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IEA revises downwards 2021 oil demand

The IEA has revised down its forecast for global oil demand by 0.6 million bpd for 1Q21 and 0.3 million bpd for 2021 as a whole.

Total ends membership of API

Total has said that API's climate positions were only "partially aligned" with its own.

EIA expects US fossil fuel production to increase through 2022

The US Energy Information Administration expects production of all fossil fuels – crude oil, coal, dry natural gas, and natural gas plant liquids – to increase in 2022, but forecast fossil fuel production will remain lower than the 2019 peak.


Safety and planning must be embraced in 2021

Will Dunn, Lifting Equipment Store, argues that while the challenging circumstances created by COVID-19 have brought extreme pressure on offshore and onshore production and storage facilities to maintain top levels of safety and resilience the industry cannot let focus slip.

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Shifting compression subsea - part two

In the second part of a two-part article, Alexandre de Rougemont, MAN Energy Solutions, continues his exploration of how a joint venture between Aker Solutions and MAN Energy Solutions is supplying a modular subsea compressor system that is set to increase efficiency, reduce energy use and improve performance.

Oil rises on low supply confidence

Oil prices gained on Tuesday, squeezing the last dollar cents from optimism the promised Saudi cut and the OPEC meeting created last week.