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Power & Energy Commodity Reports > Five Oil & Gas Companies themes to look out for in 2015

London, 23 Janury 2015

Wood Mackenzie's corporate upstream research team assesses the challenges facing the Majors, Independents and National Oil Companies (NOCs) in 2015, identifying six themes to look out for which will shape the oil & gas corporate landscape: 

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Commodity Research and Reports > Most Commodity Prices Expected to Continue Declining in 2015

Washington, 22 January 2015

This year may well see a rare occurrence for world commodity markets – a decline in all nine key commodity price indices, says the World Bank’s latest Commodity Markets Outlook, released today.

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Environmental Markets & Commodities Reports > American wind investment makes substantial rebound in 2014

New York, 22 Janaury 2015

America’s wind installations grew five-fold in 2014, making the United States the world’s second-largest wind market behind China, according to new figures out today from research firm Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

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Environmental Markets & Commodities Reports > Sequestration on shaky ground

Cambridge MASS, January 2015

Carbon sequestration promises to address greenhouse-gas emissions by capturing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and injecting it deep below the Earth’s surface, where it would permanently solidify into rock. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that current carbon-sequestration technologies may eliminate up to 90 percent of carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants.

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Power & Energy Commodity Reports > Oil Price Collapse Hurting Some More Than Others

London, 21 January 2015

U.S. oil and gas rig counts dropped to their lowest level in over four years, falling by an additional 74 units for the week ending on January 16. The lower count provides fresh evidence that low oil prices are forcing drillers to pare back operations and slash spending. 

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Power & Energy Commodity Reports > Grid Flexibility is Crucial to Integrate Renewables in Europe

London, 20 January 2015

As the concept of energy security grows in importance, so does the need to manage grid flexibility in Europe finds Frost & Sullivan. Technological investments to create a resilient grid infrastructure have become crucial as grid instability and power failures due to capacity overload plague Eastern Europe, and stand-by demand for intermittent renewable power sources grow in Western Europe.

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Power & Energy Commodity Reports > Key insights into European energy

London, 

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Power & Energy Commodity Reports > Back To Basics: Why Conventional Drilling Makes Sense in 2015

London, January 2015

This New Year, an old trend may become a new trend as conventional drilling in North America is once again in the spotlight at a time when oil prices continue their slump and the unconventional becomes increasingly uneconomical.

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Power & Energy Commodity Reports > 5 Ways To Play The Oil Price Plunge

London, 14 January 2015

The collapse of the oil price has created losers and winners, and like every major movement in a commodity sector, the trick for investors is figuring out which side of the trade to be on. The most obvious victim of the slide in Brent and WTI prices over the last 6 months has been the major oil producers. Holders of these equities have seen price slides up to 33 percent.

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Environmental Markets & Commodities Reports > Cheaper and greener? The outlook for energy in 2015

London, 14 January 2015

Energy companies will feel the impact of low oil, gas and coal prices in 2015, according to a free report by the Economist Intelligence Unit, sponsored by Accenture. By December, a global climate-change treaty replacing the Kyoto Protocol is at last likely to be signed, argues Industries in 2015.

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