The global oil and natural gas industry is optimistic about future prospects, with conventional exploration still the primary resource replacement option, according to Wood Mackenzie’s 11th annual survey.
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U.S. Pricing Dominates Physical Natural Gas Market Transactions in Mexico, MGPI Survey Says — Bonus Coverage
The first survey of buyers and sellers of natural gas in Mexico conducted by NGI’s Mexico GPI shows that U.S. price indexes are involved in the majority of transactions in Mexico.
A new survey of 100 global oil and gas executives found the majority is preparing to accelerate investments in digital technologies, primarily to double down on cost-saving ambitions.
Growth in energy sector activity slowed significantly in the final three months of 2018, according to the quarterly Dallas Fed Energy Survey of oil and gas executives.
Oil and natural gas sector activity continued its momentum during the third quarter across Texas, northern Louisiana and southern New Mexico, according to a survey of energy executives, but many are concerned that it’s going to take awhile before any relief in pipeline constraints in the Permian Basin.
U.S. oil and natural gas executives are looking to incorporate emerging technologies to improve business operations, but they do not expect artificial intelligence (AI) or automation to eliminate jobs, according to KPMG’s 2018 U.S. Energy Outlook Survey.
The oil and gas sector continued to strengthen during the first three months of this year in Texas, northern Louisiana and southeastern New Mexico, the Federal Reserve Bank’s Dallas arm said.
A pivotal year awaits exploration and production (E&P) companies worldwide, with capital spending on course to increase 7% overall, led by a 15% gain in U.S. onshore-weighted budgets, according to Evercore ISI’s annual survey.
Midcontinent oil and natural gas activity, including in Colorado, Oklahoma and Wyoming, slowed during the second quarter, according to a survey of energy operators by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Spring redeterminations look “modestly improved” for the oil and natural gas market, according to a survey of borrowers and lenders.