The oil crisis of today is often compared to the great oil glut of the 1980s. But demand and supply is no more unbalanced now than it was on average throughout the past decade, when the price was much higher.
Exclusive: Igor Sechin runs Rosneft, the biggest publicly traded oil firm in the world. He tells City Editor Jim Armitage about sanctions, the oil price and his admiration for BP
Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli met here Friday with Russian oil company Rosneft chief Igor Sechin to pave the way for a meeting between Chinese and Russian presidents during the APEC summit in Beijing next month.
Number One of Rosneft: “EU sanctions? They’re wrong, but do not change our plans”
Bloomberg News interview with Igor Sechin, chief executive officer OAO Rosneft, the world’s largest publicly traded oil producer by output