From transparency to value, the problems facing Aramco's IPO will likely to continue to dog Riyadh as it tries to cement Aramco as the world's most valuable company.
Talk of a global oil glut in 2020 is predicated on supply growth in U.S. shale—but predictions of shale's increases vary wildly.
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The Power of Siberia pipeline connects Russian gas to Chinese consumers—redrawing the energy map in the process.
Iranian protests against steep gasoline price hikes shows the government is struggling to balance its budget as oil exports decline.
As the electric vehicle market matures, increasing attention is being paid to the United States' critical mineral supply chain.
Sales of ICE vehicles may well have peaked, but it is still far too soon to write oil's obituary.
Although some observers paint automation and the future of work as a zero-sum game, the choice between technology and workers does not have to be binary.
Even in the medium-term, the interest in offshore drilling is looking shaky.
OPEC+ might have to extend its cuts when the group meets next month, but the pain in the U.S. shale industry may make its long-term task easier.