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  • Gazprom is the world’s largest natural gas producer, and its core objective is to maintain European gas market share while expanding Chinese exports as an additional revenue stream. The company has a deep inventory of development projects to maintain its dominant gas supplier status in Europe, while the completed Power of Siberia pipeline and East Siberia field developments will supply the Chinese market. The company’s long-term challenge is to ensure these gas markets remain, despite an environment that is increasingly hostile toward the use of gas. Yet, Gazprom continues to rely on its operational resilience and is less engaged in energy transition adaptation and transformation strategies. The Russian NOC may need to accelerate new revenue diversification plans as a hedge for its gas-focused strategy. This could include seeking a greater role in Russia LNG, petchems or the emerging hydrogen economy.
    Mon, Jan 25, 2021
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  • The strategic divide between differing corporate responses to the energy transition is slow to narrow, even as firms across the industry spectrum roll out new low-carbon plans, targets and spending. The latest results of our Transition Strategy Index – expanded to cover 29 major oil and gas companies – show how companies are taking action to confront transition risks but remain far apart in their approaches. The Index analyses and assesses how companies are positioning for the energy transition – and which are most exposed to the challenges of accelerating global industry change. Attention is turning from formation of strategies to implementation efforts, with rising scrutiny of both European Majors’ bold transformational plans, and of other firms following more modest adaptation pathways. Companies’ financial resilience, eroded by Covid-19, is set to recover, and will help companies deliver on plans.
    Wed, Jan 26, 2022
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  • Exploration activity in 2023 is continuing on pace, with traditional regions experiencing an uptick in activity as well as frontier plays, as companies seek organic growth options. Mexico is experiencing a green patch with exploration successes by Eni and Wintershall Dea, and as operators aim to complete exploration license commitments that expire this year. The resumption of USGOM lease sales, despite earlier policy uncertainty, is providing confidence to regional operators and reigniting limited exploration activity. Several high-impact wells by TotalEnergies, Chevron, Eni, Shell and BP are anticipated in the Eastern Mediterranean through the second and third quarter of 2023.
    Wed, May 17, 2023
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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.
    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.
    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.
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