Brent fell $3.25/bbl last week to average $71.64/bbl.
Today’s Forty Under 40 honoree is Bradley Epstein, a Citigroup director who has been a part of numerous transactions in “the changing landscape of MLPs and midstream infrastructure companies.”
Brent crude oil dropped below $70 a barrel on Nov. 9 for the first time since April.
Voters in Colorado, Washington and Arizona this week rejected efforts to curb oil and gas usage, but new battles loom. Also, Vantage Energy agreed to buy QEP Resources’ Williston Basin foothold.
Jimmy Crain, partner of EnCap Investments and a member of the leadership team at the private-equity firm’s Dallas office, is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree.
Colorado’s Proposition 112 and Washington State’s Initiative 1631 falter.
High inventories and rising natural gas prices are pressuring NGL prices and margins.
With the proper tools and knowledge, producers gain the edge, say panelists at Hart Energy's Executive Oil Conference in Midland, Texas.
Today’s Forty Under 40 honoree is Jason Craig, managing director at Denham Capital who said his goal is to help bring the private-equity provider into what he calls the “post- resource-grab era.”
Increasing dependence on digital technologies makes the industry more vulnerable to hackers seeking cash.
U.S. sanctions on Iran and OPEC’s lack of spare capacity are worries shaping outlook of oil price swings.