The Middle East has seen a surge of interest in ESG-related initiatives amid growing awareness among global investors.
The biggest wildcard is global upstream oil investment, which has slumped from $650 billion before the COVID-19 pandemic to around $300 billion, Hess President Greg Hill says.
Northwest Shelf operator Riley Permian attained an IPO through a rare reverse merger without much fanfare.
When Oil and Gas Investor launched 40 years ago during the summer of 1981, it was the first industry publication to focus on the financial aspect of exploring for hydrocarbons versus the technical side. To celebrate those four decades of conversations we’ve had with myriad industry executives, we reached out to a number of them for their thoughts on the industry’s past, present and future.
Diamondback Energy reduced flared volumes on its position in the Permian Basin by approximately 58% from 2019 to 2020, the company said.
Reliance, owned by billionaire Ambani, had appointed Aramco's Yasir Al-Rumayyan as an independent director on July 19.
Little-known privately owned producers are set to lead the way on an expected 800,000 bbl/d increase in U.S. oil production next year.
Beginning Nov. 1, Southwestern will produce and Tennessee Gas Pipeline, a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan, will transport the responsibly sourced natural gas to Northeast markets.
Maria S. Jelescu Dreyfus co-founded Ardinall, a New York-based independent investment firm focusing on climate change and sustainable investments with an “ESG-based investment approach,” according to a Pioneer release.
James D. Bennett brings over 30 years of experience from the E&P and investment space, which Tellurian Executive Chairman Charif Souki described as invaluable to the company’s goal of enhancing its Haynesville upstream position