Middle East

Business, Energy, Gas, Middle East, North America, Oil

Is this the end of America’s fracking revolution?

Why the high profit margins that the oil industry enjoyed, are now at an end

USA flag and Iran flag
Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Middle East, Oil, Petroleum Review, Pipelines, Ports

Dire straits

One third of the world’s
traded oil and a quarter of
its LNG passes through the
narrow Strait of Hormuz, the
strategic waterway linking
the Persian Gulf with the
Sea of Oman

Energy, Engineering and Technology, Innovation, Marketing, Middle East

The upcoming Expo 2020 in Dubai

With over 200 restaurants, 60 live shows a day, world–famous artists, daily parades and exhibitions of future-shaping technologies and special celebrations for Diwali and Christmas, the event itself will be a huge attraction. Expo 2020 is also a commercial opportunity for firms to market themselves. Brands including Nissan, UPS, Swatch and Emirates will be showcased in front of a worldwide audience. Among its other attractions, the US pavilion will house a Virgin hyper loop train simulator for visitors to try.

Energy, Gas, Middle East, Oil, Rigzone, Uncategorized

OPEC Aims to Prop Up Oil Prices

Even if all OPEC members and Russia were to comply 100 percent, global oil inventories could still rise by 700,000 b/d in 1Q 2020.

OPEC Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries
Africa, America, Energy, Middle East, Oil, Rigzone, Technology

OPEC Faces Increasing Competition

There are a number of interrelated drivers behind the worldwide demand for crude.