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What Does It Cost To Complete A Well In Alberta?
Higher commodity prices in Canada are driving a renewed focus on completing wells in Alberta, following a huge increase in the number of drilled but uncompleted wells (DUCs) over the past three years.
Statoil Joins Shell And Other Foreign Companies In Exiting Canadian Projects
Norway’s oil and gas powerhouse Statoil ASA has finalized its exit from the Canadian oilsands and is by no means alone in a list of high-profile internationally-based operators to agree a sale of Canadian upstream assets during the past 12 months.
Low-Cost Light Oil Production Drives Viking M&A Deals
Low-cost light oil production is the key factor driving dramatic and sustained volumes of M&A activity within Canada’s high-profile Viking formation.
Why Horizontal Cardium Wells Cost Less To Drill In 2017
The cost to drill, case and complete a horizontal well in Alberta’s prolific Cardium formation dropped significantly this year compared to the prior winter drilling season.
Marcellus Shale Sees Massive Resurgence In M&A Activity
There was nearly eight times more invested in asset and corporate acquisitions in the Marcellus shale in 2016 than 2015.
68% Of Canadian Oil & Gas Companies Will Spend More In 2017
Following more than a year of cost cutting and spending reductions, early 2017 guidance in the Canadian oil and gas sector suggests that we will see a rebound in activity over the next twelve months.
Upstream M&A In Canada Exceeds Cdn$1.5 Billion In November 2016
The value of November’s announced M&A deals in the Canadian E&P sector totalled just over Cdn$1.5 billion – a sum almost identical to the equivalent total recorded in October.
The 10 Largest Upstream Impairments Recorded In U.S. Oil & Gas In 2016
ExxonMobil, in what would be a significant change in accounting policy, may soon officially concede that 3.6 bn barrels of oil-sand reserves in Canada and 1bn barrels of other North American reserves are currently not profitable to produce.
Global Upstream Oil And Gas M&A Hits $24.1 Billion In Q3 2016
In Q3 2016, there was $24.1 billion of new upstream oil and gas M&A deals. This quarter's total deal value falls just short of the $26.5 billion spend in Q2 2016, but marks an increase compared with the $17.7 billion spend in Q3 2015.
U.S. Oil And Gas Production Growth Stalls As Companies Cut Cap-Ex By 57% Since 2014
U.S. oil and gas companies spent 57% less on cap-ex in Q2 2016 compared to the end of 2014 on a rolling 12 month basis – and this is finally having a material impact on production.
Why Europe Is Pivotal To LNG Growth
Europe will play a pivotal role in the performance of LNG markets globally amid ongoing concerns over gas over-supply, reduced demand in some quarters and pressure on prices.
More Montney Assets Hit Market In Wake Of Seven Generations’ CDN $1.9bn Deal
Two Canadian producers are seeking to capitalize on the enduring pulling power of the Montney play by putting assets up for sale, according to CanOils’ newest report focused on M&A activity in August.
Do We Need To Re-think UK Energy Policy?
The future shape of the UK’s energy market – including sources of domestic supply and pricing strategies – is subject to a new inquiry launched yesterday.
Brexit Latest: Disentangling Energy Policy After UK Votes To Leave EU
UK energy policy has become rather entangled in the dramatic reorganization of government that has taken place since the nation opted out of the European Union.
Canadian Upstream Oil & Gas M&A Finally Takes Off Again In June 2016
In June 2016, the total value of announced M&A deals in the Canadian E&P sector totalled Cdn$2.7 billion, according to CanOils' new report that looks at all upstream deals involving Canadian E&P companies in June.
Nigeria’s Oil Export Woes, Attacks On Majors And Why Merger Deals Have Virtually Halted
Oil production has fallen dramatically and acquisition deals have ground to a virtual halt so far in 2016 in Nigeria, as the country continues to grapple with militant attacks on energy installations.
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