Author: Amir Richani

Fernandez Eyes the Energy Industry

Argentina heads into 2020 with the hopes of rekindling its battered economy and the energy sector will be a central component for recovery. Left-leaning President Alberto Fernandez and Vice President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner took office in December just as

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Omani Crude Caught in Chinese Tractor Beam

Oman’s crude exports in November increased to just under a million barrels per day, the highest level since September 2018, with deliveries to China hitting a record high. Omani crude typically heads to only about a dozen destinations, with China

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UAE Changes Up Its Light Sweet Suppliers

Following on from last week’s blog on Algerian crude exports and US shale, we follow the dots to look at the changing flows from these two sources into the United Arab Emirates. The ongoing political and economic boycott of Qatar

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Algeria Feeling the Brunt of US Shale

Algeria delivers the majority of its crude and condensate to the European market. Deliveries to Northwest Europe, Algeria’s top customer, have been running at an average of 314,000 barrels per day through the first 10 months of 2019, some 15

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