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Globalism has entered a new phase with a Dutch court's order that oil major Shell accelerate cuts to its carbon-dioxide emissions, setting a troubling precedent for those who favor sovereign nations and accountable government.
The US is working on ways to expand storage space to add several hundred million more barrels to it, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said at a White House briefing, as quoted by Reuters.
The world’s largest coal-producing country, Russia, plans to increase its output and exports over the next 15 years. Russia’s share of the global coal export market is projected to expand to 25 percent from the current 11 percent.
The prices for Brent crude and WTI have increased after the hard-fought OPEC+ deal took effect on Friday. The oil market had seen a dramatic crash last month due to global glut and fears of a lack of storage capacity.
Gone are the days when Somalia's Gulf of Aden was considered the most dangerous piracy zone for oil companies and other seafarers.
Energy markets in Russia elsewhere in the world have experienced some serious shocks in recent months, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said. He called for a global effort to balance the energy market.
The US oil industry is facing an unprecedented collapse, and as the global economy faces its worst recession since the 1930s, the industry isn’t likely to recover to pre-crash levels ever again.
While everyone is understandably watching the meltdown in the crude oil market, the global market for natural gas is also cratering.
The Covid-19 outbreak has severely cut demand for crude and tumbled oil prices. As the crisis hits the US oil industry hard, with 40 percent of rigs going offline, Boom Bust investigates how the sector is coping.