Hart Energy's SUPER DUG conference rolled on as day two kicked off with ConocoPhillips’ strategy to corner shale through its hegemony in the Permian Basin, Eagle Ford Shale and Bakken.
Nearly 2,000 people attended May 23 sessions ranging from a deep dive into drilling and completion tech and innovation to the ins and outs of the SCOOP and Merge plays to the strategy – and standards – employed by Permian M&A maestros at Double Eagle IV.
Then, after retired Gen. Wesley K. Clark’s talk on world energy security, conference goers partied at the historic Fort Worth Stockyards with Reckless Kelly.
The Russia-Ukraine War and Energy Sector Certain Uncertainties
2023-03-13 - Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has reminded the world that renewables, while gaining momentum, still have a way to go and fossil fuels will remain in demand for decades to come.
Europe Needs a Balanced Gas Portfolio, ENGIE’s Holleaux Says
2023-03-16 - Europe shouldn’t replace an energy dependency on Russia gas with a dependency on U.S. gas, but instead needs to diversify its supply sources, ENGIE Executive Vice President Didier Holleaux said at CERAWeek.
Asian Spot LNG Prices Hit 20-month Low, Incentivize Chinese Return
2023-03-10 - Pricing in Asia is now sufficient to attract Chinese activity, with two cargoes booked to a state-owned enterprise at pricing below $12/ MMBtu, said Toby Copson, global head of trading at Trident LNG.
Japan's JERA Sees More LNG Going to Asia as Domestic Demand Shrinks
2023-05-01 - The deal could result in a boost to JERA's 2023/24 net profit to 300 billion yen.
QatarEnergy to Sign Long-term Asian LNG Supply Deal on June 1
2023-05-30 - The long-term LNG deal is expected to be one of many as QatarEnergy works towards its North Field expansion project, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter.