Tag: OPEC Production

Oil’s COVID Recuperation: Geospatial Preview of 2021

Roughly a year after the oil shock of COVID-19 – marked by collapsing demand, surging inventories, heroic supply cuts — the question before us

As the oil market enters uncharted waters, new data technologies offer sorely needed navigation tool

The covid-19 pandemic has delivered a brutal shock to an oil and gas industry that was already ailing before the outbreak. Just as importantly,

Reassessing the Oil Demand Impact of COVID-19

The global oil industry has been doubly hit by the COVID-19 pandemic: by the collapse in oil demand triggered by the lockdowns and by

Market View: Tank Tops and Game Theory

Perhaps for the first time in its history, the oil market is about to test storage capacity limits Perhaps for the first time in

On supply disruptions and satellite imagery

Last month’s attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure was one of the biggest oil supply disruptions ever recorded but the market took it in

Through a Glass Darkly — Why OPEC Cuts Appear to Have Fallen Flat

When macroeconomic concerns cloud the oil market outlook so darkly that even bullish OPEC news fails to stem a selloff as seemed to happen

For OPEC, rising US crude exports have a silver lining

As OPEC meets on July 1, continued growth in US production may paradoxically no longer be the threat it once was for the producer

Old Middle East tensions flare up amid new market transparency

Further escalation of geopolitical tensions in the Middle East is raising oil-market concerns over supply risks, even as US sanctions appear to have already

Iraq Set to Boost Oil Output after Bai Hassan Restart

Kayrros satellite surveillance shows that production has fully resumed at the Bai Hassan field in Iraq. The field is part of a complex of

The Oil Games 2: Fixing the Game

In the first episode of the Oil Games, we met the Players and discovered the Rules of the Game. A surprising takeaway from the