Oil and Gas Investor Magazine - November 2021
In this issue:
Permian Privates Playbook
E&Ps Staying Relevant
Talos’ Carbon Capture Venture
Return of the Upside
The Guardians of Orphaned Wells
ENERGY TRANSITION PART IV:
The Roles of Fracking and EOR
ESG Fact and Follies
While public operators are on a growth diet, private operators are taking advantage of higher oil and gas prices—and nowhere more so than in the Permian Basin.
The post-pandemic A&D landscape was a feeding frenzy marked by a resurgence in cash, confidence and caution as a surprising number of entrants entered the fray.
A global energy crisis looms as commodity prices spike around the world, and governments and other institutions scramble to try to minimize the damage.
How hydraulic fracturing and the case for driving carbon capture utilization and sequestration forward on the basis of EOR can help achieve a feasible energy transition.
Oil and Gas Investor pays tribute to late editor-in-chief Steve Toon, who suddenly passed away in October.
As traditional public and private sources of capital step back, family offices are stepping in to fund selective oil and gas deals. The question is, what attracts them and can they fill the gap?
As the hydrocarbon industries face intensifying pressure from stakeholders to emit less, nine oil and gas leaders share their viewpoints on how the industry should deal with expectations versus reality and why that might cut across the grain.
Industry executives, environmental leaders and elected officials are among those working to plug millions of wells left abandoned throughout the country.
Volatility in prices has some “arguing in favor of accelerating the transition away from fossil fuels” and those who still see fossil fuels are needed.