Covering more than 1,200 oil and gas asset transaction records and more than 300 time series with over 100,000 data points, the key data sets tracked by Petroleum Intelligence Weekly date to 1987. The Petroleum Intelligence Weekly Data Source features the following unique data sets:
- Price Scorecard for Key World Crudes — Term-contract prices and costs for crude oil around the world, formula prices, retroactive prices, spot-linked prices and government-set prices are all tracked on a monthly basis for over 10 years.
- Market Price Indicators — Spot and formula prices, key spreads, netbacks, margins, and 15-year histories of monthly term contract prices.
- Global Oil Supply - Gain in depth perspective on monthly trends in Opec and non-Opec oil output as well as the prices of key benchmark and spot crude oil grades.
- Merger & Acquisitions - Key data on all $100 million-plus deals over the last 10 years, including acquisitions, buyouts, assets, and per-barrel costs The data cover both upstream and downstream acquisitions as well as purchases of entire firms, describing key assets and their prices and average per barrel costs. This is the best way to quickly access the details of past deals or spot major, long-term trends in asset values.
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