Brian Carey, Strategic Growth Director of Kongsberg Digital joins the podcast to discuss the role of digitilisation and innovation in the Oil & Gas industry and how ESG will continue to shape and mould the sector. Listen to the full episode here.
Africa is a big continent, and many countries are at different stages of development from economic and energy access perspectives. The key drivers in the region include commitments to the Paris climate agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), one of which is access to clean and affordable energy. Read more here.
An African energy renaissance may be on the horizon, promising a reversal of fortunes for energy security across the continent. The oil and gas sector had shown exceptional promise prior to the Covid demand drop and subsequent project delays, nowhere else had a comparable rate of new oil and gas field discoveries. The result is a continental energy market that has embraced the potential for rapid development off the back of a natural resource boon.
Gas-to-Power is the popular choice among African states looking to diversify their energy mix away from coal, with gas power generation accounting for two-thirds of new capacity. Natural gas and LNG have been enjoying a renaissance in their broad utility throughout the energy transition, spurned onwards in popularity with the successive gas discoveries all along the African coast.
Due to the politicised nature of the Energy sector in Mexico, strong policies and foundations for successful monetization has fallen by the way side. A degree of politicisation is expected in national oil companies, and when looking around the globe this is often the case. However, in the instance of Mexico, politicisation is the defining feature.
Reid Vidrine, Head of Energy at Standish Management joins us as a part of our new mini series around “Investor Due Diligence for Minerals & Royalties Funds” where he walks us through the roles and responsibilities of a 3rd Party Fund Administrator. Listen here.
Roger Crabb, Partner, Scheef & Stone joins us as a part of our new mini series around “Investor Due Diligence for Minerals & Royalties Funds” where he walks us through the various aspects of raising funds as well. Listen here.
Financial activism has been a catalyst in shifting the approach to financing the oil and gas sector, with ESG demands creating risks that are often deemed unassailable to traditional lenders. As access to exploration finance dwindles, O&G traders have taken on the role of providing capital to E&P operations – jumping upstream to lower supply risk. Read more.
Cary Meadow, Executive Chairman and Ben Mendes, Director at Anvil Channel Energy Solutions joins the Investor Series Podcast describing the paradigm shift seen in lenders’ appetites towards natural resources companies and the increasing regulatory restraints and rising ESG pressures. Listen here.
In this edition of our Minerals and Royalties Webinar we discussed Overriding Royalty Interest and Carve-outs.
On this Women’s Energy Council article we chat with Natalia Sergeeva, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley about her career in Energy Read More
View the on-demand session as our panel of experts discuss the various ways they are implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) into the exploration side of their businesses.
A set of divisive reforms to the Mexican hydrocarbon sector have been confirmed by the state’s congress, in a move that is set to consolidate the power under government authorities and state-owned oil company, PEMEX – while inciting growing uncertainty among invetors.
In anticipation for the Energy Council’s World Energy Capital Assembly (WECA) to take place in December, an advisory board of the industry’s leading figures was held to inform the agenda. Among the attendees were representatives from Petrobras, Morgan Stanley Energy Partners, BlackRock, Shell, Kongsberg Digital, Ecopetrol, The Carnrite Group, Hellenic Petroleum, Eco Atlantic Oil and Gas, Helios Investment Partners, Addleshaw Goddard, YPF, Reflex Marine and Axora.
In anticipation for the Energy Council’s World Energy Capital Assembly (WECA) to take place in December, an advisory board of the industry’s leading figures was held to inform the agenda. Among the attendees were representatives from INEOS Energy, BlackRock, Standard Chartered, Kerogen Capital, Lloyds Banking Group, ADNOC, Mizuho, Morgan Stanley, BP IST, Bluewater Energy, Wentworth Resources, Sector Investment Managers, Harbour Energy, NEO Energy and Jerset Oil and Gas.
As Oil & Gas producers face challenges in accessing finance and investment, this Virtual Roundtable explores Sukuk as an alternative financial instrument.
Paul Taylor, Head of Reserves and Resources, ERCE discusses his career in the Energy industry, the impact of Covid-19 and how ERCE can support the sector through these times.