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By Rhod Mackenzie

On the 30th November, the global oil market will be fixated on this year's OPEC+ ministerial meeting. According to analysts, the two key signatories of the agreement, Russia and Saudi Arabia, will reinforce their commitment to making voluntary cuts in production and exports, even...

By Rhod Mackenzie

According to Kommersant, Russia is increasing its oil exports to Pakistan,( SCO member) with the third shipment of the year being dispatched. The only current supplier is Surgutneftegaz. There have been discussions between Russia and Pakistan for some months about signing a long-...

By Rhod Mackenzie

 The US government has eased sanctions against Venezuela in the hope that it will improve the situation in the oil market, where there has been a noticeable shortage recently. This is a significant breakthrough for the Latin American country. However, due to the state of Venezuel...

By Rhod Mackenzie

Russian oil producers delivered their initial shipments of the CPC Blend crude to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) during August and September, according to several traders. This development exposes a new export pathway, as Moscow seeks out fresh clients and attempts to bypass West...

By Rhod Mackenzie

The head of the US Treasury, Janet Yellen, is regarded as one of the originators of the price ceiling on Russian oil imposed by the G7 and the European Union at $60 per barrel. She holds a positive view of her creation and has iterated its perceived efficacy, despite evidence tha...

By Rhod Mackenzie

The Asia-Pacific region's (APR) share of global oil and gas condensate imports is set to increase from 64% in 2022 to nearly 72% by 2045, according to OPEC's annual report, World Oil Outlook 2045 (WOO). Accordingly, oil and gas condensate supplies to the region will surge by 9.6...