China’s biggest offshore driller is being targeted in the final days of President Donald Trump’s administration for its activity in the South China Sea.
The Joe Biden climate plan, Energy sector experts breakdown what to expect as the new US President looks to change the country's climate change stance.
Shell will push for the reversal of President Donald Trump’s rollback of methane emissions rules and the introduction of carbon pricing when Joe Biden moves into the White House next year.
President-elect Joe Biden plans to push for the most progressive climate policy the U.S. has ever had, aligning the world’s second-largest carbon emitter with a growing group of nations aggressively tackling global warming.
The next U.S. president will have to come to terms with “the will of the Iranian people” and end the economic war against the Islamic Republic, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said in a speech Thursday. Bluster aside, there is a kernel of truth to his prediction — and President Donald Trump’s Iran policy may make negotiations easier for President-elect Joe Biden.
The plan from Presidential hopeful Joe Biden plan to “transition” away from oil and gas “does not sound very revolutionary”, according to an Aberdeen University professor.
In an unusual political statement from one of the world’s largest oil producers, Exxon Mobil Corp. posted on Twitter late Monday to clarify that it never spoke with U.S. President Donald Trump about a contribution to his campaign.
Oil jumped the most since May in New York as President Donald Trump’s prognosis seemed to improve and stirred optimism over the possibility of an economic relief deal in Washington.
Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have signed a peace agreement that marks a step towards normalising diplomatic relationships in the Middle East.
The Trump administration gave final approval on Monday for a contentious oil and gas leasing plan on the coastal plain of Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, where critics worry about the industry's impact on polar bears, caribou and other wildlife.
The US has called for “all responsible parties” to allow the National Oil Corp. to go about its business.
Markets enjoyed a “Trump bounce” today amid talk of a trillion dollar (£780 billion) infrastructure package in the US.
US President Donald Trump has given the US Navy to “shoot down and destroy” Iranian vessels “if they harass our ships at sea” in a tweet.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has called for the OPEC-led group to take more production offline and faster than previously agreed.
President Donald Trump said his administration is working on a plan to make money available to the oil industry to prevent the loss of jobs after prices plunged below zero.
After a week-long marathon of calls between world leaders and video conferences featuring dozens of energy ministers, it was the moment the 2020 oil price war finally ended.
The world’s top oil producers pulled off a historic deal to cut global petroleum output by nearly a 10th, putting an end to the devastating price war that brought the energy industry to its knees.
US President Donald Trump’s call for a 10 million barrel per day – or even 15mn bpd – cut drove up oil prices last week but weak demand continues to run the show, with little respite expected from talks due to take place this week.
Oil jumped more than 11% in London as OPEC+ scheduled an urgent meeting next week to try and stem the crude market’s rout, with an output cut of 10 million barrels a day of global production being discussed.
Oil soared after U.S. President Trump said that he expects Saudi Arabia and Russia to cut production back by 10 million barrels or more after he spoke with Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman on Thursday.
Oil continued climbing after its biggest ever single-day gain as U.S. President Donald Trump waded into the price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia that has rocked crude markets amid diminishing demand.
Oil resumed declines after President Donald Trump said the U.S. would restrict travel from Europe for the next 30 days to try and contain the coronavirus, pummeling fuel demand even further.
If Donald Trump wanted to shield U.S. shale from oil’s crash, he could unleash a familiar weapon against rival producers such as Saudi Arabia: tariffs.
Oil’s rebound from its biggest crash in a generation faltered after Saudi Arabia said it would boost its production capacity, while there were also doubts whether the U.S. could deliver sufficient stimulus to support prices.
Industry leaders privately warned the Trump administration that the U.S. will struggle to produce the oil, gas and other energy products that China has committed to buy in a new trade deal, raising additional questions about one of the president’s signature economic achievements.