Tag: EIA

NUMBERS DO NOT SUPPORT OPTIMISM

S&P Global published report titled “Industry Top Trend 2017” which indicates that rating trends across the energy sector continue to stabilise. The sub-sectors with the highest percentage of negative outlooks primarily are oilfield services and […]

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Oil prices fall on expected climb in U.S. production

This is another confirmation that OPEC’s possible decision to extend agreement on production cuts during its meeting scheduled to take place in May would not be effective. *** Oil prices fell in thin trade on […]

WHY INCREASING ROLE OF RENEWABLES AND CLIMATE CHANGE – TWO IMPORTANT FACTORS – ARE NOT INCLUDED INTO OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY OUTLOOK?

Even without going to details, it becomes clear that dramatically improved cost efficiency of renewable energy sources within short period of time and urgent nature of implementation of the required measures ┬áto address issues of […]

BP 2017 ENERGY OUTLOOK: The issue of the Climate Change needs to be incorporated into the base case of the forecast

BP published 2017 Energy Outlook. The report outlines potential scenarios for global energy markets over the next 20 years based on assumptions and judgements about future changes in policy, technology and the economy In his […]