Andrew Peaple on Muck Rack

Andrew Peaple Verified

As seen in:  Wall Street Journal

I'm the resources editor for the WSJ in London. Views expressed here are my own and RTs are not endorsements

Falling Oil Prices Test OPEC Unity

online.wsj.com — As global crude prices plunged earlier this month, Venezuela's foreign minister asked to see Saudi Arabia's top oil official at a climate-change conference on Margarita Island, off the South American coast. Ali al-Naimi, the Saudi oil minister, was expecting a plea to reduce oil output and bolster markets.

Severstal’s Mordashov: Confident in Russian Economy Despite Its Problems

online.wsj.com — The recent arrest of Russian billionaire Vladimir Yevtushenkov has stoked anxiety in the country's business community, according to Alexey Mordashov, the majority owner of steelmaker Severstal. Mr. Yevtushenkov, the largest shareholder in conglomerate Sistema, was placed under house arrest in September on suspicion of money laundering related to the company's purchase of oil company Bashneft in 2009.

Investor Concerns Grow Over European Oil CEOs’ Pay

online.wsj.com — LONDON-When Helge Lund takes the reins at British oil and natural-gas producer BG Group PLC, he'll be getting paid more than seven times what he made at rival Statoil ASA. He will also be making significantly more than the chief executives at much bigger European energy giants Royal Dutch Shell PLC, BP PLC and Total SA.

Miner BHP Spurns Bigger is Better Mantra

online.wsj.com — LONDON-BHP Billiton PLC is the world's largest mining company by market value with operations in 25 countries. So what's one of the first things its chief executive advised his board when he joined: break it up. Now, Andrew Mackenzie, a former academic and energy executive who joined the Anglo-Australian BHP in 2008, is about to get his way.

Energy Journal: A Copper-Bottomed Strategy?

blogs.wsj.com — Here's your morning jolt of news, insight and analysis on the global energy business. Send us tips, suggestions and complaints: andrew.peaple@wsj.com Click here to receive this morning's email newsletter COPPER CONTROL Talk about a strong market position: a single buyer has bought up over half of the copper held in London Metal Exchange warehouses, with its holding sometimes reaching over 90% of stocks in the last month, according to a story by the WSJ's Sarah Kent, Ese Erheriene and Ira Iosebashvili.

Glencore’s Ivan Glasenberg Goes Back to the Deals Table

Energy Journal: Theories Abound About Oil Markets

blogs.wsj.com — Here's your morning jolt of news, insight and analysis on the global energy business. Send us tips, suggestions and complaints: andrew.peaple@wsj.com Click here to receive this morning email newsletter By Andrew Peaple OIL BULLS SILENCED BY SHALE AND SAUDI With oil prices slipping lower again on Monday morning, the question is whether oil bulls are now fully in abeyance.

BHP Billiton Considering Secondary Listing in London for Spin-Off Company

online.wsj.com — Mining giant BHP Billiton is considering a secondary listing in London for a new company it is spinning off containing noncore mining assets in commodities including aluminum and manganese.

Energy Journal: Scotland-and Shetland-Decide

blogs.wsj.com — Here's your morning jolt of news, insight and analysis on the global energy business. Send us tips, suggestions and complaints: andrew.peaple@wsj.com Click here to receive this morning email newsletter SCOTLAND VOTES If you're in the U.K. today it's hard not to have the Scottish referendum on your mind.

Energy Journal: U.S. Shale Revolution Has Room Left to Run

blogs.wsj.com — Here's your morning jolt of news, insight and analysis on the global energy business. Send us tips, suggestions and complaints: andrew.peaple@wsj.com Click here to receive this morning email newsletter U.S. SHALE: THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING The U.S. shale revolution may have plenty of room left to run.
More Articles →
Nov 17, 2014

Charts: OPEC accounts for a third of the world’s oil, but it's dominance has been challenged graphics.wsj.com/opec-dilemma/

Nov 17, 2014

OPEC knows it must cut production to lift oil prices. Unclear is whether its members agree on.wsj.com/11hkQPV via @WSJ

Nov 13, 2014

Heathrow express. World's worst train service

Nov 13, 2014

Doctor develops "warm, fuzzy" feeling towards Valeant after it pays for luxury weekend in Palm Beach on.wsj.com/1uo96qo

Nov 13, 2014

Brent crude at $79 a barrel. Who'd a thunk it?

Nov 12, 2014

Title of upcoming Sauid oil min Naimi speech in Mexico: "Gas: A View from Saudi Arabia" #onpoint

Nov 12, 2014

Great word RT @davidenrich: This is surely the first time the word "numpty" has been in @WSJ. on.wsj.com/1tFoJon

Learn how to connect with Andrew on social media by joining Muck Rack Pro



Are You a Journalist?

Make a Portfolio

Create a free Muck Rack account to customize your profile and upload a portfolio of your best work.


Share This Profile