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ExxonMobil’s double strike offshore Guyana: Corporate week in brief

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Report summary

Lead stories: double strike pushes new Guyana oil province towards 2 billion boe. Macro: Brent volatile as traders look for clues of falling supply; oil and gas struggle to find direction. Companies: Petrobras headlines a bumper week for 2017 E&P budgets; PTTEP’s growth hit by investment cuts; the challenges facing Tullow’s new CEO; Premier’s new debt package will support an improving cash flow outlook; private equity backers to sell a 7.75% stake in Kosmos. M&A: off to a strong start in 2017 – Total consolidates in Uganda, Anadarko sells out of the Eagle Ford and activity continues in the Permian. Other: YFP boosted by Argentine gas price agreement.

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Table of contents

  • Macro: Brent, oil and gas shares
  • Lead stories: Guyana
  • Companies: 2017 E&P budgets, Petrobras, Hess, PTTEP, Tullow, Premier, Kosmos
  • M&A: Total, Anadarko, Permian M&A
  • Exploration: ConocoPhillips
  • Other: Argentina

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  • 2017 capital guidance announced last week
  • 2017 production guidance announced last week

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