Oil and Gas Investor Magazine - December 2021
In this issue:
Steady Demand Growth Presses Gas Prices Higher
Devon Dialogue: The Promise of the Permian ... and Beyond
PRIVATE EQUITY REPORT:
Where’d the Billions Go?
Texas A&M Stands Up Another New Program
Oil and Gas Accounting: A Winding Road of Questions and Considerations
The New Dawn of Carbon Capture
Natural gas supply is limited by hesitancy from investors and producers, as well as logistics constraints.
Devon Energy’s executive vice president and COO, Clay Gaspar, says the merger with WPX Energy put the newly combined shale giant in a position to build a business that is focused on growth and able to generate significant free cash flow.
Based on a first-hand survey, E&P private equity and debt providers were asked to describe their investing interests and capacity then versus now. Here are the results.
The global energy situation is in dire need of realistic public policies that support U.S. production to the benefit of not only the U.S. but energy markets around the world.
Although carbon capture, transport, use and storage is dominated by oil and gas producers now, it represents a significant growth area for the midstream sector.
The fourth quarter shot off with a couple of large deals, including Southwestern Energy’s purchase of GEP Haynesville LLC for $1.85 billion.
If you missed the House Committee on Oversight and Reform hearing in October, don’t go back to watch it now. If you must, have a blood pressure monitor and tele-doctor nearby, writes Oil and Gas Investor Editor-at-large Nissa Darbonne.