Opinion: The next sector to recover from the oil price crash

Oilfield services, shipbuilders and other industries that rose with the pre-2014 oil price boom have had it hard. Since barrel rates fell, their previous patrons have become uninterested in doling out major purchase orders, leaving oil and gas equipment manufacturers without revenues.


Opinion: The great dilemma for oil companies – preserving capital

With the collapse in oil prices over the past eighteen months, the major exploration and production companies have been doing everything they can to cut costs. Ultimately, this means the conglomerates have less cash available to pay suppliers, who provide them with essential services and products.