Tag Archives: OPEC

The Week in Review September 5 – 12

by Sophie Nguebana, Daniel Tsvetanov, Patrick Osborne, Alberto Perego, Alexander Geysman, Timothy Abraham – Featured photo by Jerry Mathes III Egypt to Use Gas from Cyprus In the end of August, Cyprus and Egypt signed an agreement, under which natural gas from offshore fields located in Cyprus will be supplied to Egypt. The agreement (which […]

Getting Into the Swing: U.S. and Saudi Arabia as Swing Producers

By Lina Nagell Photo: Jerry D. Mathes II Saudi Arabia has functioned as a global swing producer in the oil market since the 1970s, before abandoning its role in 2014. Amongst changing market conditions, some observers still latch on to the idea of a global swing producer. While some believe in the resurrection of the […]

Venezuela: From Oil-Rich to Desperate

By Michael Roh When it rains it pours. In Venezuela’s case, when it doesn’t rain, the country with over 60% of its domestic electricity produced by hydropower, inevitably suffers. But the country that once experienced great fortune with its oil riches has already been suffering. With or without the rain, poor economic policy, along with […]

After Doha: What’s Next?

by Zachary Waller Photo: Jerry Mathes II Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak got some attention in February when he said Russia was prepared to join the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in a Saudi-proposed deal to cut oil production five percent. Those remarks proved to be relatively foresightful, as Russia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and […]

The Week in Review – April 11-18

Monitoring Team – Pierre Jouvellier, Bogdan Polishchuk Iranian natural gas, what about a floating liquefaction plant? Since the US sanctions against investments in energy projects have been lifted, Iran is seeking to send its natural gas to Europe. The Iranian Oil Company is currently holding negotiations with a Norwegian company in order to build a floating […]

The Week in Review – April 04 – 10

Photo by Jerry Mathes II The Monitoring Team: Aaron Wood, Henrik Vorloeper Doha meeting turns out to be a farce already The high expectations set on the meeting between two major oil producing countries Saudi-Arabia and Russia to take place in April 2017 has already razed all hopes for those who have an interest in […]

Week in Review – March 29 – April 4

Photo by Jerry Mathes II Monitoring Team – John Collins, Bogdan Polishchuk Saudi Arabia Plans $2 Trillion Megafund for Post-Oil Era In the preparation for the ‘post-oil era’, Saudi Arabia is planning steps to diversify the economy. One of such steps is the IPO and resulting sale of up to 5% in Aramco field by […]

The Weekly Newsletters for February 21st and 28th are up!

The most recent 2 Enerpo Journal Newsletters are now up on the site in PDF format.  Not getting our newsletter sent to you directly?  Subscribe to view them before they’re posted on the Journal site.

The Week in Review (Feb 8 – 14)

The Monitoring Team: Michael Roh, Pierre Jouvellier  India is Looking for More LNG, Australia is Ready to Flood the Market Due to cheap LNG prices, India will increase its imports from Australia under long-term contracts. The aim of these agreements is to take the control of the gas value chain and to take advantage of […]

Newsletter – Message from the Editor-in-Chief

Irina Mironova I would like to welcome our readers to the new semester with ENERPO students! We are continuing our activities within the World Oil and Gas Affairs Seminar, and for the next thirteen weeks, we will send you our Newsletter. The structure of the Newsletter will remain the same: we will provide with our […]