The race to combat climate change could inflame more basic human conflict in the Congo.
The decade-long battle over the oil pipeline faces a major—but not decisive—juncture in November.
OPEC has a chance to shore up sagging oil prices, will it seize the opportunity?
Has the Kingdom missed its opportunity to diversify its oil-reliant economy?
As violence flares in Nigeria’s oil heartland the country’s political and economic outlook look bleak.
Does China want more engagement with global institutions or to create a set of parallel ones?
The planned IPO of Saudi Aramco has far-reaching implications for the Kingdom and global oil markets.
Recent violence between Armenia and Azerbaijan bodes ominously for Russo-Turkish relations.
As Iran resumes large-scale exports and OPEC fails to limit production, oil will remain cheap in 2016.