Strong growth in US oil production will put pressure on the cartel and allies to maintain its agreed output.
The global demand for energy will continue to increase, according to a veteran investor and founder of private equity firm Pine Brook.
Marcellus-Utica Midstream speaker takes over as president and CEO of the midstream business.
The crude oil markets had little to no immediate reaction to the exit of Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
BP has leveraged its lessons learned from early entry into the Haynesville Shale to be among the play’s most successful producers.
Blu Hulsey, senior vice president of government and regulatory affairs at Continental Resources, discussed the unique deregulation opportunity in Washington these days as well as the permitting process.
The oil cartel revised up its forecast for supply growth from outside OPEC in 2018 on March 14 and now sees rivals adding barrels to the market at a faster pace than demand will rise.
A technology panel at DUG Haynesville discussed choke management strategies, the popularity of slickwater fractures and which metrics offer the best indicators for a well’s performance.
Tudor, Pickering & Holt’s CEO, continues his talk with Jessica Morales, discussing free cash flow and oil and gas development, execution issues and Wall Street’s changing view on energy.
Chief economist Spencer Dale says to look for a plateau in demand, not a peak.
Tudor, Pickering & Holt’s CEO, Maynard Holt, says the U.S. shales now has a seat at the big boy table, and new policies lead to piqued interest in the Gulf of Mexico. And, just what’s up with those activist investors?
The oil and gas industry may need to hop on board or be left behind as the auto giant’s CEO describes a fast and furious trend of electric vehicles.