Javier BlasOpinion Columnist
OPEC+ is gambling with the global economy.
Shrinking petroleum stockpile leaves White House with fewer answers for group’s cuts.
The continent still needs to reduce gas consumption by a lot if it’s going to survive the winter.
Precedent shows that American lawmakers are clueless about the market.
Three gas pipeline leaks in a single day suggest the Kremlin may be sabotaging energy infrastructure.
Will taxpayer cash be channeled to hedge fund speculators? Will strings be attached? We don’t know yet.
The inside story of many markets is bullish, but the outside story matters, too.
Denmark will keep piloting Putin’s tankers through the Danish straits.
A decline in drilling across the Permian Basin suggests US production forecasts are way too high.
It’s getting expensive to make bathroom rolls, which means reduced production, shortages and even higher prices ahead. It’s the same story across Europe’s entire manufacturing sector.
In capping prices, European governments must embark on the messy task of curbing demand.
Companies, as well as households, will need help with their energy bills this winter.
Record prices for drill pipe slow production and make oil more expensive.
Keeping the lights on in Europe this winter may prove more difficult than governments are currently admitting.
Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman says ‘cutting production at any time’ is an option.
The US and Europe are running out of time to refill storage tanks.