We believe in putting the mineral owner first – it usually pays off for us. Additionally, I think we leverage technology really well. We have figured out how to use new software and data management tools to help us organize data and run titles more quickly.
In the current state of affairs, we simply can not do enough to promote the positive factors associated with our industry. I believe that we must continue to encourage discussions, at every level, that put Canada’s long term economic interests ahead of regional political interests.
I was born in an oil camp in North Dakota and my father was a Petroleum Engineer, so I was literally raised learning about the industry. I attended my first OTC when I was 13 years old.
At the Oil and Gas Council, our role is to ensure we reflect our membership. It hasn’t escaped our notice that many of our members are undergoing efforts to realign their core business to a broader energy focus. Additionally, our network of financiers and investors are increasingly open to new opportunities that don’t sit in the traditional realms of upstream.
Our network has been built around connectivity, trust, integrity and most important impartiality. This final pillar presents an important distinction to many of the initiatives currently being pursued in the clean energy space.
In this episode, Kahina talks about the challenges the industry faces, being surrounded by passionate people, embracing change and the way in which the next generation are encouraging us to change our focus. Listen here.
In the November edition of the Pulse Report, we take a look at activity in the multi-stacked area in the Appalachian Basin where the Marcellus Shale and Utica/Point Pleasant overlap. Download the report here.
Eco Atlantic Re-issued all Namibia Offshore Licenses: Increases its sizeable strategic position in sought after frontier exploration region
Ahead of WECA 2020, we spoke with Nick Carnrite, Managing Director at The Carnrite Group, on their entrance to the UK market, the challenges facing the Energy industry and how they are supporting the sector through these times.
Avik Dey of CPPIB, joins the Investor Series Podcast to talk about the secular change that is taking place across the industry
We know what the target is as well as why we need to achieve it. The question is rather on the how. How do we transform our businesses and our life-styles without jeopardising the functioning of our society or global growth?
“Investors will go where the money is” remarked one of the Energy Council’s members when asked about the increased pressure on funds to be ESG driven and avoiding hydrocarbons altogether.
Asia holds 9 of the world’s 15 fastest growing economies and the Oil & Gas industry will play a central role in the development of these economies… Find out more
In The News: Institutional Investors Demand Greater ESG Adherence from Oil Majors, Can Independents Pick Up The Pieces?
Institutional funds have increased their pressure on the world’s largest oil and gas companies to further and hasten their commitments to meet a carbon output of net-zero by 2050. What happens to ‘independents’?
Glenn Jacobson – Partner at Trilantic Capital Partners – Evolution of the Energy Investment Landscape
Glenn Jacobson, of Trilantic Capital Partners joins the Investor Series Podcast once again to talk about the evolution of the energy investment landscape.
Is there a place for private equity in the minerals & royalties space? Many pundits in the industry don’t think there is. Watch our webinar debate on demand to learn more
Mergers and acquisitions are heating up in the oil and gas sector as prices stabilise and quality assets enter the market. Over $20 billion in deals has been completed in recent months with more set to come.