Plunge of oil demand limits storage capacity

The drop in oil demand by refiners at local level and the exports limited to a minimum at global level due to the coronavirus pandemic, pushed storage capacity to the limit in the producing provinces

BP announces quarterly loss as oil prices crash

The British giant said it slumped into a u$s4.4-billion net loss in the first quarter as the coronavirus pandemic crushed demand for oil. "Our industry has been hit by supply and demand shocks on a scale never seen before," BP's CEO stated

OPEC+ sticks to plans to ease oil cuts

OPEC+ agreed to stick to the existing pace of gradually easing oil supply curbs, two OPEC+ sources said, as producers balanced expectations of a recovery in demand against a possible increase in Iranian supply

IEA: Radical change needed to reach net zero emissions

“The pathway to net zero is narrow but still achievable. If we want to reach net zero by 2050 we do not need any more investments in new oil, gas and coal projects,” Fatih Birol, the IEA’s executive director

Oil to hit $40 by 2030 if climate goals are met

Global oil prices could drop to around $40 a barrel by 2030 if governments push to reduce fuel consumption in step with U.N.-backed plans to limit global warming, a leading energy consultancy said