Oil and Gas Trends
25 April 2017 by
The broader security and commercial impacts of US-Russia relations are global, not least in the energy sector.
19 April 2017 by Brad Taggart
Assignments are the missing piece in identifying your competition.
12 April 2017 by Dominik Rozwadowski
Canada poised to add to new crude supply from its complex production matrix
11 April 2017 by Zane Reynolds
A key strategy operators used to weather the downturn in oil and gas prices for the last three years was to delay completion...
27 March 2017 by Energy Blogger
Ministerial dialogue with Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, IHS Markit (Chair), Chairman, CERAWeek and HE Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister...
21 March 2017 by Michael Dyer
Government plans are being changed for Deep Water and Unconventional blocks
16 March 2017 by Reed Olmstead
2017 is certainly the year to unleash the beast and get the growth engine restarted.
22 February 2017 by Stephen Trammel
There’s been a lot of buzz lately about “big data” - how it will revolutionize the world by helping businesses understand...
1 February 2017 by Tom Manning
Strong demand from Asia coupled with large US production has put the US in the top spot for LPG exports, while creating...
31 January 2017 by Reed Olmstead
In the United States, as uncertainty around the outlook for oil and gas prices started to dissipate in late 2016, capital...
12 January 2017 by Spiros Giannaros
The energy industry is facing a major challenge: members of the baby boomer generation, who have for so long been responsible...
8 November 2016 by Ona Odili
The low oil price environment continues to take its toll on oil producing countries worldwide. The effects, as the PEPS Oil & Gas...
26 October 2016 by Dan Yergin
A new IHS Energy report disputes concerns by some central banks and regulators that climate change may pose “systemic risk” to...
27 September 2016 by Joachim Erlandsen
Q2 marks increase in Upstream Oil & Gas costs after 2 years of deflation
11 August 2016 by Ford Tanner
Petrobras's Carcará sale underscores shift in Brazil’s approach to foreign investors
3 August 2016 by Mariam Al-Shamma
Two years of low oil prices have wrought considerable stress across major oil and gas producing countries
21 July 2016 by Dan Yergin
Faith in economic freedom used to be a given in the West. Now a misguided trust in government control is growing.
18 July 2016 by Energy Blogger
With the oil price seemingly stuck at a WTI price cap of $50/bbl, E&P operators are challenged to find new opportunities to extend...
14 July 2016 by Dan Fosse
Cuts and postponements hitting the service sector hard while oil supply slowly rebalances
27 June 2016 by Kevin Birn
IHS expects new projects will advance, driven forward by cost reductions and as prices recover. However, future growth in the...
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