Market fundamentals have changed, the Middle East is not the sole driver of the markets.
Syed Rashid Husain
PRESIDENT Donald Trump is the wild card in the oil markets today where energy geopolitics is in the lead. Before...
Markets are gauging the impact of the withdrawal of the Iran sanction waivers by the US administration.
Tougher sanctions on Iran seem contingent on US understanding that Saudi, UAE will make up lost barrels.
Although the crude market is on the up, the global economy is not in the best of health.
The output cut regimen adopted by Opec+ is yielding results.
Aramco is the world’s most profitable company.
WHILE there is a buzz all around, and even the Prime Minister Imran Khan is giving a fillip to it saying Pakistan is...
Last week WTI topped $60 a barrel for the first time since Nov 9, 2018.
IEA's executive director says, "The second wave of shale revolution is coming."
Russia and Saudi Arabia are synchronising their steps on the global energy chessboard.
“Oil prices getting too high. Opec, please relax and take it easy. World cannot take a price hike - fragile!”
Saudi, Russia are key to the success of the ongoing endeavours to stabilise the oil markets.
Despite not wanting, Saudi Arabia is back in its traditional role of the global swing producer. While the...
The Opec+ cuts are taking effect and US data is starting to reflect these changing market conditions.
The global energy horizon continues to evolve.
The presence of crude has been acknowledged in shale deposits for decades.
A volatile 2019 is very much on the cards as far as crude markets are concerned. Oversupply and demand worries are...
Why has Opec's decision to cut output failed to deliver?
Opec's control over the crude world is slipping and the organisation is beginning to look weaker and meeker.