The 5 Countries That Could Push Oil Prices Up

Oil prices appear to be stuck in the $50's per barrel, but that doesn't mean there aren't serious supply risks to the market. An unexpected disruption could occur at any moment, as has happened in the past, leading to a sudden and sharp jump in … [Read more...]

ISIS, Turkey And Oil – The Bigger Picture: Interview With Pelicourt

As the terrorist attack in Paris sparks worldwide fear of similar reprisals and a bloody shootout and hostage situation in a five-star Mali hotel exacerbates those concerns, global energy security reels under the pressure of unfathomable geopolitics. … [Read more...]

India’s Energy Ties with Iran Unsettle Washington

By. John C.K. Daly of India's relentless search for hydrocarbons to fuel its booming economy has managed the rather neat diplomatic trick of annoying Washington, delighting Tehran and intriguing Baghdad, all the while leaving the … [Read more...]

The Making of Kurdistan: Oil, Investment and a Turkish Gamble

They say, "politics makes strange bedfellows" and nowhere is that more apparent than in the middle east. Oil and the massive investment returns it can bring can turn friends into enemies and enemies into friends in rather short order.  Up until … [Read more...]