In recent periods there have been noteworthy shifts in energy investor preferences regarding the relative roles of production growth, third party acquisitions, identifiable drilling inventories, and free cash flow utilization. This industry expert will explore how each of these elements entail a variety of implications for actionable options by upstream decision-makers to effectively execute their capital allocation plans.
This presentation was recorded at the recent Energy Capital Conference & exhibition in Dallas.
Tom Petrie, Chairman, Petrie Partners
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EOG Eyes Flat Permian Activity, Tighter Global Oil Supply
2023-01-06 - EOG Resources has been developing the vast Dorado natural gas play in South Texas, and currently has exposure to some 140 MMcf/d of gas demand as LNG.
Commentary: Geopolitical Realities Require Realistic Energy Policies
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CEO Predictions: Tighter Oil Market in 2023, Permian ‘Plateau’ this Decade
2023-03-08 - Hess Corp. CEO John Hess said investment in oil and gas and clean energy hasn’t kept up with growing demand, while ConocoPhillips Chairman and CEO Ryan Lance says the Permian will probably plateau later this decade.
US Oil, Gas Rig Count Falls for Second Time in Three Weeks: Baker Hughes
2023-02-17 - The U.S. oil rig count slipped to 607 the week ending Feb. 17, but the gas rig count rose to 115, according to Baker Hughes.
Pioneer's Sheffield Expects OPEC to Boost Oil Prices as Brent Tumbles
2023-01-05 - Pioneer Natural Resources' Scott Sheffield predicted that only Chevron, Pioneer and ConocoPhillips have the capacity to produce more than 1 MMboe/d in the Permian Basin by 2030.