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Source: Houston Chronicle

Saudi Arabia should follow Russia, even if it kills OPEC

Houston Chronicle


Is it really over? So soon?

Russia’s unwillingness to go along with Saudi Arabia’s emergency supply cut fuels speculation the whole OPEC+ thing is done. I don’t agree. OPEC+ has always been largely a marketing and political tool. …

Source: CNBC

Here’s why financial markets are tanking around the world

CNBC


A group of oil-producing nations known as OPEC failed to reach a deal with its allies over oil output cuts following a meeting in Vienna on Friday. This led OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia to slash its official selling prices

The Key Question: How Much Longer Will OPEC+ Hold Together?

The Key Question: How Much Longer Will OPEC+ Hold Together?

From Forbes

Jason Bordoff, the Founding Director of the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, noted on Twitter early Monday morning that “Everyone who’s been writing for years that shale is the new swing supplier, this is what …

November 27, 2018 - 1:59 pm Closing Bell Story‎, Energy News, OPEC
$2 Trillion Annual Investment in New Supply is Needed to Meet Energy Demand to 2040: IEA

$2 Trillion Annual Investment in New Supply is Needed to Meet Energy Demand to 2040: IEA

Worldwide, government policy decisions will be prime determinant of world’s energy direction
In a new report, the International Energy Agency outlines new scenarios regarding fuels use and supply and demand, saying government policy decisions will determine what happens in the

U.S. Shale to Offset Global Production Problems: Analysts

U.S. Shale to Offset Global Production Problems: Analysts

From CNBC

A sustained upswing in U.S. shale growth is likely to offset global production problems over the coming months, energy analysts told CNBC on Wednesday.

The mood music in the energy market has been heavily influenced by a flurry …

Who Will Drive Global Oil Prices in 2015 – U.S. Shale Producers, Saudi Arabia or OPEC?

Who Will Drive Global Oil Prices in 2015 – U.S. Shale Producers, Saudi Arabia or OPEC?

Falling oil prices have helped sell a lot of Rolaids lately, particularly in places like Houston where U.S. E&Ps are trying to plan their future drilling commitments, based on uncertain commodities prices in 2015.
On Monday, some NYMEX options traders …

October 28, 2014 - 4:28 pm Oil and Gas 360 Articles, OPEC