The Energy Council has selected some of the most promising oil and gas companies to look out for this year. We examine their unique approaches to maintaining relevance within the sector and their approaches to reimagining their business models.
The Energy Council sat down with Kaveh Pourteymour, Founder & CEO, CIO Global Solutions ahead of WECA 2022. His area of expertise Digital Strategy and transformation in highly complex environments. Find out more.
The matrix of threats emerging from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine make it difficult to keep abreast of developments, whether these be the increase of global oil and gas prices, or the effect of sanctions, or which states could assist Russia in avoiding the impacts of sanctions, or how wheat prices will begin to soar. As most of us watch from the sidelines, trying to navigate how the markets will respond to these threats and how, in turn, that may affect our daily lives – we can be overwhelmed by the tsunami of information analyzing and predicting outcomes.
The broad macro effects of the Russo-Ukrainian War on oil and gas supplies upended the global energy markets, creating varied questions to the energy security of many nations. The most drastically affected have undoubtedly been the Ukrainians themselves, yet the over-reliance on Russian oil and gas supplies has led to a scramble for alternative supplies – most notably by European states. However, the constraints created by this market shock could provide the impetus to engage more constructively with low-carbon fuels, encourage investments into publicly-traded oil majors with net-zero strategies and hopefully, underscore the struggles of the 900 million people without access to electricity prior to the war.
The question that is worth a billion dollars – how will the oil and gas majors position themselves in the energy transition to ensure relevance, maintain profit and market share, and to survive against growing activist pressures?
At the end of May, the Energy Council hosted an advisory board with sixteen senior executives in the North American energy sector. The esteemed advisors reflect a diverse range of both E&P operators, investors, financiers, digital leaders, OFS players and traders across both the private and public spaces.
Kim Garber, CEO at CORE-CCO joins us as a part of our new mini series around “Investor Due Diligence for Minerals & Royalties Funds” where she discusses the different registration requirements and exemptions when raising/operating a private minerals fund. Listen here.
In the May 2021 edition of the Pulse Report, we revisit activity in the Delaware Basin. Download the report here.
The partnership will provide a series of four major studies examining stakeholder sentiment towards energy majors and smaller players and measure their performance in the transition towards the provision of cleaner energy and stronger corporate governance. Read more.
In this episode of the Women’s Energy Council Podcast, Amy Miller speaks to Gina Fyffe, Chief Executive Officer at Integra Petrochemicals whereby Gina discusses her experiences as the first woman hired to the ExxonMobil Petrochemicals Marketing team. Listen here.
During the Energy Council’s APAC Assembly, Naftogaz presented the international oil & gas community with investment opportunities in the Ukraine. View the presentation here.
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