PwC: How Oil and Gas Companies Can Attract Investors
The oil and gas sector’s annual stock performance over the past 5 years has lagged behind the S&P 500. This article recommends ways the industry can recover investor confidence and capital by understanding the changing type of investors.
ConocoPhillips: From Triple Carbon Copies to Smartphones
Sandy Kusano worked through the cycles of oil prices, seeing it soar from $4.87/barrel in 1978 to $125/barrel in 2008, working at one company, ConocoPhillips.
Braving the Slump: Petroleum Engineering is Not a Dead-End Career
While oil price and public perception may act as near-term threats to the industry, an industry in flux is an opportune time for new entrants to make their mark.
Oxy CEO Vicki Hollub on Her Career and Company, and Advice to Young Professionals
In an interview with TWA, Hollub shares her leadership experience and company strategy.
The Sky is Falling—Again
Euan Mearns of Energy Matters blog, Jared Wynveen of McDaniel & Associates Consultants, and James Fann of Cenovus Energy share their perspectives on the oil price downturn.
Current State of the Industry: A Recruiting Agency’s Perspective
In a challenging market condition, an astute observation of the investment flow in the industry can help young professionals land in good jobs.
Turbulent Commodity Prices and the Turmoil for Young Professionals
For young professionals, understanding the governing principles of oil price and connecting them with facts is key to facing the price turmoil.
Ralph Eads III, Vice Chairman, Global Head of Energy Investment Banking, Jefferies LLC
Eads, vice chairman and global head of energy investment banking for Jefferies, on the factors affecting the oil price and the impact on the banking sector.
Expert Interview: Marc de Saint-Gerand
Marc de Saint-Gerand discusses oil price volatility and what actions could help stabilize the price.
Oil Prices and the Macroeconomy
Until the credit crunch hit in late 2007, the world had witnessed high and rising oil prices with no observable slowdown in growth. So what role has the oil price played in the world economy?
The Complex World of Oil Markets and Trading
Oil trading is a broad term, incorporating the exchange of physical oil cargoes and trading of paper instruments, which does not necessarily result in physical delivery of oil. It is a complex mechanism composed of several markets—spot, over-the-counter, and futures markets.
China and India: Growing Energy Demand and Implications for the World
Sustained rapid economic growth has made China and India increasingly important in the world economy. The accompanying surge in energy demand from these two countries has been a factor in recent oil price increases.
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