Briefs

Back to reality as demand continues to grow

It seems the reprieve could be over after a week-long slump almost kept oil prices below the US$38 mark,...

  • Hayden Lilienthal
  • 11 June 2004
  • 10:45

The politics of fear

As OPEC and the west continue to bicker about who is to blame for the current oil crisis, in the short...

  • Hayden Lilienthal
  • 04 June 2004
  • 09:00
Blame game becomes boring as oil maintains record highs

Blame game becomes boring as oil maintains record highs

OPEC has laid its cards on the table and unfortunately for the rest of us it means that fuel prices won�t...

  • Hayden Lilienthal
  • 28 May 2004
  • 08:00
On the up-and-up

On the up-and-up

It has been another week of record prices and there is no respite in view, according to analysts around...

  • Hayden Lilienthal
  • 21 May 2004
  • 21:15

Too little too late as oil hits new heights

As crude prices surge to new highs and US inventories continue to fall to new lows there is, perhaps,...

  • Hayden Lilienthal
  • 14 May 2004
  • 08:00
Ensuring stability of supply is becoming a global problem

Ensuring stability of supply is becoming a global problem

As crude prices continue to surge towards $40 a barrel warning bells are starting to sound in the world�s...

  • Hayden Lilienthal
  • 07 May 2004
  • 22:45

Guns and oil don’t mix

If the conspiracy theorists are right and the US really did go into Iraq just for the oil then the idea...

  • Hayden Lilienthal
  • 30 April 2004
  • 09:30
Full tanks ease prices

Full tanks ease prices

World oil prices continued to ease this week as OPEC kept pumping and United States refiners worked hard...

  • 22 April 2004
  • 08:45

OPEC leakage eases price fears

After some initial gains, crude oil and gasoline prices started to slide this week after news of the...

  • 16 April 2004
  • 08:45

Are OPEC’s promises just pump air in the breeze?

World oil prices settled this week, after tumbling from historic highs, amid a strengthening US dollar...

  • 08 April 2004
  • 21:30
Oil prices ease back

Oil prices ease back

A possible US relaxation of clean-burning petrol regulations, coupled with emerging dissent from within...

  • 02 April 2004
  • 10:30
Who has control of the wheel?

Who has control of the wheel?

OPEC�s control over world crude prices is starting to appear tenuous at best following this week�s roller...

  • Hayden Lilienthal
  • 26 March 2004
  • 12:30

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