Tagged With US
Athlete-turned-CEO wins Rainmaker race
25 September 2020
Jill Evanko has been a tough competitor since her college days. Now she is an award winner
Government policy key to investors’ gas concerns
18 September 2020
Slumping prices and imminent capacity expansion have dented investor confidence despite bullish long-term demand forecasts
US LNG: Cooperative rather than swing producer
11 September 2020
The US has a vital role in promoting flexible and transparent LNG markets
Schlumberger sheds US shale
4 September 2020
Major oilfield services player reshuffles portfolio to cope with dearth of work and spiralling costs
Kadhimi woos Washington
1 September 2020
The new Iraqi premier is leveraging the US administration’s loathing for Iran to secure energy investments
US shale running out of time
1 September 2020
Financial conditions may have rallied, but the long-term survival of many firms still hangs in the balance
Biden win poised to reshape US energy policy
21 August 2020
A Democratic victory could spell an end to hostilities with the Islamic Republic of Iran and send a jolt through the global oil market
Oxy under pressure
19 August 2020
Crumbling revenues heighten concerns over looming debt maturities and the firm’s ability to avoid becoming another high-profile casualty
Biden presidency to cast shadow over shale
17 August 2020
Mounting pressure from Democratic Party to tackle climate change threatens future of the sector
Letter from China: US-China trade deal in the last chance saloon
14 August 2020
Presidents Trump and Xi’s compact on rebalancing may be the next domino to fall
Pioneer dividend proposal aims to attract fresh investment
14 August 2020
The company’s new strategy to retain and draw shareholders aims to shake up the shale growth model
Environmental due diligence essential for refinery assets
31 July 2020
In transactions involving petroleum refinery assets, thorough and careful due diligence is critical for identifying and quantifying environmental liabilities associated with the target asset
London crude trading’s ‘Good Old Days’: Into the nineties
31 July 2020
Colin Bryce continues his oil markets story, as a new decade ushers in further changes to the trading landscape
London crude trading’s ‘Good Old Days’: The scandals
29 July 2020
Colin Bryce continues his oil markets story, as professionalism grows but deal-making also shows a less salubrious side
Biden tacks left on energy
28 July 2020
The Democratic candidate has a healthy lead heading towards the November US election and a manifesto that will strike fear into the heart of the shale patch
US domestic M&A sent reeling
28 July 2020
Deal-making across the oil and gas patch has slowed to a crawl despite a swathe of potential devalued assets and strained companies eager to divest
PE Live: Local hydrogen policies may shape global industry
25 July 2020
EU member states and US state governments may have more impact on the development of the hydrogen economy than EU institutions or the US federal government
Piling the pressure on US LTO
21 July 2020
The country’s production may struggle to return even to its pre-pandemic levels, while growing to new heights seems a distant prospect
China holds the cards in US-EU poker
15 July 2020
As the US shale industry struggles, energy sanctions targeting China are unlikely
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
US shift to renewables gains momentum
1 July 2020
A gradual move towards renewables was already underway, and the pandemic is helping to push coal further out of favour
Letter from Houston: Energy hotspot hopes for a ‘bronze lining’
30 June 2020
The US oil capital may be battling both the oil price crash and a Covid-19 resurgence, but there are still reasons to be optimistic
No rebound in sight for US shale
30 June 2020
Domestic crude production will continue to be squeezed despite the modest oil price upturn and faces a long-term existential threat in the form of the Democratic manifesto
Chesapeake peers over the precipice
24 June 2020
Rapid expansion beyond core natural gas assets has stretched the firm to the verge of bankruptcy
PE Live: Regulation needs to catch up with hydrogen development
24 June 2020
The rapid emergence of hydrogen as a potential major fuel and energy storage medium means regulation will need to be overhauled—and certain countries are already taking an early lead.
PE Live: Approaches to hydrogen may diverge
23 June 2020
The green hydrogen approach increasingly favoured by the EU and some western US states may not be suitable for other regions