Yet another forecast for Saudi oil production
Does another run higher for crude await?
Rush to Arctic as warming opens oil deposits
Raymond J. Learsy and abiotic oil
David Strahan: Have we reached the end of the road for oil?
Rising need of crude in energy rich nations
Heinberg on Al Jazeera TV
CIBC's Ben Tal sees $200 oil
Energy: It's still cheap (Matt Simmons. interview)
Huge oil trading loss sinks energy trader SemGroup
Polar power: vast oil find in Arctic
The coming gas supply shock in the Gulf
Pemex may drill outside Mexico for first time if reforms fail
Record Iranian output belies oil sector travails
Russia's Gazprom agrees to develop Iranian oil, gas fields
You say crisis. I say opportunity (Jim Gray of Canadian Hunter Exploration)
I now believe that the hypothesis of a near or medium-term peak in the world's oil supply is confirmed beyond any reasonable doubt. A shift in emphasis that speaks to reducing our demand for oil and examining alternatives to oil is now required. I will be taking that road in the future, leaving specific concerns about the oil supply behind.
The militarization of energy security
Russian oil to Czechs slows after U.S. pact
Pull-out demand signals final Bush defeat in Iraq
U.S., Iraq scale down negotiations over forces
Saudis worry over high prices on oil
Wall Street vs. Main Street
Oil zooms up $5-plus on Iran fears
One of the vexing parts of the runup in oil prices is Saudi Arabia. No, not that it has so much oil and the world is sending so much money over there to buy it. Instead, it's that almost the sum total of our knowledge that the Saudis can keep supplying the oil is that they say they can.
Pemex Cantarell output drops most since 1995 on spending limits
Chinese and Japanese best-placed for oil contracts in Iraq
Genesis of a giant
Book review: How British colonialists tried to run the Middle East
John Bellamy Foster: Peak oil and energy imperialism
Crude oil falls after Iran signals confidence in nuclear talks
Zakaria: Oil prices make it hard for U.S. to pressure Iran