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Big Oil and the Energy Transition: Out of their comfort zone?

30 Jun 2020 - Stephen O'Sullivan

The Energy Transition is upon us and one of the key challenges facing today’s oil and gas companies is: how do they address the fundamental changes that are needed in their business to adapt to, take part in and thrive.

#Stephen O'Sullivan #oil #energy transition #shell #IEA #gas #bp

OPEC+ agrees to extend big output cuts for another month

08 Jun 2020 - Stephen O'Sullivan

Late last Friday night I was asked to comment by a well-known journal on what OPEC+ might do about oil production, given that their next meeting was fast approaching.  I said I thought they would extend their 9.7 mbd.

#OPEC #Russia #Saudi Arabia #oil

Is peak oil now behind us?

27 May 2020 - Stephen O'Sullivan

In the last blog on energy a couple of weeks ago A bad week for Big Oil... with worse to come?, I highlighted two different views about Peak Oil out in the market: those who thought that the moment of Peak Oil (as in.

#Stephen O'Sullivan #OPEC #Russia #Saudi Arabia #oil

After oil at -$40, what next?

27 Apr 2020 - Stephen O'Sullivan

Last Monday we warned that oil prices could turn negative.  That evening they did just that, with the main US domestic grade WTI trading as low as -$40/bbl for the May contract (sellers were paying buyers to take the.

#Stephen O'Sullivan #OPEC #oil price #Russia #oil



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