New edition of Oil & Gas Financial Journal magazine is now available. Read latest news and important financial developments on Oil & Gas industry for this month through OGFJ May 2013.
NOCs reshape playing field
As the balance of power in the oil industry shifts from large IOCs to NOCs, business models for players throughout the industry are shifting in response.
PwC M&A report
PwC US notes that first-quarter deal volume and value increased year over year, and shale deals comprised 46% of total deal volume.
Investors from outside the US are playing an increasingly vital role in the US tight oil and shale natural gas industry, according to the US EIA.
Global LNG market dynamics
The very positive longer-term outlook for natural gas is driving investment decisions, both in terms of buyers’ willingness to sign long-term contracts and sellers’ willingness to commit capital to develope the needed projects
Status of NA shale
Liquids production from North American shale formations will most likely reach 8M bbl/d by 2020, says Rystad Energy in a new report.
Quicksilver/Tokyo Gas deal
In an effort to develop the full potential of its Barnett Shale asset base, Quicksilver Resources partners with Tokyo Gas in a $485M deal.
Eagle Ford update
A recent report puts the Eagle Ford shale formation at the top of the list of shale plays for M&A activity in 1Q13.
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