Daily Archives: March 16, 2010

Carola Hoyos

Opec oil ministers appear pretty much in agreement not to rock the boat by changing their production quotas at tomorrow’s meeting. Opec oil ministers appear pretty much in agreement not to rock the boat by changing their production quotas at tomorrow’s meeting.  Read more

Kate Mackenzie

On FT Energy Source:

- A rather strong smackdown of peak oil demand Read more

Kate Mackenzie

Oil refining is far more moribund than its upstream cousin, and Barclays Capital analysts expect that trend to continue. But refining has one thing in common with more bouyant upstream world: trends in non-OECD countries are increasing influencing the OECD refining market. Read more

Kate Mackenzie

The fears around Hungary ‘recycling’ UN-approved carbon offsets on Friday appeared to have had a limited effect on carbon markets – at least, so far.  Read more

Kate Mackenzie

It’s been a somewhat disappointing year start to the year for the solar industry, at least in Europe. Is the news about to get better?

Perhaps not. In fact, some analysts believe it will get much worse.  Read more

Kate Mackenzie

Co-op backs oil sands awareness campaign (FT)

‘Perfect’ oil price hides divisions within Opec (FT) Read more