Wood Mackenzie is a global energy, metals and mining research and consultancy group with an international reputation for supplying comprehensive data, written analysis and consultancy advice. In 2015, the company was acquired by Verisk Analytics, an American data analytics and risk assessment firm, in a deal valued at $2.8 billion.

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  • 2017 Gas Indonesia Summit: what lies ahead?
    DMG’s 2017 Gas Indonesia Summit was held this year in Jakarta in July. We saw a good turnout from key domestic players, international LNG players and infrastructure developers including delegates from Pertamina, PGN, PLN, Medco, ExxonMobil, Total, Cheniere, Petronas, Texas LNG, AGDC, Oil Search, Osaka Gas, KBR, Wartsila, AG&P, SLNG and SNC Lavalin, among others. I chaired the Commercial stream […]
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  • 5 unintended consequences of Australia’s gas market intervention
    On 1 July 2017, the Australian government implemented its gas export restrictions policy, the Australian Domestic Gas Security Mechanism (ADGSM), to try to alleviate public and industry concerns regarding gas supply availability. This intervention into the market presents a number of potential unintended consequences for Australia: 1. Creating uncertainty, when certainty is needed most Large discr...
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  • China and shale gas: growing operational confidence from CNPC and Sinopec
    In May, Wood Mackenzie attended the 4th US-China shale gas workshop in Beijing hosted by China’s National Energy Administration and the US Trade and Development Agency and delivered a presentation on M&A in US unconventionals. Among the workshop’s other attendees were key Chinese shale gas operators, including CNPC, Sinopec, Huadian and Huaneng, and US-based service providers and LNG exporters, in...
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  • Energy view to 2035 in five charts: comparing Wood Mackenzie to the IEA, BP and XOM
    Each year, Wood Mackenzie benchmarks our analysis of global cross-commodity trends to similar outlooks from the International Energy Agency (IEA NP), BP and ExxonMobil (XOM). This comparison addresses several major cross-commodity uncertainties, including the impact of renewables on fossil fuel demand, when — or if — emerging markets will leapfrog from traditional hydrocarbons to renewables in the...
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  • US COP21 withdrawal: Is this actually a step forward?
    On 01 June 2017, President Trump took the first step on the road to reconsidering the best way to meet our climate challenges. By refusing to remain tied to an agreement with no means of fairly apportioning emission reduction efforts, the president has set in motion the opportunity to re-frame the plan. Some say President Trump took a backward step, […]
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  • Downstream consistency holds lessons for upstream
    Recent Q1 results from the majors (publically reported results from: BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, Shell, Total) have attracted a lot of attention due to the resurgence in upstream earnings, but we believe it is too early for upstream to declare success when it is faced with ongoing efficiency challenges. Aggregate upstream earnings for the majors were US$8.3 billion in Q1, a […]
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  • The LNG wars – Will short run marginal costs be the deciding factor?
    It used to be all the rage only a few years ago: What the next big new LNG project would be, and its lifecycle cost. But there is little interest in the cost of building brand new LNG plants anymore. Today, amidst a growing market glut, attention has turned to projects’ survival – and the short term costs to keep […]
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  • 100 Days of Trump: The Global Risk Outlook
    We teamed up with Verisk Maplecroft to review Trump's first 100 days in office. What geopolitical risks have we seen? Will domestic stalemates force emphasis on foreign policy? Jimena Blanco and Paul McConnell discuss the risks, rewards and repercussions of the first 100 days. Learn more: https://www.woodmac.com/analysis/video-trump-administration-the-first-100-days
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  • ‘Permania’ prevails, and other learnings from the 2017 DUG Permian Conference
    While many critical themes were hotly debated and actively addressed at the 2017 DUG Permian Conference, the general consensus amongst participants is the Permian’s ability to not only drive value in a sub-$50/bbl world, but to accelerate production growth in a range-bound price environment. Three main themes stood out: (1) Companies have shifted to aggressive growth strategies, but are they […]
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  • Judge finds EPA did not conduct job loss analysis of regulations
    The Environmental Protection Agency has filed an appeal after a judge ruled the agency had failed to adequately evaluate coal industry job losses. After two-and-a-half years of litigation, coal companies and industry groups bringing the suit cheered the January 2017 ruling requiring the EPA to develop a report detailing the economic impact of its regulations. However, the agency’s filing alleges [...
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  • European oil storage: Competitiveness is key to identifying sustainable investments
    Energy commodity markets have experienced a high degree of volatility in recent years, with large movements in prices and processing margins throughout the energy value chain (i.e. oil, gas, coal, refining, and shipping).  The oil storage sector has also experienced a great deal of change but the impact to the bottom line has been relatively less severe  thanks to a […]
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  • How will President Trump manage the COP21 treaty?
    President Trump is reviewing the US commitment to the 2015 Paris climate agreement (known as COP21). He has publically stated his intention to save the US coal industry. How will his actions affect the global coal market? And what knock-on effects will we see? Coal has the most to gain (and lose) When burned, coal releases more CO2 than any […]
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  • Will deals walk the optimistic talk of NAPE?
    Truth be told, the North American Prospect Expo (NAPE) show seemed a little different this year—but that’s not a bad thing at all. “Where deals happen” is the tagline that describes the symbiotic relationship of producers seeking capital and financiers looking to invest in projects. The show is the epicentre for domestic Lower 48 activity, and before 2015, upstream deals at […]
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  • EV2 - Exploration Volume & Value
    EV2 is a new and unique exploration acreage valuation offering that combines the deep geologic knowledge of CGG Robertson with the economic expertise of Wood Mackenzie. This unmatched partnership has created an independent, unbiased and consistent way to differentiate block level subsurface risk, volume and value potential. Learn more at: https://www.ev-2.com/
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  • Russia gas vs US LNG - Clash of the titans
    We caught up with Massimo Di Odoardo, VP of European Gas Research, before the end of 2016 to get his outlook on the impending competition between Russian gas and US LNG to be Europe's primary energy supplier. Learn more at: https://www.woodmac.com/analysis/video-Russian-gas-vs-US-LNG-clash-of-the-titans
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  • How will the competition between Russia gas and US LNG impact price?
    We caught up with Massimo Di Odoardo, VP of European Gas Research, before the end of 2016 to get his outlook on the impending competition between Russian gas and US LNG to be Europe's primary energy supplier. Learn more at: https://www.woodmac.com/analysis/video-Russian-gas-vs-US-LNG-clash-of-the-titans
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  • President Trump’s EPA nominee Pruitt will place a steady hand on the agency’s tiller
    The Environmental Protection Agency is here to stay. And the current regulations the coal industry faces are too. As captain of the EPA ship, Scott Pruitt, President Trump’s nominee for the agency’s administrator, is unlikely to run it aground by dismantling current regulations. Indeed, he will ensure those regulations are followed.  At the same time, he is unlikely to use the […]
  • How will Alberta’s carbon emission cap impact oil sands development?
    The world is becoming increasingly carbon conscious and Alberta is a prime example of a jurisdiction attempting to walk the tightrope between adhering to responsible emissions legislation and attracting spend and development. While it boasts an abundance of oil and natural gas resources, the province is taking a more aggressive path on reducing emissions with the Climate Leadership Plan. This incl...
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  • Norway’s upstream sector will prosper — but can the UK rally?
    The oil price took its toll on both the UK and Norwegian sectors in 2016, with capex dropping, exploration curtailed and only small new projects getting the go ahead. In Norway, there was a sense that this is simply a dip and interest in the sector is still high – as strong M&A activity attested. But in the UK, the […]
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  • Why is weather so important to the LNG marketplace?
    The LNG supply profile is changing. LNG output is higher at cooler ambient temperatures, a consequence of the liquefaction process, and new projects are coming onstream in areas with greater climatic variation. How will weather drive the seasonality of LNG supply and what are the impacts on the LNG market? Read the full report here: https://www.woodmac.com/reports/gas-markets-changes-in-lng-seaso...

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