More

Oil and Gas Market Outlook: What Does 2019 Hold?

As part of its energy talk series, Access for Women in Energy (AccessWIE) organised a roundtable discussion on Oil and […] Read More

Venezuela: How not to run an oil sector

Venezuela stands out among oil producing countries for its contradictions. Though it sits on the world’s largest proven oil reserves, […] Read More

The year in energy – moving backward

The energy scene is usually regarded as too complicated for everyday discussion — best left to technicians, scientists, government officials […] Read More

Oil and gas pins its hopes on new technologies

The renowned Scottish scientist and inventor Alexander Graham Bell once noted: “When one door closes, another opens.” This axiom well […] Read More

The IEA Launches the World Energy Outlook, 2018

On 13 November 2018, the IEA launched its gold standard of long-term energy analysis, the World Energy Outlook (WEO). The […] Read More

Oil and money – a combo that faces a cloudy future

The oil and gas industry remains one of the world’s biggest and most complex. Yet it is also now becoming […] Read More

GIS Dossier: How Turkey scored big in the gas pipeline game

Geopolitical Intelligence Services (GIS) “Dossiers” aim to give readers a quick overview of critical topics, regions or conflicts. This survey centers on […] Read More