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Is peace in the (gas) pipeline for Pyongyang?

April 18 2018 00:01:01 EST

What’s the similarity between a peace pipe and a gas pipeline? Both are out of place in Pyongyang, says Eric Yep.



As oil flows in the US, so does borrowing power: Fuel for Thought

April 02 2018 00:01:46 EST

US E&P companies needing cash for drilling are likely to hear good news from banks currently preparing to size up borrowing profiles, as upstream activity continues to tick higher.



Overwhelming market interest for blockchain-powered oil trading platform VAKT: Gunvor

April 16 2018 02:01:01 EST

An initiative to modernize energy trading processes through blockchain was receiving overwhelming interest from market participants, Chief – Operations and IT, Gunvor Group, Eren Zekioglu said in an exclusive interview.



Aluminum, gasoline, jet fuel prices post double-digit gains in Trump era: Of Presidents and Prices

April 11 2018 00:01:47 EST

With President Donald Trump imposing tariffs on aluminum and steel imports last month, his taking a tougher stand on trade overall, and the US general economy growing at a healthy clip, several key commodity prices were considerably stronger on average through the end of March, compared with on January 19, 2017, the day before his inauguration.



Analysis: US avoids direct Russia confrontation with Syria airstrikes, lowering oil price risk

April 14 2018 12:06:20 EST

The US' declaration that the overnight missile strikes against Syria would be limited and a "one-time shot" may tamp down some of the risk to oil prices spiking when markets open Monday.



Factbox: Syrian crisis shines spotlight on Russian energy in Europe

April 14 2018 12:08:59 EST

The risk of a direct military confrontation between the US and Russia over Syria has raised energy security concerns in Europe. Oil prices touched three-and-half year highs above $72 b/d after US President Donald Trump signaled a possible military response to alleged chemical weapons attacks near Damascus.



Uncertainty looms over marine fuel sulfur limit: Fuel for Thought

April 02 2018 00:01:11 EST

In about 20 months, the shipping industry is going to start burning a fuel that today they know next to nothing about.



Are spot LNG prices headed up or down? Take a look at JKM Swaps

March 29 2018 04:20:06 EST

The recent winter of 2017/18 has been particularly volatile, with the physical JKM spot LNG assessment not only charting the longest rally since its inception in 2009 but also briefly returning to double-digit levels not seen in three years.



LOOP imports rare Argentinian crude cargoes: In the LOOP

March 27 2018 00:30:01 EST

Several rare cargoes of two Argentinian light sweet crude grades have made their way to the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port so far in March, and the shipments appear to be some of the first to be imported by LOOP, according to US Customs and S&P Global Platts Analytics data.



Venezuelan Alirio Parra celebrated as OPEC pioneer, PDVSA heavyweight

March 23 2018 17:25:06 EST

Slight in physical stature, but colossal in the world of oil diplomacy, Alirio Parra was laid to rest Friday in London, hailed by influential figures in the industry for his role in founding OPEC in 1960, building up Venezuela’s PDVSA and smoothing the often turbulent currents of geopolitics.



Russia plugging into electric vehicle market: Fuel for Thought

March 26 2018 00:01:11 EST

The world has seen a surge in electric vehicle use in recent years, but that plug-in push has not sparked as brightly in Russia.



Will PET bottles change tastes of Japan’s aluminum can collectors?

March 19 2018 14:50:39 EST

The beverage sector has long favored aluminum cans for being lighter, stronger and more easily recyclable than the alternatives, despite being up to three times more expensive than steel and twice more than PET.



Oil’s recovery quells concerns over rising costs

March 19 2018 05:15:06 EST

Will rapidly rising oilfield service costs derail efforts by companies to maintain fiscal austerity while hitting their production targets?



Japan aluminum’s tipple of choice: US bourbon in a can

March 13 2018 12:24:11 EST

Jim Beam, the world’s biggest-selling US bourbon whiskey, is sold mostly in aluminum cans in Japan — which could potentially take an unintended hit from the US’ recent move to impose a 10% levy on aluminum imports.



London's last chance to win $2 trillion Aramco prize

March 09 2018 14:28:24 EST

Crown Prince Mohammed's visit gives UK Prime Minister Theresa May a final opportunity to have London Stock Exchange chosen as venue for huge sale.



CERAWeek: GM’s Barra calls for expanded EV tax credits, drive toward a zero-emissions future

March 08 2018 16:32:36 EST

Emissions, agility and autonomous vehicles were the focus of General Motors CEO Mary Barra’s luncheon address to energy industry executives, March 7, at CERAWeek by IHS Markit.