Positive signs for stocks of energy companies have emerged lately making the sector more attractive for investors, analysts say.
Both midstream and upstream must navigate through changes in the energy business, says IHS Markit expert.
Pure Acquisition, led by Jack D. Hightower, is the latest blank-check company to emerge with an industry veteran at its helm.
Despite political uncertainty, the opportunity still remains for big gains for the early investors.
At the GPA Midstream annual convention, Horace Hobbs, an economist for Phillips 66, said the industry has returned to a demand footing after 45 years of focusing on supply.
John Howie, senior vice president of upstream for Tellurian, recently sat down with Hart Energy's Jessica Morales to discuss the company's business model and plans for future acquisitions.
The so-called USE It Act encourages carbon capture, utilization and sequestration projects with focus on technology development and adding commercial value such as for CO2 EOR.
U.S. exporters would have to scramble to find new markets if China follows through on possible retaliation, say experts.
The turnaround of Breitburn, which encountered many hurdles during its two-year Chapter 11 bankruptcy, indicates ‘better times in the energy industry.’
Canadian government plans to introduce amendments to existing legislation that will protect federal authority over pipelines and other projects that cross provincial boundaries.
Brent prices averaged $71.27/bbl last week, up $3.43/bbl from the week before.
The two nations plan to draw up a joint strategy for sourcing crude oil from the international market.