T. Boone Pickens: Gen. Michael Flynn wants the truth about what is going on in Afghanistan and Iraq
This week’s Pickens Podcast is a conversation with retired 3-Star General Michael Flynn, who has a new book coming out this week,:The Field of Fight, How We Can Win the Global War Against Radical Islam and Its Allies.
Video: T. Boone Pickens Interviews Walter Isaacson of the Aspen Institute
The way news and information is shared has changed the way we relate to each other. T. Boone Pickens sits down with Walter Isaacson of the Aspen Institute to discuss how ideas move through society.
General James Conway and T. Boone Pickens on Energy and National Security
Retired four-star General James Conway talks to Boone Pickens about combating ISIS, Saudi oil policy, and the connection between energy and national security.
T. Boone Pickens and General David Petraeus on the State of the Middle East Today
General Petraeus: We have a vital national interest in maintaining our relationships with the Middle East countries and to ensure the free flow of energy to nations around the world.
Cornelia Meyer: No Conflict for Saudis on Aramco IPO and OPEC Participation
Cornelia Meyer, longtime OPEC watcher and CEO of MRL corporation, speaks to The Fuse following the 169th OPEC meeting in Vienna. Meyer addresses OPEC's continued significance even without production targets, the implications for prices, and what to know about the pending Saudi Aramco IPO.
Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih: Oil Market is Already Rebalanced
In his first comments to press ahead of the June 2016 OPEC meeting, Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih commented on Saudi Arabia's strategy for the oil market. Falih stated that Saudi Arabia also considers the interests of the global economy and non-OPEC producers, that the market is already rebalanced, and expressed concern over the global underinvestment risk.
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zangeneh Reiterates Support for Individual Country Quotas
Upon his arrival in Vienna for the June 2016 OPEC meeting, Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zangeneh said that the main purpose of this meeting is to appoint a new Secretary General, said that $70 per barrel is his preferred price for oil, said that a combined output cap would not benefit Iran, and said that OPEC had played no role in rebalancing the oil market.
Angola Oil Minister: $60 Per Barrel Would be Good Price for Oil
Angolan Petroleum Minister José Maria Botelho de Vasconcelos says that $60 per barrel is a "good" price for oil, and that he will be supporting Nigerian's Mohammed Barkindo as the group's next Secretary General.
Bob McNally: Without OPEC, Oil Market Entering “Long-Term Era of Boom/Bust Price Cycles”
Bob McNally of the Rapidan Group addresses rumors ahead of the OPEC meeting, the future of Saudi oil strategy, oil at $50 per barrel, and a renewed era of oil price volatility.
Joe McMonigle: Saudis May Seek Policy Change in 2017
Joe McMonigle of Hedgeye Potomac discusses the changes taking place at OPEC, including the new Secretary General, return of Gabon, and potential for policy changes under Saudi leadership in 2017.