Company profiles
Deltic rides out the storm
9 July 2020
The UKCS explorer’s strong balance sheet allows it to brush off many of the challenges posed by the oil price collapse, but it is still not immune to bearish investor sentiment
Junk sale buys Oxy much-needed time
6 July 2020
US independent slices off chunk of near-term debt but ominous overhang remains an existential threat
Whiting collapse is shape of things to come
3 April 2020
The Denver-based shale company’s bankruptcy notice is likely to be the first of many among US producers
Ovintiv faces test of staying power
26 March 2020
The Canadian firm has rebranded and joined the US shale revolution. But the oil price crisis is raising doubts about whether recent acquisitions will be economically viable
Mastering the transition tightrope
6 December 2019
Lorenzo Simonelli has reinvigorated Baker Hughes’ oilfield business lines while positioning it to be at the forefront of the energy transition
Pemex posts a loss
8 November 2019
Sagging oil prices bruise the firm’s bottom line, despite a positive quarterly upstream performance
Bondholders close in on Citgo
1 November 2019
Venezuela misses crucial bond payment as danger of losing control of the US refiner looms
Energean adapts for survival
17 October 2019
Independent oil and gas firms have no choice but to respond to environmental pressures, says the firm’s CEO
Algeria talks tough on gas renegotiations
3 October 2019
Industry observers had predicted changes to the structure of long-term gas contracts. But Sonatrach and the government appear uncompromising
The majors' messy divide
21 August 2019
Two gassy Europeans, two shale-obsessed Americans and one in between is too simplistic a division
Aramco sends off IPO signals
13 August 2019
The company boosts key investor metrics, suggesting it has renewed its appetite for an IPO
Pemex strategy fails to convince
9 August 2019
Sceptical agencies consider further cuts to their ratings of the company's debt
Total sticks to its guns on exploration and transition
6 August 2019
The French oil and gas major refuses to be eclipsed by shale
Novatek targets huge Arctic gas resources
7 May 2019
The firm intends to become one of the world's largest LNG producers by 2030 via projects in the inhospitable Arctic environment
Petronas on an upward trajectory
29 April 2019
The company is balancing its upstream ambitions with government debt obligations, while finalising a key domestic downstream project
Petrobras breathes easy
3 April 2019
Brazilian company posts best financial results since bribery scandal
Petrobras keeps cutting
15 March 2019
The Brazilian company will need to maintain momentum to meet its ambitious divestment objectives
Getting more oil on the move
6 March 2019
Enterprise Products Partners looks set to maintain its leading position in the expansion of US midstream logistics over the next two years
Energy Web Atlas names Harry Brookby as Vice President of Data Sales
28 November 2018
Energy Web Atlas names Harry Brookby as Vice President of Data Sales
Wintershall-DEA: The anatomy of a merger
23 November 2018
The Wintershall-DEA deal brings together businesses that in 2017 had combined sales of €4.7bn
Wintershall and DEA: A merger with ‘major’ aspirations
23 November 2018
The Wintershall and DEA merger, the largest upstream deal in Europe for over a decade, will be heavily weighted to gas, putting it at the centre of a heated gas debate in Germany
Gazprom continues to aim high
11 October 2018
The towering ambition of Gazprom’s capex programme is matched only by the height of its controversial new St Petersburg headquarters
PDO branches out
24 July 2018
The firm is building on decades of experience to further develop its technological prowess and encompass alternative fuels
Rosneft makeover 'on the way'
17 July 2018
Chief executive Igor Sechin has outlined bold reforms for Russia's largest oil company, but will they be put into practice?
Brazil's floating future
5 July 2018
The resignation of Petrobras’ boss comes just as it begins to reap the benefits of his reform programme
Petrobras' incomplete recovery
4 July 2018
Brazil's state oil company has taken major strides forward, but further progress and support from the next government are needed