Author: Peter Ramsay
Editor-in-chief
Kerogen investments go full-cycle
5 February 2019
Kerogen's vehicles grow from their appraisal and development core focus
Zennor gets turbo-charged
5 February 2019
Private equity has boosted the 12-year-old company’s firepower
Blackstone likes Siccar Point story
5 February 2019
The global giant came to London almost five years ago and is enjoying the journey so far
US loses capacity to surprise
29 January 2019
The fourth quarter's dramatic price rise and fall is not expected to be repeated
Russia and coal to set European tone
29 January 2019
Gazprom's market share ambitions and the price at which power plant demand soaks up supply are 2019's key questions
The LNG wave is on the way
28 January 2019
Liquefaction ramp-ups and a slowing rate of Chinese demand growth finally deliver the oft-anticipated supply glut
Siccar Point banks on quality
22 January 2019
The North Sea new entrant is relying on its assets base
BWE building on history in the North Sea
22 January 2019
The name Blue Water Energy (BWE) may be new, but the faces are familiar
Azinor Catalyst hits again at Agar-Plantain
21 January 2019
The prospect could have recoverable reserves of up to 50mn barrels
Wellesley focuses on exploration
18 January 2019
The new entrant wants to find new resources in mature areas
Energean takes a new approach at Karish
17 January 2019
The East Mediterranean producer goes for a novel and nimble concept at Karish
Oil majors' strategies are variations on a theme
15 January 2019
The majors' plans for 2019 look remarkably similar on the surface, but there are key differences
Interview: Neptune champions its diversity
6 December 2018
With assets in Europe, North Africa and Asia-Pacific, the London-based firm sees value in its broad international portfolio
Growth and exit exercise North Sea private equity minds
6 December 2018
The UK and Norway upstream sectors have benefitted from a rush of private equity cash, but the key question is what next?
East Siberian oilfields are let off the Opec leash
27 November 2018
Russia's remote eastern fields are ramping up as production shackles come off, but also to drive the growth that mature provinces can’t
Petrobras turns page as corruption saga draws to a close
25 October 2018
An SEC fine as part of the firm’s long-running corruption scandal looks the least-worst outcome and may mark the beginning of the end of its international headaches