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  • Insight

    Continental and Mediterranean Europe upstream: 2017 in review

    • 19 January 2018

    In this report, we discuss the what's happened in the upstream sector across Continental and Mediterranean Europe.

    $1,350.00

    Summary

    It was a mixed year for the upstream industry across Continental & Mediterranean Europe (CME). Overall, licence awards were down resulting in a 70% drop in awarded acreage versus 2016, although Majors did move into some potentially high-impact areas. Exploration and appraisal drilling was flat, with both positive and negative results across the frontier plays. Governments across Europe took different approaches to try and attract future investment which led to a very strategic FID in Denmark. M&A activity once again was high, with some large deals struck by the Majors as they rationalise portfolios. In this report, we discuss the what's happened in the upstream sector across Continental and Mediterranean Europe. We cover the UK and Norway in separate reports.

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      Continental and Mediterranean Europe upstream: 2017 in review

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  • Insight

    Majors’ Renewables Project Tracker

    • 22 February 2018

    The Majors’ Renewables Project Tracker allows you to track the renewables portfolios and strategies of the seven Major oil companies.

    $1,350.00

    Summary

    The Majors are still at the early stages of moving beyond their core legacy oil and gas operations into renewables. The transition will require huge investment in a range of asset classes and will play out over decades. The Majors’ Renewables Project Tracker is a new addition to the Corporate Service. It allows you to track the renewables portfolios and strategies of the seven Major oil companies as this energy transition unfolds. The companies covered are ExxonMobil, Shell, BP, Chevron, Total, Eni and Statoil.

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      Feb 2018_Majors_renewables_project_tracker_update.xlsx

      XLSX 113.58 KB

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      Majors’ Renewables Project Tracker

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      Majors’ Renewables Project Tracker

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  • Asset report

    Eagle Ford key play

    • 20 October 2017

    A detailed analysis of the Eagle Ford built from the well level up.

    $13,500.00

    Summary

    The Eagle Ford stands out as an institution of tight oil development. Throughout the downturn, the Eagle Ford remained the single largest contributing play to US tight oil supply, and it has remained resilient in the face of continued price volatility. Our Eagle Ford key play report has been updated to reflect our latest views on production, costs, well productivity and company performance. In the attached slide pack, we break the Eagle Ford into nine sub-play areas. To find out what is driving changes in well performance, efficiencies and value, please see the PowerPoint and Excel file in the downloads section for a full update.

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      Eagle Ford Key Play October 2017.pdf

      PDF 6.42 MB

    • Document

      Eagle Ford Type Curve Review June 2017.pdf

      PDF 5.83 MB

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      Eagle Ford Key Play October 2017.xlsx

      XLSX 2.13 MB

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      Eagle Ford Type Curve Review June 2017.xlsx

      XLSX 489.36 KB

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      Eagle Ford key play

      ZIP 13.89 MB

  • Commodity market report

    Global copper short-term outlook February 2018

    • 28 February 2018

    February proved to be a volatile month for copper, with prices swayed by movements in the US dollar and significant nervousness in equities

    $1,350.00

    Summary

    February proved to be a volatile month for copper, with prices swayed by movements in the US dollar coupled with significant nervousness in equity markets. This was despite a Chinese market that was in wind down mode ahead of the Lunar New Year break that took place between the 15th and 21st February. The latest macro-economic indicators suggest that the underlying global economy remains in good health. This should translate into refined copper consumption growth of 2.1% in 2018 and an average of around 2.0% over 2019 and 2020. Copper concentrate availability benefitted from a quiet Chinese market, production problems at smelters in Asia and rising mine supply at Grasberg. The result of higher Indonesian production was the emergence of a two-tier spot market between miners and traders, with sales of elevated precious metals-bearing material incurring higher TCRCs.

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      Global copper short-term outlook data tables February 2018.xls

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      Global copper short-term outlook February 2018

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      Global copper short-term outlook February 2018

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  • Commodity market report

    North America coal long-term outlook H2 2017: The last rally?

    • 18 December 2017

    US coal demand declines while coal prices remain flat as natural gas and renewables erode coal generation.

    $6,750.00

    Summary

    US coal demand and prices rallied in 2017, after collapsing natural gas prices in 2016 allowed natural gas to displace significant coal demand for electric generation. A rally in natural gas prices in 2017 led the way for a recovery in coal markets but the recovery will be short-lived. A glut of natural gas supply will push coal out of electricity markets over the short term while increased renewable generation and carbon regulation will prevent a long-term recovery for coal.

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    • Document

      CMS Executive Summary December.xls

      XLS 1.90 MB

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      North America coal long-term outlook H2 2017: The last rally?

      PDF 554.94 KB

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      North America coal long-term outlook H2 2017: The last rally?

      ZIP 3.26 MB

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      North American Coal Long Term Outlook H2 2017.pdf

      PDF 2.58 MB

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      Executive summary

      PDF 395.02 KB

  • Insight

    Global Oil Cost Curves and Pre-FID Breakevens

    • 07 March 2018

    Breakeven costs are down, but can conventional pre-FID projects compete with US Lower 48 tight oil?

    $5,000.00

    Summary

    Breakeven costs are assigned to every element of our global liquids supply view allowing a comprehensive view of the global cost of supply. Key analysis includes: 1) How the cost of supply will change through to 2035. 2) The importance future drilling in US Lower 48 and pre-FID projects. 3) Where each sub-play and pre-FID conventional project sits on the cost curve in ten years time. 4) How have offshore breakevens changed since before the price crash.

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      PDF_Global Cost Curves.pdf

      PDF 1.59 MB

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      Data_Global Cost Curves.xlsx

      XLSX 2.00 MB

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      Global Oil Cost Curves and Pre-FID Breakevens

      ZIP 3.21 MB