In this episode your host Tavis speaks on renewed OPEC cuts, Cristobal, China bolstering its economy, and happy futures. Music: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
In this episode your host Tavis speaks on debt lawsuits, trade investigations, people getting out while the getting is good, and a poor OPEC+ performance. Music: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
Members of the group dubbed OPEC+ have (nearly) come to an agreement upon global production cuts, but the market has failed to respond. Does this spell disaster for the industry?
Will Thursday’s OPEC+ meeting lead to global production cuts or will talks fall apart and end without a deal?
Action must be taken in order to bring supply and demand back into balance by imposing production quotas. The Texas Railroad Commission is the only domestic governing body that has the immediate power to prorate production, and thus the only entity that has the power to save this drowning industry.
Introduction In 2019, talks on a bill to toddle OPEC was reportedly brewing in the U.S congress, although met by a threat from the Arab Kings to abandon the petrodollar
Introduction The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is a group of fourteen member nations (Saudi Arabia being the de facto leader) best known to be a swing crude oil
This month your hosts Sy and Tavis discuss the shaky future of shale, a California cleanup crisis, Equinor’s alleged royalty fraud, 5G-enabled oil rigs, and a proposal to limit production