China's state-owned crude oil refineries (Sinopec, PetroChina, CNOOC, and Sinochem) have increased their...
- Chinese oil refineries run at over 100% capacity amid Covid-19
- Should the UK encourage oil exploration or decommissioning? Industry divided, says poll
- Covid-19 has brought offshore reserves for sale to above 12.5bn boe
- Bleak future for US gas, predicts GlobalData and Rystad
- OGUK releases new guidelines for operators of North Sea assets
Corporates press ahead with carbon offsetting as debate rages
The voluntary carbon market has shrugged off the Covid-19 pandemic as corporate buyers stick to their climate strategies – but the role of offsets in meeting climate targets remains controversial, writes Mark Nicholls.
Chinese oil refineries run at over 100% capacity amid Covid-19
China's state-owned crude oil refineries (Sinopec, PetroChina, CNOOC, and Sinochem) have increased their crude oil refining rates from an average of 76% in May to 80% of capacity in June, as profit margins increase, a survey by energy analysis company S&P Global Platts showed.
Oil prices drop as Covid-19 resurgence weighs on recovery hopes
Oil prices have dropped as a resurgence of the Covid-19 cases across the globe weighs on fuel demand recovery hopes.
Oil prices fall amid demand recovery fears as US Covid-19 cases surge
Oil prices have inched lower after the US recorded its biggest one-day surge in Covid-19 cases adding concerns that the resurgence in cases would stall fuel demand recovery.
Oil prices rise by 1% after sharp drop in US crude inventories
Oil prices have increased by 1% after the American Petroleum Institute (API) data showed more than expected fall in the US crude inventories.
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