Many doubts arise when considering investment into Upstream in 2022; will there be expanded restrictions on funds and financiers, or will there be a repeat of the demand slump in early 2021, or will OPEC+ utilize their reserves to shift the price point to one that suits their objectives best. Such uncertainties will often worry the generalist investor but for the energy specialist with experience of the oil and gas cycles, the near future looks far more enticing.
The Global Methane Pledge seeks to acknowledge the agreements that have preceded it and to build greater action upon those collaborations. Led by the US and the EU, together with 17 major economies, the Pledge was launched at COP26 to “catalyze global action and strengthen support for existing international methane emission reduction initiatives to advance technical and policy work that will serve to underpin Participants’ domestic actions.”
At the World Energy Capital Assembly on 29 November 2021, a panel of experts provided their insights on the ability of companies in the oil and gas sector to access and maintain capital in the current economic and political climate. This article builds on that panel discussion and considers how (E&P) companies are balancing their corporate image with the need to remain profitable and deliver investor returns.
As winter’s cold touch spreads across Europe, there is an uneasiness about how the frigid temperatures will be weathered as gas prices creep ever higher. The source of uncertainty for Europe’s gas consumers is broad; the traditional push and pull of Russian-EU energy geopolitics is alive and well, Covid demand and supply contractions have created imbalances throughout the value chain, while the global production levels of oil and gas remain constrained by OPEC+ and the surging market prices.
The global energy crunch has reintroduced vigour into the oil and gas markets, especially in Asia Pacific where the soaring demand for LNG as a replacement for oil and coal has led to a high-cost environment that doesn’t appear to be slowing.
On this episode of the Minerals & Royalties Podcast King Crow, Partner of Flatland Minerals discusses his 40+ years of experience in finance and sheds some light why minerals and royalties are such an attractive asset class to invest in. Listen here.
Royalties & Minerals Council brings you Kitchen Table War Stories. Listen to the crazy stories from Griffin Haby III & Paden Mckinney, Co-Founders of Mountain Lion O&G. Listen here.
Cutler Gist, Principal at Montego Minerals joins the Royalties & Minerals Council – Philanthropy Series to tell us about his late son, Mercer Michael Gist. In honor of Mercer, Cutler & his wife set-up the “Mercer Michael Gist Foundation” at Texas Tech to help fund the tuition of multiple students a year. Listen here.
In the March 2021 edition of the Pulse Report, we relook at activity in the Midland Basin. Download the report here.
The Energy Council has looked at renewables projects and programmes across Africa that are actively improving the lives of the women and children in their communities; promoting societal and economic inclusion of this historically disenfranchised demographic
In this episode of the Women’s Energy Council Podcast, we hear from Louise Woods, Partner at Vinson & Elkins’ London office. Louise provides a wealth of knowledge in practical projects aimed at improving inclusivity. Listen here.
Our 2021 Future outlook Survey reveals the key trends and factors that will likely impact your business whilst helping you to benchmark your business decisions against those of your peers.
What does a Biden administration mean for US-China trade relations? Could this open the door for future US-China LNG deals?
JD Mann, President & CEO, Warrior Oil & Gas joins us to discuss the different ventures he has started on the Land Services and Minerals front over the years, including his current company Warrior Oil & Gas. Listen Here.
Troy Eckard, CEO of Eckard Enterprises, LLC explains why he pivoted into minerals in 2018 after 30+ years in upstream exploration. Listen Here.
In this instalment we look to the women who ‘fuel’ the energy sector financially, those active in energy investment.
In this episode, Ima Ofulue, discusses her journey to HR and her belief in the potential of energy project development in Africa. With her background in talent development, Ima provided some useful advice for women transitioning jobs or those looking for new roles. Listen here.