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US Upstream week in brief: President-elect Trump and US energy

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17 November 2016

US Upstream week in brief: President-elect Trump and US energy

Report summary

The results of last week's presidential election leave many speculating on the implications for the US energy industry. A Republican administration led by President-elect Trump likely means a return to a heightened scrutiny of foreign participation in the US oil and gas sector, and yet a possible return to more pro-industry policies circa the Bush administration. This week, we analyze and examine the key potential impacts of a Trump presidency on the following sectors: Deewater GoM: will royalty rates rise? Alaska: will new areas be opened up to drilling? Infrastructure: what will happen with Keystone XL? Gas markets: will changes in supply be material to prices?

Table of contents

  • What does a President-elect Trump mean for the US energy space?
  • Top story of the week: President-elect Donald J. Trump
  • Number of the week
  • US oil & gas dashboard

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  • Key pipelines
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  • Share price performance, crude oil & gas inventories, horizontal rig count stats
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