In this week’s episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Kevin and Tavis highlight that global oil demand is returning and with it, higher oil prices. Unfortunately for consumers, higher
In this week’s episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Kevin and Tavis uncover an opportunity to deliver new, clean energy and industry jobs with the potential to sustain economies
In this week’s episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Kevin and Tavis uncover the fact that impacts from oil and gas development on air quality are a growing issue
In this week’s episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Kevin and Tavis discuss the fact that without a doubt, oil demand is on the rebound and unfortunately may be
There is no denying global oil demand is on the rebound, and unfortunately it may be slowed by a new round of lockdowns gripping the United States and Europe from a second wave of the global pandemic. Even though many countries in the OPEC+ group rely on oil revenues to support their national economies, RARE PETRO anticipates they will most likely continue overall production cuts instead of boosting output in January. Regardless of whether or not the current production cuts of 7.7 MMBPD are extended, any move by OPEC+ to keep cuts above 5.8 MMBPD beyond January should be received favorably by the market and may give oil prices additional upward momentum.
In this episode your host Tavis is actually on vacation, but his past self is speaking about new merger gossip, the property clash between the Philippines and China, and the
In this episode of Memorial Madness (recording on a Tuesday after celebrations) your host Tavis speaks on the largest trade disputes between the US and the rest of the world,
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?
In this episode your host Tavis talks about ineffective face masks, the mean-girl slander between Russia and Saudi Arabia, and Texas making steps to push Trump to do its bidding.
Oil prices surged this morning as President Trump announced Saudi Arabia and Russia would be cutting back 10 million barrels of production with more potentially on the horizon. As the White House meets with at least seven U.S. energy CEOs on Friday and an emergency OPEC+ meeting in the coming weeks, the news comes as a brief sigh of relief in a time when our industry is struggling to keep its head above water.
With the world increasingly oversupplied due to a global pandemic and overproduction flooding the market, crude is being forced into storage in hopes of a future when prices begin to stabilize. The only problem – storage is reaching capacity.
In this episode your hosts Tavis and Sy talk about the misplaced results of the OPEC+ meetings and how Russia is likely taking this opportunity to harm the US. As