Finance - Exclusives
Marcel van Poecke is contributing to Carlyle’s $4 billion energy fund.
BP launched a broadside against those calling for investors to sell out of oil and gas companies and warned this approach threatened energy security and the global economy.
EP Energy has focused on lease operating expenses and keeping development costs under control in order to achieve maximum efficiency.
Antero Midstream is set to combine with its general partner and emerge as a C-corp entity under a new moniker.
Even transactions that seem transparently well-conceived are facing harsh investor reactions, leading private operators to conclude that someone else—like themselves—will have to step up when opportunities emerge.
Daniel Vogel, managing director of Apollo Global Management, spoke with Oil and Gas Investor about his career and what he thinks about the deal market today.
The new limitation on interest deductibility is changing the cost of capital for companies and partnerships.
Capital discipline continues as the overarching message of public E&Ps, born out of a downturn that capsized balance sheets built on growth funded by debt.
Political opponents can sometimes find themselves in extremely polarized positions.
In a recent survey, a majority of energy producers said their borrowing bases could rise in the future.
Bernstein Energy’s recent Energy Investor Sentiment Survey noted that producers are “resoundingly bullish” on oil prices.
A pipeline company—Enron—triggered the Sarbanes-Oxley revolution. Sixteen years out, federal measurement requirements are changing even as the midstream contends with swelling volumes.