This week’s Hot Commodities discusses the nominee for Secretary of State, the outlook for the OPEC deal, and deal making in Iran and elsewhere.
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This week’s Hot Commodities surveys the energy fallout from the U.S. election and collective action problems from climate policy to OPEC infighting.
In this week’s Hot Commodities, energy leaders convene at the World Energy Congress in Istanbul, Russia and Turkey make it official, and climate action protesters raise awareness—though perhaps not on the issue they intended.
This week’s Hot Commodities looks at energy, corruption and power, dissension in the OPEC ranks, and oil changing hands in Libya.
In this week’s Hot Commodities, Nord Stream II hits a road bump, relations between Russia and Turkey realign, and Venezuela can’t seem to catch a break.
This week’s Hot Commodities looks at cyber vulnerabilities in the energy sector, the impact of recent political events on Turkey’s energy future, and how Venezuela’s electricity crisis could be contagious.
After a brief summer hiatus, Hot Commodities returns with updates on Nigeria and Libya, a warning from the IEA, and energy politics from the South China Sea to the Eastern Mediterranean.
In this week’s Hot Commodities, inroads against ISIS, more bad news in Nigeria, and the future of oil and energy transitions.
In this week’s Hot Commodities, OPEC meets and producing countries confront potentially new political realities, terrorist organizations take aim at the energy sector, and Russia continues to raise questions in Europe and beyond.
Following a brief hiatus, in this week’s Hot Commodities Venezuela's energy crisis is accompanied by political unraveling, electricity protests rock Kabul, and attacks on oil and gas facilities from Iraq to Nigeria threaten more than just energy production.