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Two segments—smaller producers and water services—are providing investment opportunities, especially in the prolific Permian Basin.
In fourth-quarter 2016, nearly all of the $11.9 billion in transactions were made by public companies purchasing from private-equity firms.
An interview with Yup Kim, who helps oversee special opportunities for the Alaska Permanent Fund.
Talara Capital Management could put $500 million to work over the next two years to fund five or six assets, managing partner and CIO David Zusman said.
Private capital providers, mindful of what brought the oil and gas industry here, tackle opportunities in a strained environment.
Australia-based, but Alaska-focused 88 Energy was Australian Stock Index star as the country’s oil and gas sector climbed out of a very deep hole.
What’s left to lease for an E&P start-up 1.0? And, for those that have already sold assets, where is their 2.0?
Rebalancing faces potential headwinds, such as limited OPEC compliance and a slow rate of growth for the U.S. economy.
For E&Ps, the notion that what works on the micro level for production growth may not work on the macro level is falling by the wayside.
Speculative traders trying to gauge OPEC’s commitment to production cuts could leave the markets bruised.
East Daley takes a granular approach in its outlook for 23 prominent midstream public companies.
Many E&Ps are expected to significantly boost spending and put more rigs back to work, according to analysts’ reports.