Author: Justin Jacobs
America's pipeline wars
7 November 2016
Public opposition and shrinking growth opportunities have put the midstream in a tough spot. Expect more deal-making
Shale v Opec
31 October 2016
The shale industry is itching for the chance to start growing again. Opec’s Algiers deal might just be it
Running the rule on US supply
20 October 2016
The head of the EIA discusses the market, the debate over fracking and what the future holds for the country’s energy data
Light at the end of the tunnel for oil-field services companies
19 October 2016
Firms are clawing back some of their losses, creating tension with producers still relying on cut-rate drilling costs
Macri's reforms burned in gas-tariff fight
14 October 2016
A retreat on subsidy cuts casts doubts on the Argentine president’s broader energy agenda
Latin America takes a hit
14 October 2016
The region’s oil output continues to fall and recovery won’t be swift
Permian - the premier play
13 October 2016
In the first of our series assessing producer economics, we analyse the Permian, where things are on the up
Enbridge's new pipeline behemoth
5 October 2016
Enbridge's takeover of Spectra looks like a smart move at a time of shrinking opportunities for pipeline builders
Gulf of Mexico producers think small
12 September 2016
Megaprojects have fallen out of fashion and cheaper tieback developments are in. It’s enough to keep the region’s output growing, for now
Rigs on the rise
12 September 2016
Drillers are slowly picking up their pace as signs of optimism return to parts of the oil patch
PdV’s downward spiral
12 September 2016
Venezuela’s oil industry is cracking under the pressure of a domestic crisis and low oil prices
La Niña: betting on the weather
29 June 2016
US gas prices have perked up. Will the rally last or is the market setting itself up for another fall?
The greening of Latin America
28 June 2016
Climate pledges are suddenly turning into real investment in the continent’s renewable-energy sector
Kick starting Argentina's Vaca Muerta
28 June 2016
Argentina’s shale patch is going through its first downturn, but the outlook is still bright. Just don’t expect its shale development to look like progress in the US
Latin America’s NOCs fall from grace
28 June 2016
The state’s heavy hand will slow recovery for the region’s state firms, hurting production and new exploration for years to come
There has been blood in California
8 June 2016
For producers, the Golden State has lost its lustre. Drilling is collapsing and output sliding
Peru's unfinished business
8 June 2016
Peru has the makings of a regional gas powerhouse if the next government keeps things on track
Exxon vs the world
1 June 2016
The US supermajor is once again under the cosh for its stance on the climate
Pemex: time for turnaround
18 May 2016
Mexico’s state oil company is in terrible shape, but is far from a lost cause
How much worse can it get for Venezuela?
3 May 2016
The country's oil industry would suffer badly in a default scenario
Going off script in the Gulf of Mexico
29 April 2016
Output is still rising in the Gulf of Mexico, even if the longer-term picture is cloudier
Choppier waters in Latin America
29 April 2016
A beacon for the offshore industry in recent years, the region is now suffering through the downturn
Slower, lower, weaker: Brazil under Rousseff
29 April 2016
Brasilia’s political crisis is deepening. Is there still hope for energy investors?
Ali Moshiri: Chevron's Asset Manager
27 April 2016
The downturn has the supermajor's man in Latin America and Africa taking a fresh look at his portfolio – shale is up, deep water is down
Power play
13 April 2016
Cheap natural gas is bringing coal’s long reign as the fuel of choice in US generation to an end
Between a rock and a hairpiece
13 April 2016
America’s oil industry sees no love in Hillary Clinton’s green agenda but fears Trump’s populist bluster