Sector IQ: Energy, Issue 2 - October 2014
Energy Renaissance: Production Up, Prices Down… Is This The New Normal?
The Energy industry is rapidly evolving. With shale boosting oil, gas, and NGL production in the U.S., the country could potentially become energy independent and a net crude exporter. We have also seen Brent prices fall the third largest dollar amount recorded in a very short period. What will this mean for asset prices, credit risk levels, and the economy more broadly? As our title indicates, we may be experiencing an Energy Renaissance…
In this second edition of Sector IQ: Energy, we explore why these events are unfolding and what the global implications will be. By leveraging content, analytics, and industry specialists from across McGraw Hill Financial, including S&P Capital IQ, Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services, S&P Dow Jones Indices, Platts and Bentek Energy, we provide a unique perspective and essential intelligence on the energy sector.
- Energy Dealmaking
- Third Largest Brent Drop Ever
- Midstream Deals Dominate
- Market Perspectives: Equities
- Energy Stock Performance Mixed Globally
- Deepwater Dive? Rigs Under Pressure
- Market Perspectives: Commodities
- U.S. Oil, Gas, NGL Production Soars Higher
- U.S. Rapidly Approaching Net Energy Exports
- Credit Market Perspectives
- Risk Levels Move In Response to Brent Collapse
- Midstream MLP Changes At Kinder Unlikely To Spread
- External Perspectives
- U.S. LNG Exports: A Boon for the Climate?
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