Category Archives: Production

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

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

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 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