Tagged With ExxonMobil
Argentina shale deals follow political shift
16 December 2015
ExxonMobil and Dow Chemical have announced plans to invest in Argentinian oil following the election of Mauricio Macri
Choppy waters ahead for Equatorial Guinea as production declines
9 December 2015
Minister of mines, industry and energy, Gabriel Obiang Lima, is taking a hard line with investors amid low oil prices and falling output
US supermajors to face up to 'grim reality' of falling profits
3 November 2015
ExxonMobil and Chevron both saw a sharp fall in profits in the third quarter, but they are charting markedly different courses
Russia could offer China better gas pricing
2 November 2015
Russia is well positioned to supply more pipeline gas to China as a weaker currency makes pricing more competitive
Rosneft and ExxonMobil team up in Mozambique
2 November 2015
Russian and US majors win rights to explore in three blocks in Mozambique licensing round
Asia still focused on coal despite low-carbon goals
19 October 2015
Asia’s burgeoning green growth not yet enough to topple king coal
ExxonMobil: Go big or go home
19 October 2015
Takeover opportunities abound for ExxonMobil if it chooses to pull the trigger
ExxonMobil will only consider M&A if it adds value says CEO
8 October 2015
The market for upstream acquisitions is good with low asset values but chief executive Rex Tillerson said the company's criteria was unchanged
Netherlands lowers Groningen output
16 July 2015
The Dutch government has further cut production from the giant Groningen gas field in order to limit damage to the buildings in the region
Integrated Big Oil model proves its worth
11 June 2015
Wall Street challenged the model, but Big Oil has proven the methods might just help withstand the downturn
Fracking making waves again
11 June 2015
The controversial drilling technology, that boosted US oil and gas production and transformed global energy markets in the process, is making waves again
New oil frontier beckons offshore Latin America
28 May 2015
ExxonMobil’s discovery offshore Guyana has renewed hopes that a stretch of waters off Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana will emerge
Shell buys BG to challenge ExxonMobil
15 April 2015
Shell has offered to acquire BG, to create a company with oil and gas production second only to that of ExxonMobil
ExxonMobil bets big on Russia despite drop in spending
13 March 2015
The drop in oil price and increasing costs have led the US company to minimise spending by 12%, but not in Russia
Majors make cuts as oil price sparks tough times
20 February 2015
Low prices and poor earnings mean the majors are cutting spending, jobs and projects
Exploration and production companies look for value and efficiency
16 December 2014
Changing investor demands means upstream units need to take a new approach to portfolio management
Risks hamper Afghanistan’s exploration ambitions
11 December 2014
Security problems will keep hampering Afghan upstream plans. Pipeline transit fees offer the best hope for energy income
Marine fuel drives ExxonMobil European refinery investment
18 September 2014
A substantial investment in a Norway refinery following reduction in allowed sulphur content in marine fuel
US shale gas: second fiddle, but still in tune
15 September 2014
Investment is still pouring into the unconventional gas sector and production continues to rise
Shale gas firms take the long view
15 September 2014
North America is still the world’s only significant producer. But explorers are stepping up activity elsewhere and a global business is emerging
Middle East refiners could increase by a third
13 August 2014
Exports from the new super-refineries of the Middle East – now the world’s fastest-growing refining region – will speed the pace of closures in Europe
Canada’s Duvernay shale hots up
25 July 2014
Now that the land grab in Alberta Canada’s Duvernay shale is largely over and companies have started developing their positions, the future of the play is coming into sharper focus, and for many that future looks promising.
Uncertainty for Iraq oil industry as troubles divide country
7 July 2014
The Islamist-led Sunni surge leaves Iraq on the brink of collapse. Derek Brower assesses what it means for the country’s oil industry
Cracking the Bazhenov
16 June 2014
The Siberian shale play could be one of the world’s largest, but it won’t give up its riches easily
Reports shed uncertainties over stark climate warnings
8 April 2014
The studies assess the potential damage that climate change will have