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Sales of certain diesel models are in free-fall as Norwegians turn to Tesla and other makers of premium electric vehicles (EV), Rystad Energy finds. Norway is leading the global shift towards private EV transportation, with the highest EV ownership per capita in the world. More than one in two new cars sold in country this year run fully or partially on electricity. The biggest loser so far? The premium diesel car. According to Rystad Energy, the independent energy research firm, sales of some diesel car models are down more than 95% over the last… 08/19/2019 10:30
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers has registered as a third party ahead of the federal election in October in order to be able to discuss energy issues, the Edmonton Journal reports—a first for Canada’s oil industry. Registering as a party is compulsory for any group that wants to speak to the public about issues that could be linked to any of the candidates, following a change in the Canada Elections Act. “Given that energy remains one of the top issues being discussed by political leaders, we registered as a third… 08/19/2019 10:30
A drone attack by the Yemeni Houthis caused fire at an oil and gas field in Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom’s Energy Minister said as quoted by the Saudi Press Agency. Khalid al-Falih also said the damage caused by the explosive-laden drones was limited to a processing unit of the natural gas processing plant at the Shaybah field. The Yemeni rebel group had earlier said it was using 10 drones to attack the Shaybah field in what they said was the “biggest attack in the depths” of Saudi Arabia yet, as per a Reuters report on the event.… 08/18/2019 19:00
OPEC sees a “somewhat bearish” outlook for the rest of 2019, even as supplies remain tight in the short run. In its latest report, OPEC only slightly downgraded its forecast for global oil demand, lowering it to 1.10 million barrels per day (mb/d) for 2019, down only a minor 0.04 mb/d from a month earlier. That estimate could end up being too optimistic, and OPEC itself said the forecast is “subject to downside risks stemming from uncertainties with regard to global economic development.” Notably, OPEC said that global supply… 08/18/2019 17:00
The world’s top crude oil exporter, Saudi Arabia, has been cutting for nearly two years its production and shipments as per OPEC’s deal, in which, being the cartel’s largest oil producer, it aims to lead by example. The Saudis have been keeping their exports subdued this year—below 7 million bpd in recent months—to prevent another large oil glut from weighing down on oil prices again. In its lowered export levels, however, Saudi Arabia has dramatically reshuffled the priority destinations of its crude oil exports,… 08/18/2019 13:00
A new study finds that shale oil and gas is behind the global rise in methane pollution over the past decade, a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. The study, published in Biogeosciences, was able to separate methane emissions from conventional versus unconventional drilling, as well as methane from other “biogenic” sources, such as agriculture or wetlands. “This recent increase in methane is massive,” Robert W. Howarth of Cornell University, the author of the study, said in a statement. “It’s globally… 08/18/2019 11:00
The field of research for cleaner alternatives to fossil fuels is without a doubt one of the hottest in science today. There is, of course, a good reason for that: several countries have declared climate emergencies and while declarations by themselves cannot solve a problem, research may—and does—lead to solutions. Yet not all ideas pan out as In a recent story, Bloomberg’s Will Wade listed six failed cleaner energy ideas that never made it to commercial scale use for one reason or another. Typically these reasons come down to… 08/17/2019 17:00
Two factors make the urgent build-out of Iraq’s ailing and inadequate oil export infrastructure more essential than ever. The first is the increasingly dangerous security situation in the Persian Gulf following tit-for-tat seizures of vessels connected to the Iran and U.S. sides in the current geopolitical standoff, with more involvement expected shortly from Russia and China. The second is the continued growth in oil exports from Iraq, with sales in July from the whole of Iraq, including the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region of Iraq (KRI),… 08/17/2019 11:00
Australia has been historically opposed to nuclear energy--on their own land, that is. While the nuclear option has long been dismissed in the land down under and was officially banned in 2009 in reaction to Japan’s Fukushima nuclear disaster, Australia also has a long history of capitalizing on the global nuclear industry as a whole. Last year the country exported over 7,000 metric tons of uranium, earning Australia nearly $600 million Australian dollars ($407 million United States Dollars). As the Australian edition of The Conversation… 08/16/2019 23:00
Russia and China have stuck with Venezuela during its most recent time of need, but at least one of their loyalties may soon come to an end, according to anonymous sources who spoke to Bloomberg on Friday. CPNC’s PetroChina has canceled loading plans in August that would have seen 5 million barrels of Venezuelan oil, the sources said, as the United States continues to squeeze Venezuela to loosen Nicolas Maduro’s hold on the troubled Latin American Country. Maduro has precious few allies left, and until recently, China has been a devoted… 08/16/2019 19:00
Weakening Chinese car sales and slowing economic growth weigh on China’s demand growth of key oil products such as gasoline and petrochemicals, S&P Global Platts Analytics says. China’s new car sales slumped by 4.3 percent year on year in July, dropping for 13 months in a row beginning in July 2018, according to data from the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) cited by Nikkei Asia Review. Car sales in China are on track for their worst year in history and on course to book a double-digit decline this year, according… 08/16/2019 15:00
Investor Alert: The Global Energy Alert intelligence team has officially released its ground-breaking limited edition space investment report. Make sure you don't miss your chance to read this industry-defining research. Recession worries have dominated markets this week, but new data from the U.S. has helped quell the fear. (Click to enlarge) (Click to enlarge) (Click to enlarge) (Click to enlarge) (Click to enlarge) (Click to enlarge) (Click to enlarge)Oil rebounded in early trading on Friday after data showed that retail sales in… 08/16/2019 14:00
U.S. West Texas Intermediate and international-benchmark Brent crude oil futures are trading nearly flat for the week as fears of recession are leading to increasing worries over future demand. An unexpected build in American Petroleum Institute (API) and U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) weekly inventories is also pressuring prices. We’re also feeling the impact of disappointing economic reports in China and Europe on Wednesday. Limiting the downside risk is better-than-expected U.S. retail sales data and expectations of OPEC… 08/16/2019 14:00
Another rocky week for oil prices, with $4 per barrel swings in both WTI and Brent over the course of just a few days. While the United States eased up on the trade tariffs that it was set to levy on September 1, it leaned harder on Venezuela, this time sanctioning anyone who does business with PDVSA - even foreign companies that have assets in the US. In the meantime, crude oil inventories in the US rose this week, putting further downward pressure on oil prices. Geology Rules the Day: Why The Guyana-Suriname Basin Is Ground Zero Exxon’s… 08/16/2019 14:00
It has been another crazy week in the stock market as traders have reacted to a signal of impending recession sent by U.S. Treasuries. At one point earlier this week, the yield on the 10 Year Treasury Note briefly dropped below that on the 2 Year, completing the “inversion” of the yield curve that started to form back in December when the 5 Year yield fell below the 2 Year. As I’m sure you are aware by now, the 2s 10s inversion has preceded every recession in the last 50 years, but what has not been said as often is that not every…


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