Category Archives: Supply

Angola’s oil comeback: Cautious optimism

A few years after the end of the civil war that ravaged the country for 27 years, Angola made world […] Read More

The UAE’s oil and gas investment spree

In a world that is increasingly planning for the post-hydrocarbon age, the United Arab Emirates is heading in the opposite […] Read More

Assessing Tunisia’s Upstream Petroleum Fiscal Regime

The overriding objective of this paper is to examine Tunisia’s upstream petroleum fiscal regime, in consideration of the government’s stated […] Read More

A New Oil Era: How US Tight Oil Mutes Middle East Tensions

When oil tankers were recently attacked in the Strait of Hormuz, few analysts rushed to predict mayhem in global oil […] Read More

The disruptive power of American tight oil

Tight oil has increased global supplies and competition U.S. supplies should maintain growth in the medium term The influence of […] Read More

GIS Dossier: The shale gas revolution

GIS Dossiers aim to give readers a quick overview of key topics, regions or conflicts. This survey reviews the consequences […] Read More

The U.S. shale revolution continues to alter gas markets

Primarily an American story, the “shale revolution” ended up having a transformational impact on both the United States and global […] Read More

The long ‘bridge’ of carbon capture and storage technology

There is no single magic bullet for turning global energy consumption patterns toward a cleaner future. Greening energy is not […] 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

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