Expo attendees had a bounce in their step once again. Oil and Gas Investor's editors recap the event.
In this video special report, NAPE 2017 attendees opine on the recovery, the next hot spot for deals and this year's expo.
Oil and Gas Investor spoke with Jeanine Piskurich, chairman emeritus of the operating committee for NAPE, about what to expect at NAPE 2017.
Whats Affecting Oil Prices This Week Feb 13 2017
John Paisie, executive vice president with Stratas, expects geopolitical tensions stemming from North Korea will affect this week's oil price outlook.
In this week's video: Parsley pulls off the biggest acquisition in the Midland so far this year, and Apache markets thousands of East Texas acres.
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For the upcoming week: OPEC supply cuts, rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran, a rebound for U.S. shale drillers and bullish investors.
In this week's video: EP Energy enters a joint venture to drill Wolfcamp wells. EV Energy sold acreage in the Barnett and acquired in the Eagle Ford.
For the upcoming week we are forecasting that the price of Brent crude will trade between $54.50 and $56. Here's why.
In this week's video: Halcón Resources, Sanchez Energy and Lario Oil and Gas make big acreage additions.
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The Dakota Access Pipeline is likely to be hit with lawsuits as a permit is reviewed but a Keystone decision will be harder to challenge. (Image courtesy of the White House)
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President Trump signed executive orders on Jan. 24 to accelerate the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, coming through on his campaign promise to progress energy infrastructure projects.
Brent crude is forecast to trade in the range between $55 and $56. The Brent-WTI differential is projected to trade between $2 and $2.75 with respect to the March contract.