Oil and Gas Trends
8 August 2017 by
The latest update on bid rounds from across Latin American countries
31 July 2017 by Amanda Nelson
The recent news of a major discovery and a planned fast-tracked development in the Sureste Basin comes as a validation both...
20 July 2017 by Marc Messner
Recognizing how important it is to our customers to have access to the most complete and accurate production data available,...
12 July 2017 by Jennifer Thomas
The IHS Markit North American upstream capital cost index is down slightly in first quarter 2017, while the North American...
29 June 2017 by Michael Wynne
Information quantity has exploded in the last decade, with “Big Data” made readily available by a wide range of sources.
28 June 2017 by Spencer Welch
For more than 30 years, Dated Brent has been the world’s most important crude benchmark, it is estimated that Dated Brent...
23 June 2017 by Adrian Heafford
The Sri Lankan Government (PRDS) is conducting a limited tender for offshore block M2, Mannar Basin. Applications are due by...
22 June 2017 by Reed Olmstead
By 2013, the industry began to realize the impact the Permian Basin could have on US production, but many operators, service...
15 June 2017 by Kevin Birn
Over the next two years Canadian oil production growth will be exceeded only by US tight oil.
14 June 2017 by Bob MacKnight
Mexico’s Round 2.1 offers 15 shallow water blocks in the Tampico Misantla, Veracruz, and the Sureste Basins.
13 June 2017 by Bruce Smith
Allocation is the process of estimating the portion of the monthly volume from each well on the lease.
25 May 2017 by Caldwell Bailey
After two years in the doldrums, the hydraulic fracturing services industry is on pace for significant improvement.
16 May 2017 by Jeff Meyer
The oil price crash of 2014–15 sparked a difficult recalibration between upstream oil revenue and oil field development costs.
11 May 2017 by Michael Ryan
On balance, the global economy is expected to accelerate in 2017 but not without considerable risks that have the potential...
25 April 2017 by Carlos Pascual
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
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