World Oil's Daily Brief
Kurt and Cameron discuss some bold hypotheses for an accelerated OPEC+ meeting this week, along with potentially troubled waters for the global natural gas market.
Our look ahead the coming week, including how drillers' ability to react to a demand increase could be impacted by technical and human capital limitations.
We discuss how talent acquisition, career development and diversity will evolve in the energy sector post-pandemic, with Airswift CEO Janette Marx
Kurt Abraham reviews Canadian trade associations' proactive efforts to support oil and gas operations, and that strategy's importance in the face of new IEA comments
Key trends for the coming week, including how industry groups' response to low oil prices differ dramatically in the U.S. versus other producing nations.
Arindam Das on where energy sector companies must focus to meet capital markets' new expectations, to survive the downturn and act fast when the rebound comes
Analyst and author Simon Watkins discusses the real result of Saudi Arabia's production cuts, and how recovering markets impact large and small shale players differently.
Oil reaches its highest price since March, which could lead to a new production imbalance, and Oxy is left holding the bag on a major asset sale.
Key trends for the coming week, including a couple of wild cards that could threaten the recovering global oil price and production balance.
Leveraging connectivity to bring offshore technology and HSE advances to onshore operations