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  • Host governments have yet to seize upon higher oil prices and energy security concerns to advance a new wave of resource access opportunities, with a limited outlook for licensing rounds in H2’22. Regular annual rounds in Canada, Australia and Norway are expected to continue on pace, while regulatory uncertainty in the US continues to impact the offshore lease sale schedule and other rounds delayed by the pandemic have yet to launch. The exception may be Latin America, where direct negotiations and open rounds have continued to draw investor interest. Brazil successfully held a third cycle of its open round process, and a new open round cycle expected later this year that includes pre-salt acreage should attract existing operators. Guyana and Suriname have planned bid rounds, seizing upon increased investor interest as regional discoveries accumulate.
    Wed, Jun 8, 2022
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  • Exxon and Chevron are coming off their strongest year since the last oil boom, and with commodity prices again on the ascent the US giants are not shying away from growth. Energy Intelligence’s corporate strategy experts discuss what lies ahead for the two companies in the Permian Basin, and what impact a recent court ruling in the US might have for their activities in the Gulf of Mexico. Hosted by: Luke Johnson, Senior Reporter Panelist: Casey Merriman, Editorial Director, Western Hemisphere
    Wed, Feb 2, 2022
  • Casey Merriman, Western Hemisphere Editorial Director and Head of the Competitive Intelligence Service, interviews Vicki Hollub, President & Chief Executive Officer of Occidental at the 2021 Energy Intelligence Forum.Hosted by: Casey Merriman, Editorial Director, Western Hemisphere
    Fri, Oct 29, 2021
  • Oil and gas prices are at heights not seen in years as pressure on companies to ramp up their energy transition plans intensifies. We take a look at how investor priorities may be shifting in the current environment and how much leeway major operators will have in forming and executing their energy transition goals, as we explore some of the insights from the recently completed Energy Intelligence Forum. Hosted by: Casey Merriman, Editorial Director, Western Hemisphere and Luke Johnson, Deputy Editor, Oil Daily
    Fri, Oct 15, 2021
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