Since 2014, the domestic energy landscape has changed at a Usain Bolt type of pace.
Justin T. Stolte, James Robertson and Jordan Silverman, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
Since 2014, the domestic energy landscape has changed at a Usain Bolt type of pace. Whether it be the wave of E&P company restructurings, the continuing lack of public capital available to energy companies (and the prevalence of private capital replacing it), the U.S.’ emergence as the world’s top oil and gas producer or the “energy transition,” change has been a constant in discussions regarding the oil and gas industry. Another constant has been commodity price volatility.