The Houthi drone strike on Aramco shows the shifting strategic balance in the Persian Gulf.
In the first few months of 2019, China bought about half of Iran’s crude oil exports.
European values are fairly clear: they want oil to travel northward, not people. Haftar, at the cost of the Libyans themselves, will make that happen.
A noble concept is turned upside down in the name of seizing oil supplies.
Last week, two important meetings took place: in Buenos Aires, of the Group of Twenty, and in Vienna, of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and other oil producers.
While oil companies would reap benefits from the deal, workers at home and abroad would suffer.