Raymond James & Associates
Beyond large public companies, returns to investors are becoming a pillar of the E&P business model—from small-caps to private companies—while consolidation increasingly becomes a focus for shale players.
Public equity and lenders are financing decarbon and low-carbon operators. Hear more here.
As E&Ps jam the brakes on capex spend, the largest U.S. oilfield service providers respond in unison, cutting costs where they can and laying down equipment where they must.
When the three-year Saudi Arabia-Russia production-cut marriage known as OPEC+ ended acrimoniously on March 6, the oil and gas world as we know it ended. For now.