Tagged With Covid-19
Letter from China: Covid resurgence compounds economic concerns
3 August 2021
China’s economy faces headwinds that go beyond than the arrival of the Delta variant
Outlook positive for India despite Covid woes
6 July 2021
The county’s crude demand may remain constrained this year, but the future is still bright
Oil traders focus on fundamentals, not geopolitics
7 June 2021
Tolerance for perceived political risk has expanded, but such complacency could be dangerous
Indian oil and gas less disrupted by second Covid wave
4 June 2021
The greater human toll of the latest spike in coronavirus cases is not mirrored in India’s hydrocarbons markets
Letter from the Middle East: Green shoots of recovery
27 May 2021
There are many reasons to be cheerful across the Mena oil and gas patch
Worst is over for US refining
24 May 2021
Wave of recent refinery closures and competitive edge make consolidation increasingly less likely
Colombian protests threaten output
11 May 2021
Demonstrations against proposed tax reform have spread across the country, with an impact on oil and gas
Oil recovery buys Algiers only limited time
4 May 2021
New hydrocarbons law may represent a last-chance saloon for the North African producer
Australia’s gas-led recovery dream faces supply wake-up
1 March 2021
Canberra’s flagship post-Covid energy policy faces headwinds from a looming supply shortfall
Central Asian giant faces multiple headwinds
19 January 2021
Surging Covid cases are not the only challenges facing Kazakhstan’s largest oil and gas developments
Covid-19 accelerates refinery rationalisation
18 January 2021
Significant regional changes hurried along by the pandemic will permanently alter global dynamics
More change ahead for the shipping sector
11 January 2021
An unwinding of some Covid-related effects might challenge VLSFO’s initial IMO 2020 win
Standing still is not an option for oil firms
31 December 2020
Next year will not see a return to business-as-usual. Companies should not deny the new paradigm, but embrace it
Iran, the UAE and Libya to pose Opec+ headaches
18 December 2020
Covid-19 has forced Opec+ to weather unprecedented oil demand destruction and oversupply. 2021 will be equally as challenging
In hope of greater market certainty
18 December 2020
The key questions for 2021’s oil markets remain tough to answer. But milestones on the road will make the picture clearer
Environment emerges as pandemic winner
18 December 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has altered not only near-term energy supply, demand and price, but also, to some extent, their long-term trajectories
Refining faces extended Covid effect
17 December 2020
A partial recovery is unlikely to segue into a strong year to come
Situational awareness will define the future of digitalisation
3 December 2020
Gaining a real-time view of physical operational assets is fundamental to driving efficiencies, lowering emissions and cutting costs
Letter from Norway: Tax stimulus medicine gets to work
23 November 2020
New legislation aids the country in reaching peak hydrocarbon production. But increased interest in renewables still poses stranded resources risk
Alberta shelves crude curtailments
12 November 2020
The province’s decision to unwind restrictions hopes for better days ahead. But economics may be against it
Cleantech to play limited role in determining Asian demand
5 November 2020
Oil and gas requirements in the region are unlikely to hinge on wind and solar build-out or a move to electric vehicles, at least in the near-term
Cleantech to play limited role in determining Asian demand
5 November 2020
Oil and gas requirements in the region are unlikely to hinge on wind and solar build-out or a move to electric vehicles, at least in the near-term
PE Live: Shipping is taking decarbonisation ‘very, very seriously’
29 October 2020
Shell and Deloitte’s influential new report found that lowering emissions was a key consideration for the vast majority of leading shipping companies
Letter from Brussels: National realpolitik may water down EU climate policy
27 October 2020
The EU is staking out a clear path towards climate neutrality, pursuant to its green deal. But national implementation in the decade ahead may fall short
Covid delays raise fears over project delivery
13 October 2020
Impact of virus-related restrictions on work schedules appears to be increasing
Allowing LNG to boost liquidity
6 October 2020
New European terminals can play a vital role in an era of pipeline gas decline, but only if they provide genuine flexibility for all