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Americas to lead global energy storage market by 2025


According to new research from Wood Mackenzie, the Americas region will overtake Asia Pacific by 2025 to lead the global

Oil drops from one-mth highs on demand fears as virus surges in India


Crude futures settled lower on Tuesday, pulling back from one-month highs, on fears that India, the world’s third-biggest oil importer,

Road blocks at Argentina’s Vaca Muerta shale deposit slow oil, gas output


Road blocks erected by striking healthcare workers at the sprawling Argentine shale oil and gas deposit of Vaca Muerta left

Maersk Drilling secures four-well intervention contract for Mærsk Developer in Brazil


Maersk Drilling has been awarded a contract with Karoon Energy Ltd for the semi-submersible rig Mærsk Developer to perform well

It’s reasonable for oil prices to be between $60 to $75 in a year’s time, says oil expert Dan Yergin


Demand and supply pressures will offset each other in the oil market, and it’s reasonable to expect prices to be

The Commodities Feed: Libyan oil supply risk



USD weakness continues to offer support to the commodities complex, with the USD index trading down to its lowest levels

Exxon floats US$100 billion carbon storage project requiring public, private financing


ExxonMobil on Monday (Apr 20) floated a proposal for a public-private carbon storage project that would collect planet-warming carbon dioxide

UK GAS-Prices dip on oversupply, stronger imports


British wholesale gas prices edged lower on Tuesday morning as higher imports of gas from Norway and weaker demand from

US output recovery will bring about fresh oil price war


Chief executive at shale giant Pioneer Natural Resources stated at BloombergNEF’s yearly summit that the US oil sector confronts a

IEA extends use of Argus data


The International Energy Agency (IEA) has decided to extend its use of pricing data from leading energy and commodity price

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