Exclusives

A frame from the American Petroleum Institute’s “Power Past Impossible” ad broadcast during Super Bowl LI.

NAPE: Industry Losing Battle For Public’s Hearts, Minds

At NAPE, industry communicators agree that the oil and gas sector’s message is lost on the public and with it, the campaign for public support against environmentalist foes.

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NAPE: Mexican Shale Prospects Take Spotlight

The country is looking for long-term partners as part of a farm-in application process, with U.S. companies working to attract investors.

Meet Australia’s Oil And Gas Stock Star—In Alaska

Australia-based, but Alaska-focused 88 Energy was Australian Stock Index star as the country’s oil and gas sector climbed out of a very deep hole.

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NAPE: Oil, Gas Demand Energized Through 2040, ExxonMobil Says

The company forecasts economic growth in developing countries to lead the way for energy consumption while oil and natural gas become the dominant resource by 2040.

Subsea Focus Turns To Marginal Fields

The future of the U.K. sector of the North Sea seems likely to be based on developing 350 marginal fields. 

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Leviathan Gears Up For Development Phase As Sanctioning Nears

Spending in the Eastern Mediterranean, including development costs for Leviathan offshore Israel, makes up more than 20% of Noble Energy’s 2017 capital program.

PODCAST: How US-Mexico Trade Policy Rhetoric May Affect Oil, Gas

On this episode of Political Sidetrack we discuss the importance of Mexico as an oil and gas trade partner and how foreign trade policy proposals may affect the cross-border relationship.