Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman will determine the course of oil prices in 2019 and beyond.
Saudis Must Risk Trump's Wrath to Balance Oil Market: Julian Lee
Producers face a supply glut, despite the return of sanctions against Iran.
Exports are likely to go up just as the U.S. restrictions take effect.
Iran’s Oil-Market Realities: How Buyers Are Positioning for U.S. Sanctions
Limited spare production capacity should help to support crude in coming months.
Just in Time for Election Day: Gas at $3 a Gallon
Iran's Tracked Oil Exports Hit 2 1/2 Year Low Before Sanctions
What’s Not to Like About Trump’s Iran Oil Sanctions?
Iranian Oil Tankers Go Dark With 1 1/2 Months to Go to Sanctions
OPEC is dying. President Donald Trump will probably rejoice. But he may not like what takes its place any better.
Iran Rant Reveals How Powerless It Really Is in OPEC: Julian Lee
Iran’s Export Pain Could Mean a Hot Winter for Oil
Two supertankers left Iran’s biggest export terminal bound for China late Wednesday, ending an 18-day hiatus.
Iran Resorts to Storing Oil in Fleet of Supertankers. Again
Expect fireworks at the producer group’s meeting this month.
Oil’s popularity isn’t what it used to be.
U.S.’s curbs on Iran’s oil exports will follow in early November and the effect will be bigger, swifter than last time around.
Curbs on oil exports will follow in early November and the effect will be bigger and swifter than last time around.
Iran Forced to Rely on Own Crude Tankers Even as Volumes Fall
Saudi Arabia Is Starting to Stockpile Oil Again