Leaders from the “Big Four” accounting firms—Deloitte, EY, KPMG and PwC—joined Hart Energy to discuss the energy transition and the different approaches to ESG within the oil and gas industry.
The first cut is the deepest…or not? OPEC+ will likely need to add oil output cuts soon, Stratas Advisors says in its latest oil price forecast.
Moves to flout deal terms on oil cuts damage reputation of OPEC+, Saudi Arabia’s energy minister says.
China’s COVID recovery has pushed its economy but the rest of the world lags.
Exports have shrunk from over 2.5 million bbl/d since the U.S. withdrew from a nuclear deal with Iran and reimposed sanctions in 2018. Still, Iran has been working to get around the measures and keep exports flowing.
With Appalachia producers in maintenance mode, analysts described Permian Basin associated gas production as ‘resilient.’
The revitalized terminal is not only expected to connect the Port of Calhoun to both the Eagle Ford and Permian basins but also create more than 1,000 jobs in the Lone Star State, Max Midstream President Todd Edwards says.
Authorities in the United States and Brazil are investigating improper payments to officials at Petrobras, Brazil's state-run oil company, as part of Brazil's far-reaching corruption probe, known as Car Wash.
Analysts discuss the outlook for the U.S. shale sector as it recovers from the latest downturn, awaiting higher global demand.
In a statement, White House spokesman Judd Deere called the move by California "alarming" and said it would destroy jobs and raises consumer costs.
Survey results said 66% of 154 oil and gas firm executives contacted by the Dallas Fed this month believe U.S. crude oil production has peaked. The survey includes executives from Texas, Louisiana and New Mexico.
Crude oil production slipped to 10.7 million bbl/d, down in part due to storm activity that closed offshore drilling sites in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.