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Data on productivity improvements show Texas basin wells holding on to gains better than Bakken wells. North Dakota's oil production retreated to 1.040 million b/d (-1...
The active global LNGC fleet grew to 449 vessels since January 2017 whilst the order book shrunk from 117 to 111 vessels. LNG trade is experiencing an uptick y-o-y alth...
Falling US inventories and firm words after the OPEC/non-OPEC compliance meeting help lift prices, even as Ecuador announces it will leave the agreement. Brent has ris...
Offshore activity on the Norwegian Continental Shelf is continuing to recover. Spurred by recent exploration successes and a significant improvement in oil prices since J...
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Though more flexible than other sources of production, we argue LTO's ability to regulate production short-term is more limited than generally realised. North Dakota's...
With fear and loathing of the OPEC deal high in the market, we make the case that the deal has been a qualified success. Brent fell to c. $45/bbl in mid-June despite d...
With just under half of the US Gulf of Mexico’s technically recoverable reserves lying undiscovered – is the glass half full or half empty? The US deepwater indust...
North Dakota lost production in March whilst industry keeps losing money. With winter gone and the boost from returning shut-in wells spent, North Dakota's LTO output ...
Oil falls as OPEC extends the production deal, but if politics is the art of the possible, is the market expecting too much? Brent broadly recovered to c. $54/bbl from...