Kevin Barry of Consulting Research Group discusses the big debt levels many energy companies in the U.S. have amassed, and how that could impact production.
“It is no secret that airlines, in particular here in the North Atlantic, are now dealing with a more difficult operating environment than before,” Central Bank Governor Mar Gudmundsson said in an interview in Reykjavik […]
Venezuela will increase its oil exports to China to one million barrels a day (of 1.4 million), President Nicolas Maduro has said, following a visit to Beijing. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/09/venezuela-significantly-increase-oil-exports-china-180919070322004.html
Fueled by debt and years of easy credit, America’s energy boom is on shaky footing. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/01/opinion/the-next-financial-crisis-lurks-underground.html
The wild tale of America’s energy revolution, and the cowboy who made and lost billions on shale. https://www.theguardian.com/news/2018/aug/30/how-the-us-fracking-boom-almost-fell-apart
Since the election on July 1 of veteran leftist politician Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO for short), a dark cloud of uncertainty has gathered over the future of Mexico’s oil industry, which was already in […]
The Donald Trump administration’s determination to squeeze Iran economically after withdrawing from the nuclear deal is already succeeding on one front: frightening European investors out of making deals with Tehran. Yet Iran’s leadership thinks it […]