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Wood Mackenzie Ltd.


Wood Mackenzie, a Verisk business, is a leading research and consultancy business for the global energy, chemicals, metals and mining industries.

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Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2022-10-31 $3,300.00

Verisk to Sell WoodMac to Veritas for up to $3.3 Billion

Verisk to Sell WoodMac to Veritas for up to $3.3 Billion

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2019-08-26 $364.00

Verisk To Acquire Genscape For $364 Million

Verisk To Acquire Genscape For $364 Million

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2016-08-29 --

Verisk Analytics Acquires Quest Offshore’s Data And Subscriptions Business

Verisk Analytics Acquires Quest Offshore’s Data And Subscriptions Business

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2015-05-26 $2,800.00

Verisk Analytics Closes Wood Mackenzie Acquisition

Verisk Analytics Closes Wood Mackenzie Acquisition

2100-10-01 $000.00

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Global Oil Demand to Grow by 1.9 MMbbl/d in 2024, Says Wood Mac

Oil prices have found support this year from rising geopolitical tensions including attacks by the Iran-aligned Houthi group on Red Sea shipping.

WoodMac: Market Likely to Absorb Aramco’s Downshift in Oil Production

Saudi Aramco’s move from a targeted 13 MMbbl/d capacity by 2027 is not expected to tighten the supply and demand balance this decade, Wood Mackenzie analysts said.

Analyst: Chevron Duvernay Shale Assets May Sell in $900MM Range

E&Ps are turning north toward Canadian shale plays as Lower 48 M&A opportunities shrink, and Chevron aims to monetize its footprint in Alberta’s Duvernay play.

Chevron's Duvernay Sale Seen Attracting Mid-sized Canadian Shale Operators

As Chevron Corp. markets its Duvernay shale assets, the U.S. oil major is most likely to find a buyer among a handful of mid-sized Canadian firms looking to capitalize on the region.  

Beach Town Corpus Christi Grows into America’s Top Energy Port

The Port of Corpus Christi is the U.S.’ largest energy export gateway and in terms of total revenue tonnage as increased midstream investments have opened export markets for the prolific Permian Basin.

Occidental: Parts of DAC Ready to Scale

A major challenge facing Occidental and other direct air capture ventures is whether the process can be made cost-competitive.

TotalEnergies Ups Stake in Two Blocks Offshore Namibia

TotalEnergies is acquiring an additional 10.5% participating interest in Block 2913B and an additional 9.39% participating interest in Block 2912.

E&P Highlights: Jan. 8, 2024

Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including the second biggest deepwater gas find of 2023 and new contract awards.

Lithium Alternative: Natron Energy Scaling Up Sodium-ion Batteries

The sodium-ion battery does not rely on critical materials, as its main ingredient sodium is abundant, cheap and safe, experts say.

Solar PV Maker Waaree Plans $1B Facility in Houston Area

The facility is expected to begin producing solar PV modules by the end of 2024.

Fury Road: Will $450MM Battalion M&A Fuel More Go-private Deals?

Delaware Basin E&P Battalion Oil is being acquired in a go-private transaction by a newly formed E&P Fury Resources. Could go-private sales become more common for small E&Ps with limited runway in the public markets?

Analysis: Will $2.7B Tokyo Gas-Rockcliff Deal Reopen Natgas M&A?

The Lower 48 has seen a whirlwind of oil and gas M&A this year, including a historic volume of transactions across the Permian Basin. After Tokyo Gas Co.’s $2.7 billion bid to acquire Haynesville E&P Rockcliff Energy II, could the window for natural gas deals be reopening?

Analysts: Will Occidental Sell in GoM, Rockies After $12B Permian Deal?

As Occidental spends $12 billion to add scale in the Midland Basin, analysts wonder if the E&P will divest assets in the Gulf of Mexico, the Rockies or other parts of its portfolio.

Analysts: Permian Basin Rigs Plummeted on Record Upstream M&A

A land grab for top-quality drilling locations fueled record Permian Basin M&A activity in 2023. To preserve inventory, E&Ps are radically slashing drilling activity on their new assets, East Daley Analytics reports.

Energy Transition in Motion (Week of Dec. 8, 2023)

Here is a look at some of this week’s renewable energy news, including a continued growth streak for U.S. solar.


IndustryVoice: Is Exploration Still Poised For A Recovery?

We surveyed 200 senior energy leaders to get a clearer vision of exploration as signs of recovery emerge.