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Why Norway Won’t Give Up On Oil & Gas

Jul 29, 2021

Norway doesn’t have any second thoughts about oil exploration and investment in light of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) report suggesting that no new fossil fuel exploration would be needed for a net-zero world.

by Tsvetana Paraskova

From Shell to Unilever, plastics polluters back recycling-tech flops

Jul 29, 2021

Some of the world’s biggest multinationals are hailing so-called advanced recycling as the solution to a waste crisis that has lawmakers looking to crack down on plastics use.

by Reuters

China crackdown could knock crude oil import growth to 20-year low

Jul 23, 2021

Beijing's crackdown on the misuse of import quotas combined with the impact of high crude prices could see China's growth in oil imports sink to the lowest in two decades in 2021, despite an expected rise in refining rates in the second half.

by Reuters

Oil prices anticipate increase in production: Kemp

Jul 17, 2021

Oil prices are sending mixed signals about the production-consumption balance in the second half of 2021 and early 2022, implying the market is currently tight but likely to see significantly more output in the near future.

by Reuters

U.S. petroleum inventories are becoming tight

Jul 11, 2021

U.S. petroleum inventories have fallen below the pre-pandemic five-year average with consumption accelerating but crude producers slow to respond to rising prices, signalling more supply is needed.

by John Kemp

Could Guyana Replace Venezuela As A Regional Oil Giant?

Jul 4, 2021

Guyana is continuing to build its reputation as the new oil hub of the Americas, with more oil firms seeking a stake in the country’s oil fields where it seems new discoveries are being made almost every month as exploration activities continue.

By Felicity Bradstock

The Oil Collapse, 15 Months Later

Jun 30, 2021

  • So far, oil prices are remaining above the $70/barrel limit in previous forecasts, and we expect that strength to continue.

  • Inflationary fears can help support prices in the short term while market fundamentals help support them in the long run.

  • We expect companies to begin to redirect their focus on shareholder returns as prices remain strong.

by The Value Portfolio

Lumber And Oil: This Inflation Is Not Transitory

Jun 24, 2021

Fed chairman points to lumber price fall as evidence inflation is "transitory." Lumber prices are likely to stay elevated vs. historic levels. Similar dynamic for oil. Does this sound like "transitory"?

by Josh Young

$100 Crude Oil is Coming!

Jun 22, 2021

The author suggests that curde oil will soon reach $100, as they don't think crude oil supply will meet crude oil demand over the short term.

by Romil Patel

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