Upstream trends and play analysis
23 June 2017 by
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...
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.
1 June 2017 by Raoul LeBlanc
The Permian Basin in Texas is currently the most exciting place in the world for upstream companies.
3 May 2017 by Thomas Jacob
The frac sand sector has re-entered bullish territory in 2017 as demand is expected to exceed peak 2014 levels before the end of...
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.
22 March 2017 by Raoul LeBlanc
CERAWeek posted record attendance numbers this year, and the North American onshore was decidedly the topic du jour.
20 March 2017 by Andrew Byrne
IHS Markit expects that the sufficient number of private operators remaining means that the Permian M&A frenzy has only...
16 March 2017 by Reed Olmstead
2017 is certainly the year to unleash the beast and get the growth engine restarted.
8 March 2017 by Energy Blogger
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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...
27 December 2016 by Michael Muirhead
Permian basin development is complicated by many technical factors. In addition to complex geology, operators must deal with very...
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...
11 October 2016 by Bjorn Hem
Oil industry costs will improve as activity recovers, but with only modest expected gains until 2020.
5 October 2016 by Bjorn Hem
When will reduced levels of upstream oil and gas spending and activity, experienced since oil prices fell in late 2014, begin...
27 September 2016 by Joachim Erlandsen
Q2 marks increase in Upstream Oil & Gas costs after 2 years of deflation
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
1 June 2016 by Carlos Pascual
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