Tagged With US
ExxonMobil and Chevron enjoy revenue boom
2 August 2021
Quarterly results showcase upwards trajectory for oil producers despite the focus on capital discipline
Shell greenlights Whale venture
29 July 2021
Gulf of Mexico FIDs may be waning, but latest approval shows they can still be viable
Whiting Petroleum exits the Rockies
28 July 2021
Operator sees greater prospects in the Bakken as it shuffles its portfolio
Talos exceeds production plans
27 July 2021
Gulf of Mexico-focused operator sees output soar as it lines up further exploration
Iran launches new port amid challenges to nuclear deal
27 July 2021
The country started loading crude from its new Jask oil terminal last week as doubts grow about the prospects for a revived JCPOA
Public E&Ps splash cash in US shale patch
23 July 2021
Bullish gas projections are driving a strong resurgence in M&A activity
Clock ticking on Permian stranded assets
22 July 2021
Reduced drilling activity over the past year is increasing the threat of premature write-downs in the basin
Antero Resources rides wave
13 July 2021
Marcellus gas producer has cleared much of its debt worries, painting an optimistic picture that investors are getting behind
Warning signs for Pemex refinery deal
13 July 2021
Political downstream agenda and company track record cause unease over Texas refinery purchase
Alaska labours to change direction
5 July 2021
Near-term output is expected to wane despite political backing for the Willow project
ConocoPhillips targets cash cow
1 July 2021
US firm expects Concho synergies in the Permian to dramatically lift revenues over the next decade
Opec can have cake and eat it—Morgan Stanley
29 June 2021
No longer having to choose between price and market share means the cartel does not need to rush to ease cuts, says analyst
Permian on the rebound
29 June 2021
Extreme market volatility is subsiding, tempting operators to acquire promising assets and lift production
US downstream faces emissions scrutiny
10 June 2021
Biden’s low-carbon pledge could mean tighter regulations and punishment for serial emitters
Letter from Houston: Fiscal discipline has positives and negatives
9 June 2021
No rush for a production rebound makes sense. But it may impact on the long-term attractiveness of a career in oil
Resurgent demand drives US refining recovery
8 June 2021
The domestic downstream sector is bouncing back on healthier margins, but the energy transition threat still looms large
US petchem producers look to brighter tomorrow
4 June 2021
After being battered by unprecedented weather events and demand loss over the past year, the industry is hoping for much-needed market stability
Asian refiners edging out US competition
2 June 2021
Rising decarbonisation costs make coastal US refiners vulnerable to expanding Asian export capacity
US eyes LNG decarbonisation
1 June 2021
Offsetting the carbon produced by export cargoes is gaining popularity but still needs better data overview
Shareholders set to soak up excess US cash flow
1 June 2021
The domestic shale sector is generating considerable returns, with many operators planning to increase dividends
Cabot deal may prove exception rather than rule
27 May 2021
Merger showcases optimism in gas prospects but may not signal a wider shift towards multi-basin M&A
US refining makes a comeback
25 May 2021
The sector struggled to offset crushing demand losses in 2020, but recent M&A shows momentum change
Worst is over for US refining
24 May 2021
Wave of recent refinery closures and competitive edge make consolidation increasingly less likely
Letter from China: Beijing targets Australian spot LNG
18 May 2021
LNG is the latest Australian export targeted by China in its trade spat with Canberra. Even limited moves represent an escalation in the standoff
Conservative hedging bruises US shale
13 May 2021
Operator balance sheets are benefitting from the uplift in oil prices, but many could miss out as the bulk of their production is locked into more muted pricing
Restrained US shale set for cashflow pay-off
7 May 2021
Rebounding oil prices have boosted company balance sheets, but debt remains the priority over growth