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Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Wildcat gives you a head-start on the week and a round-up of what mattered last week.

By The Wildcat 11 December 2017
Exploration & Production

Bean counters

United States fracking companies are suffering from soaring guar bean prices. And the immediate forecast’s not good.

11 July 2012
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Every Monday, Wildcat will give you a headstart on the coming week, as well as a round-up of what mattered in the previous week.

9 July 2012
Exploration & Production

Beware of the flare

Global gas flaring is on the rise, and one of the surprise culprits is the remote US state of North Dakota, according to the World Bank.

6 July 2012
LNG

The Aussie town in the eye of the CBM storm

It’s not just the finances of Australia’s CBM-to-LNG industry that are - reportedly -experiencing poor health.

5 July 2012
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Every Monday, Wildcat will give you a headstart on the coming week, as well as a round-up of what mattered in the previous week.

2 July 2012
Pipelines, Storage & Power

More than a temporary solution

The Africa Energy Forum in Berlin this week demonstrated the challenges facing African countries in powering their economic growth.

29 June 2012
Exploration & Production

Africa’s powership ‘plug and play’

Could floating power stations solve Africa’s energy woes?

28 June 2012
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Every Monday, Wildcat will give you a headstart on the coming week, as well as a round-up of what mattered in the previous week.

26 June 2012
Companies & Finance

Fu Chengyu’s full court press

When Sinopec Chairman Fu Chengyu went missing a few days ago, NBA fans spotted him in the front row of the finals, cheering on the Oklahoma City Thunder alongside Chesapeake Energy executives.

22 June 2012
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Every Monday, Wildcat will give you a headstart on the coming week, as well as a round-up of what mattered in the previous week.

18 June 2012
Supply & Demand

Curtain rises on Turkmen gas

Central Asia’s energy map faced serious revision this week, with BP recognising the possibility of huge new gas reserves in Turkmenistan, a country that has been long hankering for its resource potential to be better recognised.

15 June 2012
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Every Monday, Wildcat will give you a headstart on the coming week, as well as a round-up of what mattered in the previous week.

11 June 2012
LNG

Game-changing theories

The World Gas Conference wrapped up on Friday on a more optimistic note than three years previous in Argentina.

8 June 2012
Global Markets

The gas sector’s Chinese Olympics

Malaysia puts on a stellar show as 5,000 delegates pour in for the week-long 25th World Gas Conference.

5 June 2012
Companies & Finance

Whale watching

Gazprombank’s managing director sees a resurfacing theme in the project finance market.

1 June 2012
Supply & Demand

Drilling’s coming home

Hydrocarbon exploration’s centre of gravity has shifted to the western hemisphere, but it will receive a warmer reception further south.

1 June 2012
Global Markets

Wildcat’s Pick of the Week

Every Monday, Wildcat will give you a headstart on the coming week, as well as a round-up of what mattered in the previous week.

28 May 2012
Companies & Finance

Buyer beware

Could the shock nationalisation of YPF and consequent share price drop for parent company Repsol be a precursor to a takeover of the Madrid-based company? This idea may seem fanciful to some, but Interfax understands that analysts at major oil companies in Europe and the US are running the numbers over the Spanish oil group. Even so, these number c

25 May 2012
Global Markets

Energy, according to Nickelodeon

Forget Gasland; the battle for the hearts and minds of energy consumers has been waged in animation studios for decades. As well as shaping the sense of humour, language, and attitudes of a whole generation both sides of the Atlantic, some cartoons have also taken a strong stance on energy policy.

23 May 2012
LNG

The Japanese LNG Cocktail

It is no surprise that Japan is – far and away – the largest buyer of Australian LNG, both from existing facilities and planned ones. But, after crunching some numbers this morning, Wildcat was somewhat captivated by the sight of just how many Japanese utilities have already been buying from Australia’s two operational plants – North West S

22 May 2012

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