Category Archives: Supply

Back to too much oil?

For most of the oil industry’s earlier history its overarching problem was not shortage but too many producers and too […] Read More

OECD Guiding Principles for Durable Extractive Contracts

Drastic changes in oil prices, like the one we are witnessing today, typically push many host governments to renegotiate contracts […] Read More

The Future of Oil and Gas Exploration: Event Highlights

Access for Women in Energy (AccessWIE), in collaboration with IHS Markit, organised an evening seminar on the Future of Oil […] Read More

A Saudi-U.S.-Russia Oil Deal Is Not a Good Idea

When Russia walked out on OPEC+ rather than contribute to more output cuts, Saudi Arabia turned on the crude taps. […] Read More

What Are the Medium-Term Implications of Saudi Arabia’s Oil Price War With Russia?

In a survey of experts on matters relating to Middle Eastern and North African politics and security carried out by […] Read More

Kuwait oil: Time to catch up

Kuwait sits on 102 billion barrels of proven oil reserves – an amount equivalent to 6 percent of the world’s […] Read More

Oil in the energy transition age

Around the world, governments are introducing aggressive policies to promote the expansion of green energy in the hope of replacing […] Read More

Eastern Mediterranean Oil and Gas Outlook

In an interview given to Extractives Hub, a joint project between CEPMLP at Dundee University and DFID, Dr Carole Nakhle, […] Read More

Shadow over Brazil’s oil production outlook

Brazil is expected to be one of the most significant sources of oil supply growth in the next five years, […] Read More

The Resource Curse Hits Lebanon Without the Resource

There is no shortage of analysis and commentaries linking the unrest that Lebanon has been witnessing since October 2019 to […] Read More