Exclusives - Exploration
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- February 6 2012 - Exploration
Being excited about your company’s plans goes a long ways towards getting a capital provider’s attention.
- February 3 2012 - Field Development
In 2012, Shell will for the first time produce more natural gas than oil and wants to maintain its leadership in the world gas market.
- February 1 2012 - Land & Leasing
With the final lease awards in the 26th Licensing Round in December 2011, independent oil and gas companies were happy with the round and should be major players in the new round.
- January 30 2012 - Production
January was barely half over, and energy analysts were already adjusting their oil-price estimates for the rest of the year. Here's why a lot of smart people on Wall Street say $98 -- or above -- could be the magic number.
- January 25 2012 - Geology & Geophysics
New methodologies promise to solve the mysteries of carbonate reservoirs.
- January 19 2012 - Drilling
The news may be dour in the onshore natural gas market, but the outlook is getting sunnier offshore, whether the focus is a reviving Gulf of Mexico or the rapidly developing global deepwater market.
- January 18 2012 - Production
Unconventional supply could boost energy self-sufficiency in the Western Hemisphere by 2030.
- January 13 2012 - Production
If further sanctions are levied on Iran that cut the country’s oil exports, oil prices could go through the roof to the benefit of China and the detriment of independent oil companies.
- January 11 2012 - Field Development
The number of rigs that have left the Gulf of Mexico and the slow pace of issuing new permits have resulted in a steep decline in investment and a major loss of jobs.
- January 4 2012 - Production
With continued industrialization, growing export industries, and the emergence of an increasingly energy-intensive middle class of consumers, China is expected to account for about 65% of the world’s oil demand growth and about 30% of its natural gas demand growth by 2035.