Publications

26.05.2017
Mark Lammey

Oil producing nations meet on Thursday to discuss extending production cuts to re-balance crude market supply and demand. The cuts, which came into effect on January 1, comprised a reduction of 1.2million barrels per day for Opec members, and 600,000 for non-Opec states, with Russia making up the bulk of that quota.

25.05.2017
Murat Temizer

Orta Doğu Enstitüsü Enerji Uzmanı Tamimi, "Irak'ın hafta başında OPEC'te alınacak kararı destekleyeceğini belirtmesinin ardından üretim kesintisinin en az 9 ay daha uzatılacağını söyleyebiliriz" dedi.

24.05.2017
Paul Whitfield

A new oil market pragmatism will underpin an extension to production cuts at OPEC's meeting on Thursday and is ushering in a new era of cooperation between Russia, OPEC and possibly the US, according to former Russian energy minister Igor Yusufov.

23.05.2017
Hector Igbikiowubo

An oil and gas expert and former Russian Energy Minister Igor Yusufov has advocated a Russian/American commercial energy summit to plan coordinated oil deliveries avoiding unnecessary “price wars”.

23.05.2017

“At this stage I would not call an OPEC deal extension on crude production cut merely a compromise” , former energy minister, founder of Fund Energy Igor Yusufov told Caspian Energy News (www.caspianenergy.net) making comments how to reach a compromise on the forthcoming OPEC meeting scheduled on May 25th in Vienna.

22.05.2017
Javier Blas and Jack Farchy

Saudi Arabia and Russia are at odds on pretty much everything: the war in Syria, policies on Iran, ties with Washington. But when it comes to propping up global oil prices, they’ve never been more aligned.

17.05.2017

Über die Rolle von Gas im europäischen Energiemarkt der Zukunft gibt es unterschiedliche Einschätzungen. Aber international gilt Gas weiterhin als zentraler Energieträger, dessen Förderung sogar noch ausgebaut werden wird. Die Redaktion der ew sprach mit dem früheren russischen Energieminister und Gründer des Investmentunternehmens Energija Igor Yusufov über die Gaswirtschaft aus russischer Sicht.

12.05.2017
Bradley Olson and Jay Solomon

Exxon Mobil Corp. XOM 0.45% is suffering from sanctions on Russia. The same can’t be said for other big Western energy companies, or for Russia’s oil production. The sanctions, put in place by the U.S. and European Union in 2014 after Russia’s annexation of the Crimea region of Ukraine, were meant to limit Russia’s pursuit of new technology for extracting more crude oil and natural gas.

12.05.2017

Über die Rolle von Gas im europäischen Energiemarkt der Zukunft gibt es unterschiedliche Einschätzungen. Europa ist auf dem Weg in die Dekarbonisierung. Aus Gründen des Klimaschutzes soll die Energieversorgung in Zukunft vor allem auf erneuerbare Energien umgestellt werden. International gilt Gas weiterhin als zentraler Energieträger, dessen Förderung sogar noch ausgebaut werden wird.

24.04.2017
James Gavin

Former Russian energy minister Igor Yusufov says the new US administration will be a boon for hydrocarbons cooperation