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  • Large resource holders, Brazil and Angola, are advancing new exploration opportunities, mindful of the race to develop oil and gas resources ahead of energy transition impacts. New additions to the quarterly Resource Access Monitor continue the trend of improving terms or investment conditions for exploration acreage offers.
    Wed, Sep 22, 2021
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  • US shale companies have become some of the most efficient businesses in the market today, producing mountains of free cash flow and rewarding investors. Despite their unwavering commitments to capital discipline, some are even seeing their production volumes grow. Energy Intelligence experts dig in to how companies have accomplished this, what the next steps in their strategies are and how long the run of returns will last.Hosted by: Casey Merriman, Editorial Director, Western Hemisphere and Luke Johnson, Deputy Editor, Energy Intelligence Finance
    Tue, Aug 31, 2021
  • Exxon and Chevron held their most consequential AGMs in recent memory where each were taken to task by both activist and institutional investors dissatisfied with how the US majors have approached the energy transition. Members of Energy Intelligence’s corporate team discuss how the shareholder revolts will impact the strategies of the two oil giants individually and how the rapidly shifting tides will affect the broader sector.Hosted by: Casey Merriman, Editorial Director, Western Hemisphere and Luke Johnson, Deputy Editor, Oil Daily
    Tue, Jun 1, 2021
  • The two largest US oil companies recently unveiled fresh strategic approaches to the next several years that include limiting spending, slowing production growth and curbing emissions. It marks a significant departure from where these companies were just a year ago and reflects broader shifts in the industry. Members of the Competitive Intelligence team break down the changes in strategy and try to chart a path for where ‘Big Oil’ goes from here.
    Mon, Mar 29, 2021
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