Tagged With IOCs
Iraq’s China embrace not without risks
20 July 2021
The Middle Eastern state’s welcome of Chinese investment is understandable, but not unproblematic
Iraq and IOCs: A complex web
13 July 2021
Baghdad needs to improve its relationship with international partners. But beware assuming there are easy answers
Myanmar crisis puts IOCs in a bind
13 May 2021
Oil companies active in the country face difficult choices as pressure to disengage intensifies
Malaysia sweetens upstream deals
7 May 2021
The country is taking measures to encourage IOC interest in its latest licensing round
Letter from Amsterdam: Europe’s IOCs first out of the blocks
27 April 2021
As investor sentiment shifts, companies that align with the transition have a significant competitive edge
Europe’s IOCs first out of the blocks
27 April 2021
As investor sentiment shifts, companies that align with the transition have a significant competitive edge
Opportunity knocks for collaboration increase
22 March 2021
Oil and gas can improve its economics and decarbonise its value chain—and achieve those wins quickly—through changing its working practices
Oil firms ready to pick up the infrastructure divestment pace
13 July 2020
Pipelines, storage facilities and processing plants could replace non-advantaged production as prime candidates
Caution creeps into investors’ oil and gas infrastructure appetite
7 July 2020
The US downturn and the inexorable rise of ESG concerns are clouds on the horizon even for traditionally low-risk energy investments
Opec+ creates Central Asian headache for IOCs
22 May 2020
Foreign companies tapping large fields in and around the Caspian Sea face tricky decisions on production cuts
IOCs put on show of strength in bond markets
5 May 2020
Majors have issued bonds and cut expenditure in equal measure, ensuring a buoyant market for their debt