Tagged With Covid-19
Chinese energy demand makes tentative recovery
29 May 2020
A rebound in oil demand and gas consumption remaining largely unscathed are encouraging signs, but a global economic slump and trade tensions could undermine further progress
Nord Stream 2 hits two more hurdles
28 May 2020
Controversial Russian pipeline project suffers two more setbacks in its TPA exemption fight
CO2 shrugs off the Covid-19 slump
28 May 2020
Future policy assumptions support the EU ETS after initial hit
Covid-19 is accelerating the move to renewables
28 May 2020
The pandemic and resulting fall in demand for energy is hitting the willingness to fund oil and gas projects more than those involving renewable energy
Pollution drop could pressure India’s energy policymakers
28 May 2020
The lockdown has markedly cleaned the country’s air. Will citizens demand permanent change or will economics trump climate concerns?
Covid-19 strains French nuclear model
26 May 2020
Workplace restrictions could hasten the decline of France’s fleet of baseload generators
PE Live: OFSE sector should embrace the transition
22 May 2020
As the pace of the energy transition accelerates, oilfield companies are increasingly applying their engineering expertise to a more diverse range of applications
PE Live: OFSE consolidation needed to attract capital
21 May 2020
Creating larger companies with a greater reliance on technology could provide the stable and larger returns that investors seek
Tough times ahead for US refiners
20 May 2020
Slumping global oil consumption, tightening margins and throttled-back throughput pile on the pressure
Like a bat out of hell part three: Gas more resilient than oil
15 May 2020
The third in a five-part series from the BRG energy and climate practice evaluates the impact of plunging oil prices on natural gas and LNG
PE Live: OFSE sector being reshaped by downturn
14 May 2020
Oilfield services and equipment companies that survive the era of low prices are likely to emerge leaner, more innovative and with a greater focus on green energy
Canadian oil firms battle for survival
14 May 2020
Profits plunged during the first quarter for a sector already struggling to contend with growing debt and a shortage of midstream takeaway
Like a bat out of hell part two: The outlook for oil
14 May 2020
The second in a five-part series from the BRG energy and climate practice looks at the impact of Covid-19 on the global oil market and the trajectory of its recovery.
LNG: Intercontinental to inter-regional?
13 May 2020
Price differentials are threatening the economics underlying global LNG arbitrage. But the lower prices may unlock competition within regions
Saudi Arabia braces for impact
13 May 2020
The kingdom may have to pay a steep price for its efforts to reassert leadership in oil politics
Like a bat out of hell part one: Energy implications
12 May 2020
The first of a five-part series from the BRG energy and climate practice analyses the impact of Covid-19 on the global economy and the demand for and supply of energy
Turbulent times shine a light on imperfect contract structures
7 May 2020
The pandemic provides an opportunity for a significant reset of contract structures
Canadian oil industry in dire straits
7 May 2020
Production across the country is in freefall, prompting oil-rich province Alberta to plead for financial support
Price crash may fuel contract renegotiation push
6 May 2020
A prolonged era of sustained lower oil prices could result in widespread pressure to renegotiate contracts
Covid-19 may not justify force majeure
5 May 2020
The declaring party will need to demonstrate a causal link between the pandemic and the reason it is unable to fulfil its obligations
Liberia perseveres with licensing round
4 May 2020
West African country presses ahead with plans to auction offshore acreage
Logistics no barrier to deal making
4 May 2020
The current M&A market environment is challenging, but deals can still get done
Oil demand faces an uncertain future
4 May 2020
A recovery in demand is key to getting the oil market back into balance. But both short and long-term prospects are clouded
Gas and LNG brace for tougher times
1 May 2020
The global gas market faces choppier waters on demand uncertainty, overbuoyant supply and lower-for-longer oil
Oil price promises more May madness
30 April 2020
After April’s unprecedented negative futures contract pricing, there is every chance of more volatility to come
Asset managers deliver brutal verdict on oil
30 April 2020
Oil and gas companies must rapidly adapt to declining long-term demand or they will face stark financial consequences, asset management giants warn
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