With oil prices plunging to their lowest levels in a decade, a deal between Russia and Saudi Arabia could take two million barrels a day off the market. Less than two years ago, a barrel of oil was over $100. Since then, it has fallen to around $30. That is the business story. But it is also a political story. Watch to learn more.
Think you know why oil prices are so low? Think again. Here’s the real reason behind the fall in oil prices and why the banks aren’t concerned.
Chicken farms in the US are notoriously hard to access if you’re not involved in the industry. But one American farmer, contracted to a meat processing company, has thrown open the barn doors. He claims firms routinely mislead customers about the conditions the birds are reared in and their health. Maria Finoshina went to meet him.
As Brent oil trades near $28 a barrel, Bloomberg weighs the impact of cheap oil on countries, corporations and consumers.
Think you know what’s really going on with the War in Syria and ISIS? Think again. Here’s an in-depth look at what’s happening in the Middle East, the powers involved, and what to expect.
Russia has received additional intelligence confirming that oil from deposits controlled by Islamic State is moved through Turkey on an industrial scale, said Vladimir Putin. President Recep Erdogan said he will resign if this is confirmed.
As coalition attacks on ISIL-controlled oil sites intensify, militants are being forced to look, not only for a new stronghold, but also for new sources of income.
A member of the Iraqi Parliament, Dr Mowaffak al Rubaie, tells RT how ISIS manages to earn millions of dollars selling oil on the black market in Turkey and reveals that wounded terrorists are being treated in Turkish hospitals.
Here’s a look at what Integra Gold’s Updated Resource means for investors and why it is much more significant than it appears. Also, Ivan Lo gives a major warning about the potential globalization of terrorists.
In the year 2016, the people of San Diego County will be drinking seawater. Not straight out of the Pacific, of course; the water – up to 54 million gallons per day – will first pass through the Carlsbad Desalination Plant, the largest desalination facility ever built in the Western Hemisphere. Is purified saltwater the answer to California’s drought? Businessweek’s Sam Grobart investigates.