David Sheppard runs the FT’s coverage of energy markets, reporting on oil & gas, Opec, and the powerful trading houses that move the world’s natural resources.
He was previously a senior reporter and Global Forum editor at Reuters, working in London, New York and Iraq.
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Agreed cuts have gone further than intended and some nations may not be able to reverse
Just one more piece of muddy accounting as trader fights for survival.
Italian politics and the euro, EM sell-off and US yields’ impact on Europe also in focus
Attempt to save nuclear deal with Tehran by allowing companies to ignore embargo
Withdrawal threat by largest foreign energy investor hits EU efforts on nuclear pact
Country’s foreign crude sales have fallen 40 per cent from a year ago
US dollar’s direction and emerging markets will also dominate trading screens this week
Kingdom stands by Russia alliance despite holding large spare production capacity
Biggest immediate risk is threat to non-US companies and banks’ desire to finance trades
Long-term impact of sanctions on the commodity will depend on how other countries react
Concern about disruption to supply has helped drive crude prices higher
Gulf state’s wealth fund will become top three shareholder in Russian energy giant
Despite its problems, those writing off diesel are doing so too quickly
Geneva-based group hit in 2017 by tough market conditions and costs of US investment
Oil prices have risen as high as $75 a barrel for the first time in four years. What has driven the rally and will it continue?
US Treasury gives Russian oligarch extra month to cede control of Rusal parent
California seen as needing steady source of petrol and diesel long into the future
Some believe that Opec cuts have tightened the market enough to dent the shale threat