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Public Capital

Executive Q&A: Parsley Energy Paves the Way

Fresh off of a $2.27 billion merger with Jagged Peak Energy, Permian producer Parsley Energy is raising its profile on Wall Street—and raising awareness of ESG issues. Is it the new model for independent producers?

April 1, 2020

Markets

From OGI Editor-in-Chief: Emergency Response to “OPEC-aggedon”

When the three-year Saudi Arabia-Russia production-cut marriage known as OPEC+ ended acrimoniously on March 6, the oil and gas world as we know it ended. For now.

April 1, 2020

Business

OGI at Closing: Hit the Reset Button

The current price rout should force every oil and gas company to reset its 2020 plans. This year, stick to your core business but adjust your strategy.

April 1, 2020

Methane

E&P Digital Solutions: Resolving the Industry’s Methane Leak Woes

New ground- and drone-based technologies use machine learning for real-time monitoring of methane leaks in oil and gas fields.

April 1, 2020

Business

E&P Industry Pulse: New Trade Deal, Pipelines Favorable for US-Mexico Energy Trade

A revised tripartite trade agreement and new pipelines scheduled to go into service could further boost the flow of U.S. energy to Mexico.

April 1, 2020

Exploration & Production

E&P Offshore Advances: Catching Carbon

A full-scale CCS project in the North Sea takes another step closer to a final investment decision.

April 1, 2020

Policy & Regulations

E&P World View: Role of Oil Industry in the Energy Transition

The regional director of the IOGP discusses the association’s role in a changing upstream environment.

April 1, 2020

Investment

From E&P Executive Editor: Early Innings

Increased investment in and the deployment of carbon capture technologies are needed to further the energy transition.

April 1, 2020

Unconventional

Midstream Constraints and Regulatory Risks Dampen Rockies, Bakken Output

Improving takeaway capacity could free production logjam.

April 1, 2020

Crude Oil

Oil Ends March with Biggest Monthly, Quarterly Losses Ever

Crude oil prices ended a volatile quarter with their biggest losses in history, as both U.S. and Brent futures were hammered throughout March.

March 31, 2020