Energy stocks in a slump as global oil prices plunge

Energy stocks are reeling from a slide in global oil and gas prices, which have fallen by as much as 50 percent since the beginning of the year.

The energy industry has been hit especially hard by a decline in global crude oil prices, and has been hammered by plummeting demand from countries like China.

Energy companies have struggled to cope with the slump, as the supply chain has slowed down, and they have to be creative in how they use their energy.

A big part of that creative energy comes from the energy production itself.

According to a new report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, energy companies are seeing a slowdown in their energy production due to the drop in demand.

That means energy producers are relying more heavily on natural gas, which can be expensive and volatile, and oil, which is cheaper.

This has caused some companies to pull back from projects, and there are fears that the energy sector will continue to struggle.

There are several factors that have led to the decline in the global energy market, Bloomberg New is reporting, including weak demand for oil and natural gas.

“In 2016, oil production from the U.S. was around 11 million barrels per day (bpd), which is about half of its levels in 2016,” Bloomberg reported.

“As of June 2018, U.s. production was around 9.5 million bpd, and natural-gas production was about 3.5 billion cubic feet per day.

Energy production from Russia was at a peak of 3.9 million bpds in June 2018.”

This was partially due to a drop in global demand for crude oil, but it also was because of the drop of production from U.k. shale gas reserves, which has led to higher prices for the oil industry.

This was the reason that companies were pushing back on projects.

According the Bloomberg report, the decline of demand for energy and the decline the price of crude oil have led companies to cut back on the amount of energy they produce.

Energy stocks have also been hit hard by the global economic slowdown, and companies are facing pressure to cut costs and to invest more in their companies.

That has led some companies, like Shell, to pull out of the energy business altogether.

The company has said that the oil market has “taken a huge downturn,” but that it has to make the right investments.

Energy sector has been struggling to adapt to the downturn, Bloomberg reports, but many companies have been making a profit and investing more in new projects, while others are struggling to meet the new needs.

The global oil price has also been dropping due to slowing demand from the world’s major economies.

Bloomberg reported that in the first six months of the new year, the U-K.

pulled down its oil demand by more than 3 million bps, which was the biggest drop of any of the top five economies.

It’s also been reported that China’s yuan dropped about 15 percent, which led to a “huge drop” in oil prices.

The U.K. had also been struggling with the downturn and was experiencing an economic slowdown.

“China has been hitting a major headwind and has put its economic recovery on hold,” Bloomberg explained, adding that the decline had forced companies to rethink their business models.

Bloomberg explained that in order to adapt, energy firms will need to rethink how they plan to use their companies’ resources, and that this will lead to more investments in new energy projects.

The oil industry has struggled to adapt because of a drop of demand from around the world, and the slowdown in demand from China has led many companies to abandon projects.