Producers

Senators Call For Federal Government Loans to U.S. Energy Producers

A group of 11 U.S. Senators is calling on the Trump administration to make loans accessible to domestic energy producers in an effort to protect American jobs associated with the industry.

April 22, 2020
Benefits of Cheap Oil ‘Largely Theoretical’ Until Consumption Improves, Says Raymond James

Benefits of Cheap Oil ‘Largely Theoretical’ Until Consumption Improves, Says Raymond James

Until people are traveling again, on the road or in the air, the economic benefits of cheap oil “remain largely theoretical,” as Covid-19’s hit to global demand is worse than the impact of the financial crisis, according to Raymond James & Associates Inc.

April 7, 2020
Benefits of Cheap Oil ‘Largely Theoretical’ Until Consumption Improves, Says Raymond James

Benefits of Cheap Oil ‘Largely Theoretical’ Until Consumption Improves, Says Raymond James

Until people are traveling again, on the road or in the air, the economic benefits of cheap oil “remain largely theoretical,” as Covid-19’s hit to global demand is worse than the impact of the financial crisis, according to Raymond James & Associates Inc.

April 7, 2020
Dallas Fed Energy Survey Confirms ‘Overwhelmingly’ Bleak Conditions in Texas, Louisiana and New Mexico

Dallas Fed Energy Survey Confirms ‘Overwhelmingly’ Bleak Conditions in Texas, Louisiana and New Mexico

Oil and natural gas activity in Texas, southern New Mexico and northern Louisiana fell off a cliff in the first three months of the year, unsurprising news from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

March 25, 2020

And the Survey Says: Producers Facing Rough Fall Redetermination Season

For the first time in three years, oil and natural gas producers are expected to see their borrowing bases decline as credit availability contracts on a worsening outlook for commodity prices, according to a survey of 221 industry respondents conducted last month by Haynes and Boone LLP.

October 7, 2019

Lower 48 Upstream, Midstream Operators Battling Polar Blast

As Arctic cold settled in Wednesday across a wide swath of the country, from the Midwest to the Northeast, producers and midstream companies in the Appalachian and Williston basins were busy trying to fight the effects of record-setting temperatures on their operations and crews.

January 30, 2019

Oil, Gas Operations Appear Unscathed by Colorado Wildfires

Oil and natural gas operations on Wednesday remained untouched by a series of wildfires raging in Colorado, industry representatives told NGI’s Shale Daily.

June 14, 2018

China, India to Lead Renewables Charge in Coming Decades, Says IEA Director

The United States will become the world’s top producer of oil and natural gas over the next several decades, but China and India will lead a host of developing countries in embracing clean energy technologies for power generation as costs for renewables continue to decline.

January 17, 2018
Appalachian E&Ps Working to Fend Off Cold, Keep NatGas Flowing

Appalachian E&Ps Working to Fend Off Cold, Keep NatGas Flowing

With single-digit lows continuing and forecasts calling for temperatures to plunge below zero on Friday and Saturday in the Pittsburgh region, small and large Appalachian natural gas producers were grappling with frigid temperatures in different ways.

January 4, 2018

Limited Pipeline Capacity to Gulf Coast Means More NatGas Basis For E&Ps, Says Braziel

With so much new supply hitting the market over the next few years, and with incremental demand from the Gulf Coast, natural gas producers haven’t seen the last of widening basis differentials, according to RBN Energy LLC’s Rusty Braziel.

September 29, 2017
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