OPEC

The semi-annual meeting of OPEC oil ministers begins Thursday in Vienna. The cartel is wrestling a number of issues that are competing for attention as it tries to determine the best path forward to...
In its monthly Oil Market Report issued Thursday, OPEC noted a drop of nearly 4% month over month in its reference crude oil price but doggedly held on to estimates that it revised lower just last...
OPEC on Tuesday released its World Oil Outlook to 2040. The cartel sees demand for renewables rising faster than demand for oil, but expects fossil fuels to continue to account for more than half of...
In its monthly report on the oil market, OPEC slightly reduced both its projections for supply and demand growth in 2019.
The drone attack on Saudi Arabia's Abqaiq facility has pushed share prices of U.S. oil and gas companies up sharply. The gains are unlikely to last
OPEC crude oil sold for a sharply lower price in August and the cartel has now revised downward most of its projections for growth in both 2019 and 2020.
Over the weekend, Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz appointed a new oil minister who will join with a new leader of the country's national oil company in an effort to lift oil prices by at least $15 a...
The OPEC Monthly Oil Market Report for August was released today. It didn't make much noise when it landed.
Although demand from crude oil is expected to rise over the next several quarters, the size of the increase is shrinking. And OPEC is not going to be able to turn that situation around by reducing...
The OPEC ministers meeting in Vienna dutifully rubber-stamped an agreement made last week at the G-20 meeting in Osaka between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
The OPEC ministers semi-annual meeting begins Tuesday, but the outcome was announced last Saturday in Japan.
Oil has long been a key barometer for a real-time reading on the global economic picture. There may be a move to clean energy and renewables, but oil still dominates the energy world.
Saudi Arabia and Venezuela posted sharp oil production cuts in February, helping boost the price for OPEC barrels up by 3%.
The CEO of Rosneft reportedly has complained to Russian President Vladimir Putin that going along with OPEC production cuts is a "strategic threat and plays into the hands of the United States."
A bipartisan group of four U.S. Senators introduced legislation that would give the U.S. Department of Justice authority to sue members of the OPEC for antitrust violations. How good are its chances...