In this week’s Hot Commodities, Nord Stream II hits a road bump, relations between Russia and Turkey realign, and Venezuela can’t seem to catch a break.
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In this week’s Hot Commodities, inroads against ISIS, more bad news in Nigeria, and the future of oil and energy transitions.
In this week’s Hot Commodities, OPEC meets and producing countries confront potentially new political realities, terrorist organizations take aim at the energy sector, and Russia continues to raise questions in Europe and beyond.
Following a brief hiatus, in this week’s Hot Commodities Venezuela's energy crisis is accompanied by political unraveling, electricity protests rock Kabul, and attacks on oil and gas facilities from Iraq to Nigeria threaten more than just energy production.
In this week’s Hot Commodities, Saudi Arabia prepares for a future beyond oil, Iraq is in the market for a new oil minister, and the spring thaw puts the Arctic in play.
This week, Hot Commodities looks at the Saudi's risky play to hurt its Iranian rivals, drones-for-oil deals, and the impact of climate change on the energy sector and regional conflicts.
On this week's Hot Commodoties: The oil price rollercoaster ride continues, the US is looking to hit ISIS where it hurts, and cyberattacks plague Ukraine and Syria.
This week, Hot Commodities looks at oil, gas, and water around the globe and the potential consequences to regional stability. The news isn't good.
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This year droughts crippled California and heat waves claimed the lives of hundreds in India and Pakistan. Major flooding caught Texas by surprise and Yemen was hit, not once but twice, by deadly cyclones. Coincidence? The UN says maybe not.