Putin’s War is redrawing the geopolitical map

Despite the sanctions, Russian oil revenues are soaring

Putin’s War is redrawing the geopolitical mapThe energy pieces on the global chessboard are altering geopolitical realities, with serious consequences. China is boosting the volume of crude oil it purchases in order to increase its strategic reserves, Reuters’ Clyde Russell reported on Friday. China, the world’s largest crude importer, is buying more oil at a point when the demand-supply balance is…

Rising gasoline prices at the heart of runaway inflation

A climate catastrophe seems in the making. And mitigating the impact of the Ukraine crisis won’t be easy

Rising gasoline prices at the heart of runaway inflationThe Paris-based International Energy Agency is widely viewed with respect, its analyses providing a better understanding of the direction of energy markets and the issues impacting the industry. IEA is the energy watchdog of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), founded by the likes of Henry Kissinger in the immediate aftermath of the…

As oil prices rise, global economic uncertainty grows

And OPEC is in no mood to open taps to fill in any gaps created by the absence of Russian crude

As oil prices rise, global economic uncertainty growsThe oil markets are likely to face another round of supply disruptions. Most indicators point to a bullish trend in the near future. After recently announcing the release of over 180 million barrels of crude oil from its strategic reserves (SPR) over the next six months to cool down the markets, the United States government…

Extra-low-emission Canadian LNG project gets green light

Natural gas is an absolutely critical part of any clean energy mix

Extra-low-emission Canadian LNG project gets green lightThe future looks brighter for Canada’s emerging liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry. A second project, Woodfibre LNG, has received the green light and a major expansion is being considered for the under-construction LNG Canada plant. It’s no surprise given the red-hot global market for LNG. Last year, LNG prices increased by 435 per cent compared…

OPEC is in a defiant mood and the world is paying the price

Full European Union ban on Russian oil could have unintended economic consequences for the West

OPEC is in a defiant mood and the world is paying the priceThe war in Ukraine is transforming global geopolitics and crude oil dynamics. On the geopolitical front, the United States has relentlessly rallied its allies against Russia. The Russian energy sector has still not been directly impacted by the sanctions. But the repercussions are apparent, even as the world is finding it hard to replace Russian…

WEBINAR: Just what does Net-Zero even mean?

Today's guest, Oskar Sigvaldason, explains just what Net-Zero means and the continuing relevance of hydrocarbons for energy, while outlining the various changes required for transforming Canada's energy economy. The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. Bios of our moderator and today’s guest: Eddy Isaacs Eddy Isaacs is…

WEBINAR: Understanding the fundamentals of fission and fusion

Today's guest, Axel Meisen, explains nuclear fission and fusion, and the significant contributions each is expected to make for meeting the increasing global demand

Today's guest, Axel Meisen, explains nuclear fission and fusion, and the significant contributions each is expected to make for meeting the increasing global demand, and decarbonization, of energy in the long term. The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. Bios of our moderator and today’s guest: Eddy…

Will oil prices stall or continue to rise?

The relief we’re seeing from market manipulation could fade soon

Will oil prices stall or continue to rise?Bearish sentiments continue to overshadow the crude oil markets. Despite a small spike at the tail end, prices registered a back-to-back retreat last week. Several factors are in play. The announcement of the release of 180 million barrels of crude from the United States Strategic Petroleum Reserves (SPR) over the next six months played a…

WEBINAR: Balancing energy, environment and the economy

Today's guest, David Parker, discusses among other things, the importance of aligning political will, the truth and the public

The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. Bios of our moderator and today’s guest: Eric Newell Moderator Eric Newell’s career began with Imperial Oil and Esso, where his skills as an engineer and manager made him a valuable asset. He was frequently sent “on loan” to sites…

Crude oil markets weaken as U.S. opens taps

Oil headed for its biggest weekly loss in more than 10 years

Crude oil markets weaken as U.S. opens tapsGlobal crude oil markets are cooling. The United States’ announcement that it would release one million barrels per day (bpd) of crude from strategic reserves for six months and an expected similar announcement from other countries have helped cool the markets. The announcement followed growing questions about the real supply disruptions from Russia, reports that…
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