The EIA’s new forecast sees that the recently occurring anomaly of the U.S. as a net oil exporter will eventually become the norm.
Extreme volatility returned to U.S. natural gas futures on Jan 14, with the front-month up over 8% on forecasts for much colder weather and more heating demand than previously expected through the end of January.
The Anadarko Basin’s Simpson shale formation is being called “one of the biggest yet-to-be-developed shale plays in the United States.”
Analysts say the oilfield services sector could see a 10% to 15% increase in overall earnings in 2019 as E&Ps increase spending.
Specialization works—until it doesn’t. Specialists would be wise to consider these hidden risks.
Cautious optimism prevails in the findings of the fall 2018 edition of the Grant Thornton/Hart Energy survey of the state of the oil and gas industry.
U.S. oil and gas executives' outlook turned negative with than half of the executives expecting lower capital spending in 2019, according to a survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
The time is now for public E&Ps to meet investors’ new expectations, says Oil and Gas Investor Editor-in-Chief Steve Toon.
As the U.S. approaches 84 Bcf/d of gas production, we can look to the Fayetteville Shale as an example of a play who has already peaked but still has production left.
Overall, 2018 was the Year of Consolidation as several E&Ps agreed to merge throughout the U.S., including inside and outside the prolific Permian Basin.