The novel coronavirus commands the world’s attention, but underneath the pandemic, energy geopolitics are shifting. Last week, the Director of
The bottom has fallen out of fuel demand as airlines around the world ground flights and millions of people are
US oil producers are cutting budgets for new operations which will mean fewer operations and jobs across the country with
Saudi Aramco shares have fallen below their initial public offering (IPO) level amid the crude oil price war and the
Numerous economic imbalances have defined Global North-South relations for centuries. Fossil fuels are one. Europe harnessed coal and the United
A large portion of the solar industry relies on China but Donald Trump’s tariffs and the coronavirus are damaging supply
Oil prices have tumbled after Russia refused to reach a deal with Opec to reduce output to counter the slump
Opec is close to agreeing the largest oil production cuts since the 2008 financial crisis amid warnings that Covid-19 may
Event energy and generator hire supplier Aggreko is shifting towards solar and battery power to supply sporting contests and developing
Opec (the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) says it has not decided whether to extend oil output cuts. Saudi
The UK-Australian mining firm Rio Tinto says Covid-19 may disrupt global supply chains and delay projects in Australia over the
Chinese refineries have cut production by 25 per cent on February 2019 quantities amid weaker demand and labour shortages due
The coronavirus (Covid-19) is upending two fundamental tenets of globalization: flow of people and goods and a booming Chinese economy.
The world’s largest oil exporter, Saudi Arabia, has purportedly cut exports to Eastern Asia for next month in response to
Oil, gas, iron ore and copper prices have tumbled since the coronavirus outbreak in mid-January as Chinese importers refuse deliveries.