Low-leveraged companies with attractive cost structures are likely to survive.
CanOils expects this situation to rectify itself before too long, but for now it seems that all oil and gas companies are suffering, regardless of their individual production portfolios.
Most of the survey participants said $80 WTI would be necessary for them to increase their capex.
Bernstein Research senior analyst Oswald Clint’s advice? Buy.
Oil prices have always bounced back and this is not going to be an exception.
A 500-rig cut may be delivered within 60 days, she adds.
Junk-bond debt in energy has reached $210 billion.
Natural-gas prices are unchanged and expectations are for no change—or improvement. Yet, down-trading E&Ps on lower oil prices is dragging gassy names down too.
How new technologies are developing the fastest-growing offshore market in the world.
A strong information management approach mines energy company complexity to provide the right data.
According to recent data, slumping oil prices are putting pressure on U.S. drillers.