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OilPrice.com 02/28/2020 19:30
A ban on oil and gas drilling in the United States proposed by US Democrat presidential hopefuls will cost the economy $7 trillion, US oil industry lobby group American Petroleum Institute said on Thursday. In a new report, the API calls out the price climate plans laid out by the Democrat party frontrunner socialist Bernie Sanders and another party hopeful, Elizabeth Warren, alleging that their plans to ban fracking across the nation would chip away $7.1 trillion from the gross domestic production over the next decade. It would also strip away…
OilPrice.com 02/28/2020 18:30
Total is among the shortlisted bidders for an offshore wind power project that has been estimated to cost some $7 billion, Bloomberg reports, citing unnamed sources in the know. The Seagreen project will have a capacity of 1.075 GW, divided into two wind farms to be built in the North Sea. Construction works began last month and the project is scheduled to be operational in 2024. The company leading Seagreen is UK utility SSE, which has been looking for shareholding partners in order to share the substantial costs and risks associated with the…
OilPrice.com 02/28/2020 15:30
Italy’s Eni expects its oil production to start declining after 2025 under its new long-term strategy to rely on natural gas, renewables, and new technologies to cut net greenhouse gas emissions of its energy products by 80 percent by 2050. In its Long-Term Strategic Plan to 2050 and Action Plan 2020-2023, the Italian oil and gas group set out an ambitious target to obtain by 2050 an 80-percent reduction in net scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions, referring to the entire life cycle of the energy products it sells. Thus, Eni joins other Big Oil firms…
OilPrice.com 02/28/2020 15:00
As fears of the coronavirus outbreak reaching pandemic levels continue to spread, markets have taken a beating. Investors are panic selling and nearly every sector is plummeting. (Click to enlarge) (Click to enlarge) (Click to enlarge) (Click to enlarge) (Click to enlarge) (Click to enlarge) (Click to enlarge) Friday, February 28, 2020The meltdown continues. Brent fell below $50 per barrel during intraday trading on Friday, and financial markets continued to post sharp losses. Oil is set to close out the week with the worst loss in four years.…
OilPrice.com 02/28/2020 12:30
Despite the current oil price situation, Alberta is optimistic for the next fiscal year, expecting its budget deficit to narrow as oil prices improve and disappear by 2022-23, the provincial government said in its 2020-23 budget plan. According to the document, the Albertan government expects more oil pipelines to come online in the province during this year and next, and oil sands production increases, while the gap between West Texas Intermediate and Canadian crude narrows. Interestingly enough, the government of Canada’s oil heartland…
OilPrice.com 02/28/2020 12:00
Gulf Oil Money: The Significant Fade-Away Gulf money is everywhere, but it won’t last, and nor will the reputations of the nations who hold it. The Saudi Crown Prince is fully aware of this trend and is scrambling furiously to fix it. Gulf oil money still has plenty of allure, which means Washington is still (as always) looking for ways to appease both Saudi Arabia and its close ally Israel, a strategy which works in the case of Iran, but not in the case of the Palestinian Territories. Withdrawing from the Iranian nuclear deal was a…
OilPrice.com 02/28/2020 12:00
Oil is set for its worst week since the financial crisis. I will freely admit that that has taken me somewhat by surprise, but then as a logical person, illogical panic usually does. That is what this is. Coronavirus is real and could be pretty bad, but is it really going to do enough damage to oil demand to justify a one-week decline of fifteen percent in crude? Or, is it just the market version of the kind of stupidity that leads to forty percent of America beer drinkers avoiding Corona because of the virus? I am inclined towards the latter,…
OilPrice.com 02/28/2020 11:30
The trading arm of an independent Chinese refiner went into receivership this week, sending ripples of worry across the industry that more pain is yet to come. Reuters reported the news, citing a KPMG official after the audit major was appointed receiver for Hontop Energy, a unit of Shandong-based Tianhong Chemical Co. “Hontop continues to be run by the existing management. The receiver has been appointed over specific charged assets which mainly relate to one trade transaction financed by [Singapore bank] DBS. Their involvement is limited…
OilPrice.com 02/28/2020 11:30
Oil prices sank for a sixth consecutive day early on Friday and were on track for their biggest weekly drop in more than four years as the coronavirus outbreak continues to roil global equity and oil markets. At 10:53 a.m. EST on Friday, WTI Crude was plunging by 5.92 percent at $44.30, and Brent Crude was down 4.58 percent at $49.36, after falling briefly below $50 earlier today. The sell-off on the oil market has continued for more than a week as the coronavirus spread quickly outside China—to Europe, the Middle East, and as of recently—Africa.…
OilPrice.com 02/27/2020 19:00
If you’re waiting for natural gas prices to recover, you might be in for a considerable wait, as inventories are expected to hover well above their five year average for the remainder of the year, the EIA has forecast, painting a rather sour picture for the industry that has seen investments stifled due to the lower prices.
OilPrice.com 02/27/2020 18:00
With a fiscal breakeven oil price of just over US$87 per barrel (pb) of Brent this year, around 85 per cent of its revenues still coming from the hydrocarbons sector, but only around five billion barrels of estimated proved oil reserves (barely the 22nd largest in the world), the sultanate of Oman has long been looking for some way to safeguard its financial future.
OilPrice.com 02/27/2020 16:00
Nuclear fusion has been seen as the unattainable holy grail of clean energy for decades, but just in the last year it’s been seeming more and more within reach. As catastrophic climate change looms just over the horizon, the scientific community has galvanized to find more and better solutions to decarbonizing the global economy and replacing fossil fuels with a commercially viable, renewable, and green alternative. While much of the time and capital investment has flowed to more realistic options like solar and wind, some researchers have…

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