Finance - Exclusives
With a more disciplined approach to preserving capital and an increased focus on core basins, some operators have shifted their efforts after emerging from bankruptcy.
The Hart Energy video team brings a closer look from the exhibit floor at the 2018 NAPE Summit, which drew more than 12,000 attendees this year to downtown Houston.
After overbuilding during the last boom, debt and uncertainty weigh heavily on the sector.
While some distressed credits are still being restructured, sentiment in energy lending has markedly improved, and being back to “business as usual” feels more than just good.
Last year, public-equity investors abandoned the oil and gas space. Could private-equity investors do the same this year?
As the calendar passes from one year to the next, there’s a natural tendency to look back to see how some of the energy landmarks have shifted over time.
U.S. E&Ps plan substantial increases to their drilling and completion budgets for 2018 and beyond.
To increase production operators still need to access capital on relatively short timeframes.
At IPAA’s Private Capital Conference, expert panelists delved into traditional funding and disruptive thinking.
Technology and lower-for-longer price environment have wrought rapid changes—some good, some bad—to Canada’s oil patch.
Baker Botts tells clients that, while the tax advantage compared to C-corporations has narrowed, it remains favorable to partnerships.
Restrictions on relief for interest payments could affect heavily indebted companies.