Andy Critchlow, The Telegraph

Andy Critchlow

The Telegraph

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Andy:

Saudi Arabia’s risky game of Russian roulette with oil could end in tears

Breakdown in talks between Russia and Saudi Arabia lead to collapse in oil price → Read More

Labour’s climate change policies will leave Britain cold

The Labour Party wants more green votes after its members backed net-zero emissions by 2030. → Read More

Texan barons are the biggest winners from oil market's convulsions

Texas could be to thank for the world avoiding an economically crippling triple-digit spike in crude prices last week following attacks on facilities in Saudi Arabia last week. → Read More

Saudi Arabia is bearing the brunt of a stubbornly low oil price

Saudi Arabia’s new oil minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman likes to make people laugh. → Read More

A bicycle helmet saved my life. Anyone who doesn't wear one needs their head examined

Three weeks ago I woke up in a hospital bed with a pipe sticking out of my chest and a migraine from hell. → Read More

Here's what Boris Johnson needs to do about energy

Energy policy will probably be the last thing on Boris Johnson’s mind if he becomes the next prime minister. → Read More

The clash in the straits of Hormuz demonstrate how much the Iranian economy is suffering

Deploying more of the Royal Navy to protect oil tankers from Iranian attack as they sail through the Strait of Hormuz is a short-term fix to a historic problem of providing energy security in the Persian Gulf. → Read More

Blazing tankers tell a story, but stable oil prices speak louder

Oil tankers ablaze in the Gulf of Oman and the US pointing the finger at Iran should be enough to send the price of the world’s most vital commodity skyrocketing. → Read More

UK abandoning coal would be an act of virtue-seeking madness

Britain has almost turned its back on the fuel of the industrial revolution after going its first week since 1882 without needing coal for power generation. → Read More

Islamic State may be defeated, but risks to Middle East oil remain

Islamic State’s defeat makes Middle Eastern oil seem a little safer, for now. → Read More

Big oil’s electric dream offers a double-edged sword

Oil companies want to become power utilities to meet rising demand from electricity in transport and from growing populations. → Read More

Toxic air catastrophe triggers scrap metal revolution in China

Scrap metal is a hot topic right now. → Read More

Russia’s Opec alliance brings risks -and rewards

Opec still needs Russia to prop up oil markets, but the arguments for an even closer relationship with the cartel are weakening. → Read More

Saudi Arabia has more oil than we may ever need

Saudi Arabia has finally silenced its peak-oil critics and simultaneously revived interest in its stalled $2 trillion (£1. → Read More

Saudis take a risk splashing the cash as oil prices head south

Saudi Arabia is doubling down on domestic spending despite falling oil revenues. → Read More

Don’t expect the market to pour any oil on troubled waters in 2019

Get used to more scary oil-market volatility in 2019. → Read More

Iran’s oil market exile has introduced new set of risks

Oil markets are preparing for life without Iran. → Read More

NOPEC gives Trump all the ammunition he needs to hit oil cartel

US President Donald Trump will be holding a gun to OPEC’s head if legislation is approved to potentially revoke the cartel’s immunity from prosecution in America for monopolistic practices. → Read More

Unplugging Saudi Arabia’s vast oil reserves is easier said than done

Saudi Arabia is under intense pressure from US President Donald Trump to flood the oil market and cool prices. → Read More

Statoil no more, but black gold is here to stay

Norway’s state oil giant has rebranded. → Read More