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28 июля, 16:25

National Oilwell (NOV) Q2 Loss in Line, Revenues Miss Mark

National Oilwell's (NOV) Q2 loss per share was in line with estimates but narrower than the prior-year quarter due to cost-control measures and rising momentum in the U.S. land market.

28 июля, 16:15

Cabot (COG) Misses Q2 Earnings, Beats Revenue Estimates

Increased costs led to the lower-than-expected second-quarter earnings of Cabot (COG).

27 июля, 17:49

Suncor (SU) Misses Earnings and Revenue Estimates in Q2

Increased costs led to the weaker-than-expected second-quarter results of Suncor Energy (SU)

27 июля, 17:07

Helmerich & Payne (HP) Q3 Loss Lower Than Expected, Sales Top

Helmerich & Payne (HP) delivered solid Q3 results on the back of improving momentum in the North American land market along with increased margins in the offshore and international markets.

27 июля, 16:19

TechnipFMC (FTI) Beats Earnings and Revenue Estimates in Q2

TechnipFMC (FTI) delivered solid Q2 results on the back of steady project executions along with increased focus on efficiencies.

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26 июля, 19:46

Why Seadrill Ltd (SDRL) Shares Are Plummeting Today

In this announcement, Seadrill Ltd said that it is expecting to face “substantial impairment” or conversion of its bonds. The company also notes that there will likely be impairments and losses for those with a stake in its business, which isn’t good for SDRL stock. As a result of these issues, Seadrill Ltd says that those that own SDRL stock are unlikely to see much in the way of recovery from their shares.

26 июля, 14:58

McDermott (MDR) Lags Q2 Earnings and Revenue, Stock Falls

McDermott International Inc. (MDR) shares declined after it missed estimates in Q2 owing to escalating costs. This broke the company's stellar track record of estimate beats in the last 10 quarters.

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26 июля, 12:35

Seadrill warns again of Chapter 11 as extends $14 billion debt talks

Offshore drilling contractor Seadrill (SDRL.OL) again delayed restructuring its $14 billion (£10.75 billion) in debt and liabilities on Wednesday and reiterated that Chapter 11 bankruptcy was likely. Once the biggest offshore rig firm by market value and the crown jewel in the business empire of Norwegian billionaire John Fredriksen, Seadrill shares have fallen 99 percent from a September 2013 peak. "(Seadrill) has reached an agreement with its bank group to extend the comprehensive restructuring plan negotiating period until Sept. 12," the firm said in a statement, pushing back a previous July 31 deadline and the latest of several delays.

25 июля, 15:03

Core Laboratories (CLB) Q2 Earnings Top Estimates, Sales Lag

Core Laboratories N.V. (CLB) surpassed earnings estimates in the second quarter due to higher operating income and revenues in the product enhancement segment.

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21 июля, 16:43

Implied Volatility Surging for SeaDrill (SDRL) Stock Options

Investors in SeaDrill Limited (SDRL) need to pay close attention to the stock based on moves in the options market lately.

21 июля, 16:28

Encana's (ECA) Q2 Earnings & Revenues Top Estimates, Up Y/Y

Improvement in the top line, successful cost cutting initiatives and higher realized prices resulted in Encana's (ECA) better-than-expected earnings in Q2.

20 июля, 17:52

Transocean Secures Quadrant Energy Contract in Australia

Transocean (RIG) received a contract from Australia's Quadrant for drilling in offshore Western Australia.

19 июля, 16:25

Eni (E) Receives Permit to Restart Operations at Val d'Agri

Eni (E) restarts operations at Val d'Agri Oil Center. Receives permit from the Regional Council of the Basilicata Region and reiterates commitment to safety.

19 июля, 16:05

Is it the Right Time to Get Rid of Denbury Resources (DNR)?

Denbury is struggling with declining proved oil and gas reserves, which might affect its production.

19 июля, 00:10

Oil & Gas Stock Roundup: Deals from Shell, Halcon & Abraxas

Supermajor Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) as well as producers Halcon Resources (HK) and Abraxas Petroleum (AXAS) announced separate deals to offload major chunk of non-core holdings.

14 июля, 16:03

SeaDrill Wins Exploration & Drilling Contract from Statoil

SeaDrill Limited (SDRL) was recently awarded a contract by Statoil Brasil Oleo e Gas, a unit of integrated energy player Statoil ASA (STO), for SeaDrill's drillship, West Saturn, in the Statoil-operated BM-S-8 license in Brazil's prolific Santos basin.

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10 июля, 19:29

Can Seadrill Ltd (SDRL) Stock Make It Through These Rough Waters?

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07 июля, 16:55

Is Seadrill Ltd. (SDRL) a Suitable Pick for Value Investors?

Let's put Seadrill Limited (SDRL) stock into this equation and find out if it is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now.

07 июля, 16:55

Is Seadrill Ltd. (SDRL) a Suitable Pick for Value Investors?

Let's put Seadrill Limited (SDRL) stock into this equation and find out if it is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now.

06 июля, 21:11

5 Energy Stocks to Turn It Around in Q3

We have identified 5 energy companies that are bargain buys now, as at least 15% drop in their share prices year-to-date make them come at great discounts.

01 сентября 2016, 08:01

bloomberg.com: Впервые с 1947 года. Разведка новых месторождений на минимуме

В 2015 году открыто новых месторождений в 10 раз меньше, чем в среднем в 60-е годы прошлого столетия, сообщает агентство Bloomberg. Вполне вероятно, что в этом году их будет еще меньше.Источник: Bloomberg.comНа фоне двукратного падения цен на нефть, компании в целях выживания сокращали расходы на разведку новых месторождений. Как результат в 2015 году было обнаружено 2,7 млрд. баррелей новых запасов, что является наименьшим показателем с 1947 года, согласно данным консалтинговой фирмы Wood Mackenzie Ltd. По данным на конец прошлого месяца в этом году было найдено только 736 млн. баррелей нефти.Общемировые расходы на разведку новых месторождений сократились со 100 млрд. долларов в 2014 году до 40 млрд. долларов в текущем, сообщает вице-президент Wood Mackenzie Ltd. Эндрю Латам. Забегая вперед, по его мнению, компании не увеличат данные затраты аж до конца 2018 года.За август текущего года было пробурено только 209 новых скважин, в 2015 году – 680, в 2014 году – 1167.Источник: Bloomberg.comДля обеспечения спроса нефтяным компаниям необходимо ежегодно инвестировать до 1 трлн. долларов, заявил CEO Royal Dutch Shell Plc. По его ожиданиям мировой спрос будет ежегодно увеличиваться на 1-1,5 млн. баррелей в сутки, в то время как предложение снижаться на 5%.Таким образом, мир в ближайшие несколько лет может столкнуться с существенным дефицитом нефти.http://investbrothers.ru/2016/08/30/oil_exploration/Другая статистика:Общемировое количество буровых вышек http://investbrothers.ru/world_rig_countДобыча сланцевой нефти http://investbrothers.ru/shale_oil/Баланс спроса и предложения на рынке нефти http://investbrothers.ru/баланс-спроса-и-предложения-на-рынке-н/ August 30, 2016 Oil Discoveries at 70-Year Low Signal Supply Shortfall Ahead http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-08-29/oil-discoveries-at-a-70-year-low-signal-a-supply-shortfall-aheadExplorers in 2015 discovered only about a tenth as much oil as they have annually on average since 1960. This year, they’ll probably find even less, spurring new fears about their ability to meet future demand.With oil prices down by more than half since the price collapse two years ago, drillers have cut their exploration budgets to the bone. The result: Just 2.7 billion barrels of new supply was discovered in 2015, the smallest amount since 1947, according to figures from Edinburgh-based consulting firm Wood Mackenzie Ltd. This year, drillers found just 736 million barrels of conventional crude as of the end of last month.That’s a concern for the industry at a time when the U.S. Energy Information Administration estimates that global oil demand will grow from 94.8 million barrels a day this year to 105.3 million barrels in 2026. While the U.S. shale boom could potentially make up the difference, prices locked in below $50 a barrel have undercut any substantial growth there.New discoveries from conventional drilling, meanwhile, are “at rock bottom,” said Nils-Henrik Bjurstroem, a senior project manager at Oslo-based consultants Rystad Energy AS. “There will definitely be a strong impact on oil and gas supply, and especially oil.”Global inventories have been buoyed by full-throttle output from Russia and OPEC, which have flooded the world with oil despite depressed prices as they defend market share. But years of under-investment will be felt as soon as 2025, Bjurstroem said. Producers will replace little more than one in 20 of the barrels consumed this year, he said.Global spending on exploration, from seismic studies to actual drilling, has been cut to $40 billion this year from about $100 billion in 2014, said Andrew Latham, Wood Mackenzie’s vice president for global exploration. Moving ahead, spending is likely to remain at the same level through 2018, he said.Exploration is easier to scratch than development investments because of shorter supplier-contract commitments. This year, it will make up about 13 percent of the industry’s spending, down from as much as 18 percent historically, Latham said.The result is less drilling, even as the market downturn has driven down the cost of operations. There were 209 wells drilled through August this year, down from 680 in 2015 and 1,167 in 2014, according to Wood Mackenzie. That compares with an annual average of 1,500 in data going back to 1960.10-Year EffectTen years down the line, when the low exploration data being seen now begins to hinder production, it will have a “significant potential to push oil prices up," Bjurstroem said.“Exploration activity is among the easiest things to regulate, to take up and down," Statoil ASA Chief Executive Officer Eldar Saetre said Monday in an interview at the ONS Conference in Stavanger, Norway. “It’s not necessarily the right way to think. We need to keep a long-term perspective and maintain exploration activity through downturns as well, and Statoil has."The Norwegian company will drill “a significant number” of wells in the Barents Sea over the next two to three years, exploration head Tim Dodson said Tuesday at the same conference. Given current levels of investment across the industry and decline rates at existing fields, a “significant” supply gap may open up by 2040, he said.Oil prices at about $50 a barrel remain at less than half their 2014 peak, as a glut caused by the U.S. shale boom sent prices crashing. When the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries decided to continue pumping without limits in a Saudi-led strategy designed to increase its share of the market, U.S. production retreated to a two-year low.Global benchmark Brent advanced 0.6 percent to $49.57 a barrel at 2:12 p.m. in London on Tuesday.Price Spike“Considering the reduction in the prices, you have to be looking to every dollar you are spending,” Pedro Parente, CEO of Petroleo Brasileiro SA, said Tuesday in an interview outside Stavanger. "It can’t continue forever, because then what we’ll see is a spike in prices in the future.”Kristin Faeroevik, managing director for the Norwegian unit of Lundin Petroleum AB, a Stockholm-based driller that’s active in Norway, said it will take "five to eight years probably before we see the impact" on production from the current cutbacks. In the meantime, he said, "that creates opportunities for some.”Oil companies will need to invest about $1 trillion a year to continue to meet demand, said Ben Van Beurden, the CEO of Royal Dutch Shell Plc, during a panel discussion at the Norway meeting. He sees demand rising by 1 million to 1.5 million barrels a day, with about 5 percent of supply lost to natural declines every year.Less RiskPersistently low prices mean that even when explorers invest in finding new resources, they are taking less risk, Bjurstroem said. They are focusing on appraisal wells on already-discovered fields and less on frontier areas such as the Arctic, where drilling and developing any discovery is more expensive. Shell and Statoil, among the world’s biggest oil companies, abandoned exploration in Alaska last year.“Traditionally, it’s the big companies that have had the means to gamble, and they might be the ones that have cut the most,” Bjurstroem said.Overall, the proportion of new oil that the industry has added to offset the amount it pumps has dropped from 30 percent in 2013 to a reserve-replacement ratio of just 6 percent this year in terms of conventional resources, which excludes shale oil and gas, Bjurstroem predicted. Exxon Mobil Corp. said in February that it failed to replace at least 100 percent of its production by adding resources with new finds or acquisitions for the first time in 22 years.“That’s a scary thing because, seriously, there is no exploration going on today,” Per Wullf, CEO of offshore drilling company Seadrill Ltd., said by phone.