Mackenzie

Global E&Ps, Led by U.S. Brethren, Locked And Loaded For New Investments

The global oil and gas industry, already expected to boost exploration spend during 2017, is poised to more than double final project approvals as optimism spreads across the energy sector.

January 12, 2017
Fewer Wells but Better E&P Results, Profits Ahead, Says Wood Mackenzie

Fewer Wells but Better E&P Results, Profits Ahead, Says Wood Mackenzie

Global exploration should return to substantial profitability in 2017 following five years of single-digit returns, according to an analysis by Wood Mackenzie.

December 19, 2016
Wood Mackenzie Says Operators Slashing Lower 48 Capex by $150B Through 2017

Wood Mackenzie Says Operators Slashing Lower 48 Capex by $150B Through 2017

Oil and gas producers have slashed $150 billion from their capital expenditure (capex) budgets for the Lower 48 states through 2017, a reduction in capex that’s more than three times that spent in any single country, according to an analysis by Wood Mackenzie.

July 25, 2016
Mexico Midstream Restructuring Not Unlike That in U.S.

Mexico Midstream Restructuring Not Unlike That in U.S.

More than two decades ago, the U.S. natural gas pipeline industry was restructured to provide open access to shippers. Anyone who missed it might want to head down to Mexico to witness something of a reprise — and perhaps make a few pesos, too.

April 20, 2016
Mexico Midstream Restructuring Not Unlike That in U.S.

Mexico Midstream Restructuring Not Unlike That in U.S.

More than two decades ago, the U.S. natural gas pipeline industry was restructured to provide open access to shippers. Anyone who missed it might want to head down to Mexico to witness something of a reprise — and perhaps make a few pesos, too.

April 20, 2016
Mackenzie Gas Project Leader Requests Seven-Year Extension of Green Light Decision

Mackenzie Gas Project Leader Requests Seven-Year Extension of Green Light Decision

Canada’s dormant arctic natural gas production and pipeline scheme Thursday requested a seven-year extension of its right to come out of its deep freeze, now set to expire at the end of this year.

August 28, 2015

Liquids Output From Western Canada Unconventionals Poised to Surge

Western Canada’s onshore plays yield comparable results to key liquids-heavy producing regions in the Lower 48 states, a positive sign once prices strengthen and demand for oilsands diluent grows, Wood Mackenzie Ltd. is estimating.

June 24, 2015

Verisk Enters Energy Analytics Through $2.8B Wood Mackenzie Acquisition

With its sights set on being a leading global energy market data analytics provider, Jersey City, NJ-based Verisk Analytics Inc. announced Tuesday it has agreed to acquire Wood Mackenzie from Hellman & Friedman and other Wood Mackenzie shareholders for about $2.8 billion in cash.

March 10, 2015
Analysis: $90B Value Left in Marcellus, Another 25K Wells by 2035

Analysis: $90B Value Left in Marcellus, Another 25K Wells by 2035

The Marcellus Shale holds about $90 billion of remaining value, and the top 20 operators working in the play are expected to drill 25,000 wells there through 2035 at a cost of nearly $110 billion, according to research by the energy consulting firm Wood Mackenzie.

August 29, 2014

Canada’s Canol Shale Open for Fracking

A fresh frontier for shale drilling is opening up in Canada’s Northwest Territories, a new well approval by the National Energy Board (NEB) has confirmed.

November 1, 2013