Most integrated gas players are experiencing earnings pressure from the 2020 down cycle in gas prices. To become more resilient, companies will need to explore portfolio optimization. Here’s how.
Oil & Gas Insights
With the industry at a crossroads, operators need to move quickly to rethink strategy, build new capabilities, and transform their businesses.
As oil and gas companies respond to the current economic discontinuities, they must choose where and how to compete as the world transitions to a low-carbon future.
COVID-19 sent shocks through global oil markets, with oil demand and supply still struggling to return to pre-pandemic levels. Our outlook looks back at 2020 and presents our most-likely scenarios for oil demand, supply, and prices through 2040.
While we saw high levels of volatility in 2020, the outlook for gas and LNG shows strong growth, resilience, and changing expectations for emissions amid widespread carbon-neutrality aspirations.
The Global Energy Perspective describes our view on how the energy transition can unfold, through four scenarios.
The success of Indonesia’s energy sector will depend on how the sector reimagines itself—and how public and private leaders address fundamental long-term challenges.
Price and demand pressures in the oil and gas sector make the potential value embedded in advanced connectivity for exploration and production more important than ever.
With M&A activity rising, how can unconventionals producers ensure that their strategic moves create value?
Senior Vice President of Integration Jone Hess discusses his experience leading the integration planning and execution of one of the largest oil and gas transactions in recent years.