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US Oil Exports Can Compete at $30 Break-Even
Monday, July 06, 2020Asian economies that appear to have a handle on the initial macroeconomic destruction caused by COVID-19 also happen to be prolific buyers of U.S. light sweet crude.
Agile but Slow US Shale Recovery Likely
Wednesday, July 01, 2020Firmer oil prices have resulted in companies bringing back some wells they shut over April and May. However, the recovery road could be a long one this time around.
Coronavirus Downturn May Nullify 10 Years of Oil Demand Growth
Tuesday, May 05, 2020Unprecedented crude oil demand declines over the second quarter of the year will wipe out over a decade of industry growth in barrel terms.
Oil Slump, US Sanctions Push Iran to Desperate Sales Tactics
Thursday, April 23, 2020Dire market conditions and Covid-19 have sent Iran scrambling for ways to monetize its sanction-ridden barrels at a time of historically low prices.
Saudi Belligerence Pushes VLCC Rates to Comedic Highs
Wednesday, April 01, 2020A month of historically low crude oil prices have brought along barmy rates for leasing high capacity oil tankers.
Coronavirus Accelerates Inevitable Crumbling Of OPEC+ Bonhomie
Tuesday, March 10, 2020An unsustainable oil producers' alliance gets undone by an unprecedented crude demand crisis that has forecasters shooting blind.
Coronavirus Oil Demand Destruction is Unprecedented
Monday, February 10, 2020The default implication is that there will be lower economic activity in China and therefore much lower crude consumption.
Higher Non-OPEC Output Will Keep Oil Prices Honest in 2020
Monday, January 20, 2020OPEC and its allied producers might be cutting output, but incremental non-OPEC production and demand doubts are likely to prevent oil benchmarks from overshooting current trading ranges.
Is the US Shale Boom Really About to End?
Thursday, December 26, 2019While there is distress for some companies, the situation offers an opportunity for others.
OPEC's Production Cut Has Limited Upside for Oil Prices
Monday, December 23, 2019Demand concerns and an expected flood of non-OPEC barrels could bring the group uncertain rewards and limited price support.
Oil Majors' Carbon, Portfolio Changes Offer Long-Term Positives
Wednesday, November 13, 2019Both BP and Royal Dutch Shell recently shared downbeat financials but their long-term objectives are a silver lining.
Honeywell on Constant Lookout for Tech Savvy Oil, Gas Talent
Friday, November 08, 2019Jason Urso, CTO of Honeywell's global software industrial automation unit, says the company wants energy enthusiasts who appreciate software-based tech.
Oil Hub of Fujairah Thriving Amid Rising Geopolitical Risk
Monday, October 07, 2019Fujairah has seen incremental investment as a port that bypasses the Strait of Hormuz which Iran has threatened to block. (Photo: Gaurav Sharma)
'Smart' Appalachian Operators Can Handle Sub $2 Natural Gas
Friday, September 27, 2019Conventional natural gas production site in Pennsylvania, a state at the heart of rising production volumes in the U.S. Appalachian Basin. (Photo: Gaurav Sharma, Sept. 10, 2019)
Oil, Gas Automation Fuelling ABB Americas' Hunt for Digital Natives
Monday, August 19, 2019ABB's Head of Group Service tells Rigzone its ideal hires these days are disruptors capable of combining technology with deep domain expertise. (Greg Scheu,center; Photo credit: Fox Business)
Oil, Gas Industry is Embracing its 'Big Data Tsunami'
Monday, July 22, 2019The industry's nervousness about storing data off-site is disappearing as machine learning and volumes of big data make cloud computing an inevitable reality.
Vladimir Putin Has OPEC Where He Wants It
Friday, July 05, 2019In its bid to make a tangible impact on oil prices, the cartel has attached its credibility to an unpredictable coterie of 10 Russian-led non-OPEC crude exporters, leaving itself reliant on Moscow's stance.
OPEC's Missing Strategy for Oil Output Cuts Carries Bearish Risks
Thursday, June 13, 2019Crude cartel's pact on output reduction with 10 Russian-led non-OPEC producers has to end at some point and that only points to more barrels on the market.
Trump's Unrealistic Rhetoric on US LNG Exports to Baltic States
Friday, April 26, 2019Volume potential and market size are just not big enough for American exporters chasing lucrative Latin American and Asian offtake.
Next US Shale Wave Will Need Fewer Heads, Different Skills
Wednesday, March 27, 2019Technology, process optimization and a different kind of headcount would lead the second exploration and production uptick.
How Industry 4.0 is Reshaping Oil and Gas Recruitment
Tuesday, February 19, 2019Slowly but surely, the proliferation of IIoT, robotics, augmented and virtual reality are leading to a step change in hiring strategies.
Oil Unlikely to Escape $60-70/bbl Prices in 2019
Monday, January 28, 2019Wall Street forecasts of spikes and dives will follow as usual, but the market appears in no mood for a substantial bearish or bullish turn.