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Growth was the topic du jour for Enterprise Products Partners and Williams during their recent earnings calls.
Diamondback’s decision to take its Rattler midstream subsidiary public is the latest move by an E&P to address takeaway capacity concerns in the Permian Basin.
The change in investor sentiment has in turn altered how private-equity sponsors and portfolio companies exit.
‘Value over volume’ mantra has been discarded as investors seek growth in output.
Alternative lending sources are needed to fill the gap left by an RBL market in transition and capital-hungry shale producers, says Mark Green, president of Madava Financial.
Paul Sankey, an energy analyst with Mizuho, said the industry has rebounded to a point where it "has never been in better shape, from a resource opportunity standpoint."
It was about four years ago that crude prices turned down.
High-yield energy has outperformed many of its fixed income peers as E&P capital discipline provides a clear path to generating free cash flow.
John Gimigliano, principal-in-charge of federal legislative and regulatory services at KPMG, discusses renewables growth, subsidies, investment and impact on the industry.
With less receptive capital markets, traditional exits for private-equity-backed portfolio companies have narrowed. Sponsors are finding new ways to make returns to investors.
KAPSARC study finds the cartel has the ability (at least in theory) to stabilize the price of oil.
Oil is less likely to be targeted for continued retaliation because the emergence of the Asian middle class, according to experts.