Regulation - Exclusives

Investors are concerned about the impact of new Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on the country's energy reform. (Source: Shutterstock, Hart Energy)
Crude Oil

Mexico Energy Reform: Potential Dispute Settlement Mechanisms

New presidency throws the country’s reform into uncertainty for investors.

Julissa Reynoso, Marcelo Blackburn, Michael Fernández & Rodolfo Herrera-Moro, Winston & Strawn LLP

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Natural Gas

Appalachian Challenges, Opportunities Highlight ABGPA Fall Conference

From severance taxes to future natural gas uses, speakers at the Appalachian Basin GPA Midstream Association conference tackled the tough issues of the region.

ElizaBeth De Maagd

Frac Spread: Prices Rise But Margins Are Squeezed
Crude Oil

Frac Spread: Prices Rise But Margins Are Squeezed

Soaring natural gas prices outpace increases in NGL; crude’s decline is linked to trader worries about an economic slowdown.

Joseph Markman

Natural Gas

Natural Gas Companies Plug Leaks, Easily Surpass 2025 Goal

An alliance of natural gas companies representing 10% of U.S. production and 32% of midstream transmission lines surpassed its goal of capturing methane emissions.

Darren Barbee

Regulation

Producers Fight For The Climate

Global scientists and the U.N. have spoken. Governments must follow, but their policies are lagging.

Leslie Haines

HEADLINES: Oil Prices’ Bumpy Ride
Construction

HEADLINES: Oil Prices’ Bumpy Ride

Meanwhile, natural gas prices made a spectacular climb plus OPEC considers production cuts, TransCanada reviews Keystone XL decision and Weatherford stock drops below $1.

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Regulation

HEADLINES: Ballot Battle Duds; Williston’s New Player

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.

Voters Prop Up Industry, But Future Ballot Battles Likely
Construction

Voters Prop Up Industry, But Future Ballot Battles Likely

Colorado’s Proposition 112 and Washington State’s Initiative 1631 falter.

Joseph Markman

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Crude Oil

HEADLINES: Billion-Dollar Deals; Production Surge; Election Effect

Chesapeake Energy and Encana made headlines this week with multibillion-dollar acquisitions. Also, crude oil and natural gas production hit new records and the industry is watching initiatives on the ballot in Colorado and Washington state next week.

Energy Exports: Have Product, Will Travel
Crude Oil

Energy Exports: Have Product, Will Travel

An abundance of supply and a superior refining sector have positioned the U.S. well in the global energy trade. But threats to export success, both foreign and domestic, loom.

Joseph Markman

Acquisitions & Divestitures

HEADLINES: Midstream, Upstream Deals; Alaska Project Gets Approval

Also, why Mexico's president-elect criticized Pemex and a private company consortium expects to win the lease for a wind farm offshore California.

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Regulation

How Trade Issues Impact Energy Deals

Three experts discuss how the implications of the USMCA and other trade policy developments will affect deals and investments as well as litigation and international arbitration.

Ellen Chang

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