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23 May 2022

Corporate week in brief

Report summary

The Corporate Week in Brief report highlights the latest need-to-know events from the corporate global energy sector. It is a rolling document, continuously updated with our analysis and opinion on events impacting the sector. Coverage includes upstream, downstream, and new energies. Sources for the news stories include company press releases, industry events, press coverage, and our own research presentations and reports. Please bookmark this document as it will be republished continuously.

Table of contents

  • Woodside shareholders approve BHP Petroleum merger
  • Chevron announces CCS project in California
  • ExxonMobil to sell its Barnett shale portfolio for US$750 million
  • Sinopec moves forward on green hydrogen
  • BP announces plans for Texas Gulf Coast CCS project
  • Aramco delivers record quarterly results
  • Oxy’s momentum continues
  • TotalEnergies expands US Offshore wind portfolio
  • Expanded coverage... Corporate Resilience and Sustainability Indices (CoRSI)
  • Shell announces first Russia disposal
  • 2022 AGM shareholder resolution votes on a different track than last year
  • BP reportedly poised to enter green hydrogen mega-project
  • Equinor sells US$1 billion Norway asset package
  • Canada oil sands Q1 recap - earnings top Cdn$9 billion; Suncor responds to Elliott
  • PetroChina Q1 earnings restrained due to price subsidies
  • US independents Q1 results week 2: budget bumps and climbing cash
  • BP, Equinor and Shell round out the Majors’ Q1 reporting season
  • Chevron announces proposed JV at US Gulf Coast CCS project
  • ExxonMobil exits Romania
  • Shell makes US$1.55 billion renewables acquisition
  • Buybacks increased as Majors’ earnings soar
  • US Independents Q1 Earnings: gas producers focused on supplying LNG expansion
  • Activist investor comes at Suncor
  • Strong Q1 for CNOOC Ltd., Sinopec Corp subdued due to downstream
  • ExxonMobil upgrades Stabroekreserves to 11 billion boe
  • Petrobras sells Albacora Leste to PetroRio for US$2.2 billion
  • CNRL hits Cdn$100 billion market valuation milestone
  • CNOOC triggers upper circuit breaker on Shanghai market debut
  • Offshore wind: Europe’s leading companies
  • Alekperov steps down from LUKOIL
  • Santos outlines new capital management framework
  • US Independents' earnings preview
  • The Majors’ Q1 results preview – a record quarter for free cash flow?
  • CNOOC homeward-bound with Shanghai IPO
  • LUKOIL CEO sanctioned by the UK
  • Upstream mergers and acquisitions activity slows in Q1
  • Excelerate Energy IPO debut highlights US LNG momentum
  • Murphy Oil reaches first oil at King’s Quay
  • Equinor adds to resource base in Norway heartlands
  • Euro Majors form new offshore floating wind partnerships
  • Suncor's wind stops blowing but 2050 net zero on track
  • Capital budgets for 2022 to grow 18%
  • EQT upgraded back to investment grade
  • Chevron enters carbon offsets markets
  • TotalEnergies and Sempra expand North American strategic alliance
  • Cepsa outlines ‘Positive Motion’ strategy to transform its downstream business
  • Chinese NOCs report a strong 2021, energy security dominates 2022 outlook
    • Ørsted boosts IRRs through farm-down of 50% stake in giant 1.3 GW Hornsea 2
  • SEC proposes mandatory climate-related disclosures
  • TotalEnergies outlines its vision for 2050
  • Storm damage at CPC Black Sea oil terminal highlights risk for Majors in Kazakhstan
  • Oxy Low Carbon Ventures Investor Day
  • TotalEnergies outlines new steps in Russia
  • Eni boosting gas, reducing emissions, increasing distributions
  • Aramco's earnings more than double
  • OMV announces new net-zero target and plan to transition away from oil & gas
  • Eni and BP finalise new Angolan JV
  • Eni targets energy transition with green SPAC
  • OGCI expands partnership to eliminate methane emissions by 2030
  • Shell announces its complete withdrawal from Russia
  • Continental Resources invests in carbon capture
  • Wintershall Dea responds to Russia-Ukraine conflict
  • ExxonMobil’s 2022 Analyst Day
  • Chevron’s 2022 Investor Day recap
  • Capital budgets solidify growth in 2022
  • ExxonMobil to exit Sakhalin-1 in Russia
  • PETRONAS back in black, going green
  • Record bids in US offshore wind lease sale
  • Chevron agrees to acquire Renewable Energy Group for US$3.15 billion
  • BP to exit Rosneft shareholding
  • What next for oil and gas companies present in Russia?
  • US Independent results advance shareholder returns
  • ExxonMobil high-grades in Nigeria with a US$1.6 billion deal
  • TotalEnergies announces a giant oil discovery offshore Namibia
  • TotalEnergies announces fifth oil strike offshore Suriname
  • Tullow contingent payments: nothing gained, nothing lost?
  • US Independents' Q4 results – week 1
  • Eni floats Var Energi and reports soaring earnings
  • Repsol finishes the year on a high
  • TotalEnergies delivers record cash flow
  • TotalEnergies walks away from the North Platte project
  • World first for Santos, includes CO 2 storage in 2021 reserves statement
  • Equinor Q4 results: buyback boost
  • INPEX returns to profit in 2021, updates transition strategy
  • TotalEnergies adds to its US renewables business
  • BP Q4 results: soaring earnings, strategy update and guidance to 2030
  • Pioneer reinforces fortress balance sheet commitment
  • Low-carbon and hydrogen industrial hub alliance
  • 2022 capital budgets strengthen uptrend
  • Shell makes huge oil discovery offshore Namibia
  • Shell Q4 2021 results: back on the front foot
  • ConocoPhillips Q4 2021 results: VROC and roll
  • ExxonMobilQ4 2021 results: roaring back
  • Ørsted delivers 2021 earnings in line with guidance but offshore wind struggles
  • ExxonMobil unveils corporate restructuring
  • TotalEnergies sanctions Uganda’s Lake Albert oil development
  • Petrobras sells Potiguar cluster for US$1.38 billion
  • Chevron reports best year of free cash flow in its history
  • Hess beats Q4 earnings expectations and raises ’22 budget 42%
  • Chesapeake Energy acquires Chief Oil and Gas for US$2.6 billion
  • US independents' Q4 results preview
  • The Majors’ Q4 results preview
  • Woodside and Santos ride LNG spot wave
  • Adapt to the energy transition or go out of business
  • ExxonMobil announces net zero ambition
  • Euro Majors boost UK wind portfolios
  • Woodside moves closer to first hydrogen project
  • TotalEnergies and INPEX high-grade in Angola
  • Equinor downgrades reserves at Mariner
  • Enterprise acquires Navitas Midstream in US$3.25 billion deal
  • CNOOC Ltd 2022 Strategy Preview: Roaring into the year of the tiger
  • ExxonMobil strikes European biofuels deal
  • Pioneer Natural Resources sends bullish price signal
  • Repsol beefs up its Marcellus gas portfolio
  • Two new discoveries at the Stabroek Block
  • Expectations for Chevron and ExxonMobil to ramp Permian
  • Aker BP buys Lundin Energy to create 'super' Norwegian independent
  • Rosneft targets net zero by 2050 and outlines strategy out to 2030
  • Majors and NOCs beef up their Brazilian pre-salt portfolios
  • Budgets seeing a massive uptick
  • Shell boosts solar business with acquisition of Savion
  • Suncor and Cenovus budgets rise in 2022, both expect modest growth
  • ExxonMobil and PETRONAS exit Chad and Cameroon
  • EQT joins the US Independent buyback party
  • Woodside 2021 investor update: strategic refresh after transitional year
  • Shell makes another Perdido discovery, deepwater GoM
  • Santos and Oil Search complete merger
  • Equinor buys into battery storage
  • INPEX acquires stakes in Dutch offshore wind projects
  • Harbour Energy introduces dividend
  • ExxonMobil fills in more blanks on its low carbon strategy
  • Aramco agrees US$15.5 billion gas pipeline monetisation
  • ConocoPhillips' 2022 budget and outlook
  • Introducing Corporate Resilience and Sustainability Indices (CoRSI)
  • Shell walks away from Cambo
  • Petrobras unveils 2022-2026 strategy plan
  • Chevron increases buyback programme and releases 2022 capital budget
  • Lundin Energy rumoured to be considering a sale
  • Equinor exits Ireland
  • BP planning green hydrogen project in the UK
  • Exploration success for Russians
  • ExxonMobil sets its sights on scaling up sustainable algae biofuels production
  • Eni names retail and renewables business "Pl eni tude" ahead of 2022 IPO
  • ConocoPhillips and TotalEnergies acquire Hess' stake in Libya's Waha concessions
  • Woodside green lights Scarborough LNG
  • COP26 turns up the heat on corporates
  • Euro Majors and utilities look to floating offshore wind
  • TotalEnergies and Apache deliver mixed E&A results in Suriname
  • ExxonMobil boosts GOM shelf acreage in a potential CCS-linked move
  • Cairn begins share buyback
  • Woodside brings GIP aboard Pluto Train 2
  • Aker and BP sell 5% in Aker BP through private placement
  • Tullow increases Ghana interest
  • ExxonMobil sanctions Chinese petrochemicals investment
  • Sinopec chooses hydrogen to decarbonise transport
  • TotalEnergies and Daimler Truck ink decarbonisation agreement
  • US EPA methane regulation proposal
  • Repsol sells down its first operational onshore wind project
  • YPF and Ecopetrol unveil upbeat results
  • Australia CCS activity building as Santos, Woodside unveil plans
  • US independents Q3 results recap
  • Shell Ventures announces US$1.4 billion fund for investment in transition
  • CNRL, Cenovus and Suncor deleveraging
  • Eni buys another stake in UK offshore wind farm from Equinor and SSE
  • ExxonMobil exits Romania
  • Continental Resources enters the Permian Basin
  • BP Q3 2021 results
  • ConocoPhillips Q3 2021 results
  • Majors' results round-up - Q3 2021
  • Shell facing pressure from activist hedge fund to abandon transition strategy
  • Aramco's earnings soar
  • Q3 Results: CNOOC and PetroChina rally on higher prices, Sinopec faces headwinds
  • Midstream consolidation: are private equity companies ready for the next pivot?
  • Pemex and Petrobras continue recovery in Q3
  • US independents Q3 results – week 1
  • Eni considering IPO of Vår Energi
  • Aramco announces net zero ambition
  • US Independents - Q3 results preview
  • ExxonMobil eyes up US CCS Expansion
  • COP26: the impact on oil and gas companies’ strategies
  • The Majors’ Q3 results preview
  • UK government announces first two CCS clusters to receive funding
  • Russia closer to net zero commitment
  • CNOOC Ltd’s first attempt at floating wind
  • Oxy sells Ghana assets for US$750 million
  • Qatar Petroleum rebrands as QatarEnergy
  • Chevron sets net zero ambition
  • ExxonMobil starts to scale up its advanced recycling operations
  • PETRONAS sells Shah Deniz stake to LUKOIL for US$2.25 billion
  • Eni launches renewables IPO process
  • ExxonMobil upgrades Guyana resources to 10 billion boe
  • Saudi Aramco puts timeline on oil capacity expansion
  • TotalEnergies an anchor investor in the world’s largest clean hydrogen infrastructure fund
  • TotalEnergies’ 2021 Strategy and Outlook
  • CNOOC doubles down on the world’s largest deepwater field
  • Rosneft to collaborate with Majors on carbon reduction
  • Shell sells ‘core’ Permian position to ConocoPhillips for US$9.5 billion
  • CNOOC to raise capital in Mainland China
  • OGCI group targets net zero
  • Vattenfall boosts energy transition goals
  • CCS in the Houston Area gains early momentum
  • Stakeholders lay out net zero standards for oil and gas
  • Tullow’s last hope in Kenya?
  • BP to partner ADNOC and Masdar on clean energy initiatives
  • BP brings in renewables big hitter to lead gas and low carbon energy business
  • US Independents delivering on debt reduction
  • Chevron increases commitment to new energies
  • Guyana resources edge closer to 10 billion boe with latest strike
  • Chevron makes multiple announcements ahead of energy transition call
  • ExxonMobil to certify Permian natural gas
  • TotalEnergies strikes major cross-commodity deal in Iraq
  • Beneficiaries of gas price rally separated by hedge books
  • CNOOC announces first offshore CCS project
  • Eni discovers a whale offshore Cote d'Ivoire
  • Shell announces big expansion of ubitricity EV charging network
  • Sinopec Corp’s first half profits soar, bets big on hydrogen
  • PetroChina hits record earnings on price and demand recovery
  • Heavy derivative losses continue for US producers
  • Chevron, BP and Imperial Oil accelerate renewable fuels investments
  • CNOOC Ltd’s profits soar on higher oil price
  • Alaska court blocks ConocoPhillips' Willow project
  • Woodside and BHP agree to merge oil and gas businesses
  • Ecopetrol buys stake in ISA for US$3.6 billion
  • Chesapeake acquires Vine Energy
  • Saudi Aramco profits surge
  • Santos and Oil Search merge to create Australia's new leading E&P
  • US independents Q2 results, week 2: hedging headwinds, but cash still delivered
  • Record Q2 profitability for Latam NOCs
  • Raízen IPO puts a US$6 billion value on Shell’s Brazilian biofuels business
  • ConocoPhillips Q2 results: post-Concho earnings soar
  • BP rounds out positive Q2 earnings season for the Majors
  • Majors’ Q2 results
  • US Independents Q2 results, week 1
  • Oil Search accepts Santos' revised merger proposal
  • TotalEnergies and Equinor withdraw from Venezuelan extra-heavy oil project
  • Pemex’s improved earnings still far from ideal
  • US Independents' Q2 2021 results preview
  • Motiva suspends US$6.6 billion petrochemical expansion
  • Santos proposes Oil Search merger
  • The Majors’ Q2 2021 results preview
  • Majors submit bids for Scottish offshore wind leases
  • ExxonMobil and Shell sign CCUS MoUs in the UK
  • First term contract for carbon-neutral LNG signed by PetroChina and Shell
  • New large scale carbon capture facility announced by Shell
  • TotalEnergies signs US$750m GLNG infrastructure agreement with GIP
  • TotalEnergies and ExxonMobil join forces with industry to evaluate a French decarbonisation project
  • More exploration success in Ghana for Eni
  • Eni continues new energies diversification
  • Sinopec announces first Carbon Capture and Utilisation project
  • LUKOIL acquires in Mexico in the country’s largest upstream deal
  • Global M&A: H1 2021 highlights
  • Equinor signs blue hydrogen MoU with US Steel
  • Shell, EDF and Ørsted awarded New Jersey wind contracts
  • Sinopec divests mature, non-core Argentine assets
  • CNOOC Ltd’s deepwater gas drive
  • Petrobras exits Brazilian retail for US$2.3 billion
  • ExxonMobil rationalises its petrochemicals business
  • EQT raises the bar on ESG strategy
  • ConocoPhillips lays out updated ten-year plan
  • CNPC swaps drilling for Turkmen gas, looks to broader gas push
  • Chevron, TotalEnergies and Qatar Petroleum win offshore bids in Suriname
  • Devon Energy sets net-zero ambitions
  • Chevron, TotalEnergies and Qatar Petroleum win offshore bids in Suriname
  • BP reportedly looking at another upstream spin-off – this time Iraq
  • How likely is a Shell Permian sale?
  • Equinor accelerates shift towards new energy
  • Shell plans bold steps to reduce emissions in response to legal ruling
  • Oxy divests non-core Permian acreage for US$508 million
  • Rosneft sells a further 5% in Vostok Oil
  • A new Alliance: The Oil Sands Pathways to Net Zero Initiative
  • Equinor sells Danish refinery
  • Hess announces new discovery and appraisal results in Guyana
  • Suncor commits to a 2050 net-zero Scope 1 & 2 emissions target
  • BP boosts solar project pipeline with flurry of deals
  • Ørsted scales-up and broadens green ambitions
  • Repsol high-grades in South-Eastern Asia
  • Oil-hedging activity steady in Q1 as losses grow
  • More L48 shale gas consolidation
  • Big Oil gets (another) wake up call
  • Total gets shareholder approval for rebranding and transition strategy
  • Shell continues refining purge, sells Deer Park to Pemex
  • Cimarex and Cabot combine in merger of equals
  • Shell exits Philippines with sale of Malampaya gas fields
  • Eni and BP consider merging their Angolan portfolios
  • Total gets renewables boost in India
  • Proxy season for Big Oil – investor pressure on carbon continues to ratchet
  • Petrobras Q1 results: staying the course
  • Repsol retreats from Russia
  • Repsol enters the US renewables sector
  • US Independents Q1: week two earnings recap
  • Shell sells Puget Sound, shrinks downstream further
  • EQT Corp to acquire Alta Resources
  • Equinor enters Polish solar sector
  • Equinor secures price support for Polish wind projects
  • Saudi Aramco Q1 results rebound
  • Majors’ Q1 results round-up: corner turned?
  • US Independents Q1: week one earnings recap
  • Total enters offshore wind project in Taiwan
  • Progress towards net zero goal is highlight of Lundin results call
  • Total declares force majeure on Mozambique LNG project
  • Majors’ Q1 results preview
  • US Independents' Q1 results preview
  • EOG steps even further away from the US
  • ExxonMobil unveils giant Houston CCUS hub concept
  • Shell publishes Energy Transition Strategy
  • Shell and CNOOC start new petrochemicals units
  • Chevron backs Ocergy’s floating wind technology
  • Aramco strikes US$12.4 billion midstream deal
  • Equinor partners with SSE in UK low-carbon power proposals
  • ExxonMobil mulls the closure of its Slagen refinery in Norway
  • BP hits deleveraging target ahead of plan, trails share buybacks
  • Hess trims Bakken position with non-core disposal
  • Eni maintains outstanding exploration on Angola’s Block 15/06
  • Pioneer doubles down on the Permian
  • Oxy to construct and operate CO 2 capture facility at Rio Grande LNG
  • Sinopec Corp sets net zero ambition, looks to hydrogen leadership
  • Santos sanctions Barossa
  • Capital budgets finish strong as Q4 earnings wrap up
  • Ovintiv sells Eagle Ford asset for US$880 million
  • PetroChina and CNOOC Ltd pin hopes on more stability in Year of the Ox
  • Equinor and SSE consider another offshore wind sell-down
  • Saudi Aramco reports resilient 2020, looks to 2021 rebound
  • BP planning UK’s largest blue hydrogen project
  • Equinor to advance UK blue hydrogen plans
  • Q4 oil-hedging activity cuts into price upside
  • Murphy Oil monetizes King’s Quay floating production system
  • Vine Oil & Gas (VEI) IPO underperforms
  • Hess sells Denmark position to INEOS E&P AS for US$150 million
  • Eni looking to spin out new energies business?
  • Cairn re-positions to Egypt as Shell offloads assets
  • ConocoPhillips resumes share repurchase program
  • PETRONAS looks to Abu Dhabi for future energy cooperation
  • Chevron reveals plan for higher returns and lower carbon
  • ExxonMobil outlines distinctive energy transition strategy
  • Chevron invests in geothermal and biomass start-ups
  • US-focused E&Ps and Latin American NOCs boost capex outlook
  • Q4 US Independent earnings season recap
  • ExxonMobil’s proven reserves hit hard by falling prices and activity
  • ExxonMobil sells UK asset package for more than US$1 billion
  • Oxy awards FEED for its CO 2 Direct Air Capture project in the Permian
  • Total sells down French wind and solar assets
  • Petrobras CEO to be replaced as political pressure mounts
  • 2021 capital budgets continue their rise
  • Eni's absolute net zero target steals headlines on results and strategy day
  • Shell and Ovintiv exit Canada's Duvernay in separate deals
  • US Lower 48 earnings – deep freeze delays,naturalgas spikes and the first variable dividend
  • Equinor and ENGIE look to European blue hydrogen
  • Repsol stresses resilience in its Q4 results
  • Santos and Woodside look ahead to a more positive 2021
  • Shell reinforces its vision for Big Energy through the transition
  • ExxonMobil to shut its Altona oil refinery in Australia
  • Equinor emphasises capital discipline in Q4 2020 results
  • Petrobras will sell its second largest refinery to Mubadala for US$1.65 billion
  • Total announces rebranding to TotalEnergies in its Q4 results
  • Qatar Petroleum sanctions largest LNG project in history
  • BP and Total bid big on UK offshore wind
  • Chevron announces offer to acquire Noble Midstream Partners
  • BP and Rosneft to collaborate on carbon management
  • ExxonMobil, Shell and BP make combined US$64 billion loss in 2020
  • 2021 capital budgets inch up into positive territory
  • Total builds critical mass in the US solar sector
  • ConocoPhillips Q4 earnings: rising Concho synergies and reiterated discipline
  • ExxonMobil creates Low Carbon Solutions business unit
  • BP sells 20% stake in Khazzan: desperate times call for desperate measures
  • ExxonMobil and Chevron reportedly held merger talks early last year
  • Chevron reports mixed Q4 results
  • Petrobras and ExxonMobil make wildcat pre-salt discovery
  • Lundin brings its net zero target forward to 2025
  • BlackRock increases climate pressures
  • Hess exploration budget remains strong as ever
  • Chesapeake Energy’s emergence from bankruptcy
  • Capital budgets seeing no bounce-back in 2021
  • Shell buys EV charging company ubitricity
  • Eni buys Iberian energy retail business
  • Biden Admin halts new federal drilling permits
  • US Independents Q4 earnings preview
  • A look ahead to the Majors' Q4 results
  • Kosmos deepwater GoM exploration success
  • Lightsource bp expands solar business in Spain
  • Total to acquire a 20% stake in the world's largest solar developer
  • Total expands into the US solar market
  • Chevron announces Series C investment in Carbon Capture start-up
  • Total and Apache make fourth strike in Suriname
  • Total inks French green hydrogen agreement with Engie
  • Total makes French biogas acquisition
  • ExxonMobil publishes 2021 Energy & Carbon Summary report
  • Devon-WPX and Cenovus-Husky deals close
  • Eni boost as Mahani comes onstream in Sharjah Emirate

Tables and charts

This report includes 78 images and tables including:

  • Low-carbon hydrogen project pipeline by project status (risked*)
  • US Independents: change in capex and inflation expectations
  • Renewables portfolios
  • Q1 2022 hedging losses for gas-focused producers
  • Q1 2022 net income performance for Sinopec Corp and CNOOC
  • CNOOC share prices on Hong Kong and Shanghai Exchanges
  • 2022 hedge activity
  • Quarterly oil and gas prices and refining margins
  • The Majors' quarterly reported free cash flow
  • CNOOC Ltd. share price has underperformed
  • LUKOIL international portfolio NAV
  • Global M&A – Q1 2022
  • 2022 vs 2021: upstream capital budget evolution by peer group
  • Net Income
  • Capex
  • TotalEnergies' vision for 2050
  • Kazakhstan upstream NPV by company
  • Chevron 2022 Investor Day
  • 2022 vs 2021: changes in upstream capex by peer group
  • Price assumptions are inflating but remain >US$30/bbl below spot prices
  • Chevron - Renewable Energy Group
  • Russia upstream exposure: WM estimate of NAV and share of total upstream NAV in Russia
  • US Independent 2021 sources and uses of cash (US $ billions)
  • Hydrogen milestones from 2021 to today by alliance members
  • 2021 vs 2022: upstream capital budget evolution by peer group
  • The evolution of ExxonMobil's organisational structure
  • Petrobras: lifting cost evolution by resource theme
  • 2021 vs 2022: realized and guidance upstream capex for US-domiciled companies
  • CNOOC Ltd share price has underperformed relative to peers
  • Winning bids in Brazil's second surplus transfer of rights round
  • 2022 vs 2021: top 10 increases to upstream capital budgets
  • WoodMac estimates for net commercial renewables generation capacity
  • Santos & Oil Search combined portfolio
  • Shell Pre-FID portfolio: WoodMac modelling vs. Shell hurdle rates and expected average IRR
  • Highlights from ExxonMobil's Corporate Plan Update
  • Five-year budget up almost 25% but 2022 budget flat
  • Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero* to finance the energy transition
  • Net income evolution for Latin American NOCs
  • Oil sands debt reduction
  • Gas production ratio of the total production
  • Net income evolution for Petrobras and Pemex
  • Quarterly oil and gas prices and refining markets
  • Repsol's upgraded low carbon ambitions
  • EV:trailing 12-month EBITDA multiple
  • TotalEnergies' Strategy Update
  • Top gas producers - percent hedged
  • 2021 estimated oil and gas derivative losses by operator
  • Majors new energy acquisitions
  • Net income evolution for Latin American NOCs
  • Adjusted earnings Q2 2021 versus Q2 2020 and Q2 2019
  • Summary of quarterly prices and refining margins
  • LNG carbon intensity and emissions per cargo (example cargo delivered to Japan)
  • M&A H1 2021 deal count by region
  • PBR divestment: cumulative deal count (2015 to present)
  • Scope 1 and 2 oil sands emissions
  • Suncor emissions
  • Monthly summary of oil hedge volumes and price
  • BP, Eni combined entitlement production, Angola
  • Wood Mackenzie estimate of wind, solar and hydro power capacity
  • Investor motions on climate-related risk and carbon emissions targets, 2017-2020
  • Summary of quarterly prices and refining margins
  • Hess operated production on the divested acreage
  • Global upstream spend evolution
  • Fraction of 2021 oil production hedged by company
  • February 22-26: capital budget announcements
  • Top movers: year-on-year change in upstream budgets
  • Top 10 upstream budgets in 2021 and corresponding 2019/2020 spend
  • Chesapeake valuation sensitivities
  • Change in upstream capital budgets relative to pre/post-crash estimates

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