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Evaluate Energy is a provider of up to date and accurate oil and gas analysis for industry professionals. 



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It’s like having a team of experienced oil and gas analysts working for you day and night – but at a fraction of the cost. You will receive: Up-to-the-minute oil and gas company financial and operating data going back to 1989, including detailed upstream FAS69 data from the SEC, finding and development costs, reserve replacement analysis, and a unique world refinery database Ability to select the company coverage you want: Major International companies, Junior International companies, National Oil Companies, Canadian Oil companies. Comprehensive Global M&A deals, Oil Sands Projects & Economics Company news, profiles and forecasts Great Software: Unlimited Excel® downloads, report customisation, screening tools, layout and charting tools plus exceptional data transparency. Oil Blog: written by Evaluate Energy's team of professional oil and gas analysts.  

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Oil and gas finding costs are on the rise again as inflationary pressures return to the industry and as Major companies struggle to improve their exploration performance in terms of reserves found per well drilled. That’s the picture that emerges from the latest company data from Evaluate Energy. In this report we focus just on the leading Major companies – BP, Chevron, Conoco, ExxonMobil, Petrobras,…

This week, the Gulf of Mexico held its first land sale since the Horizon oil spill of April 2010. The Western Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale 218 reaped a total of $337 million, with 20 companies gaining tracts. Interestingly, BP Plc (LON:BP) was successful in the sale, gaining 11 tracts for $27.5 million, despite its plethora of lawsuits following Horizon. The British major has seen…

There were three large deals by super majors this week as Total played it safe by acquiring a producing North Sea asset whilst Royal Dutch Shell and ENI opted for a high risk but high reward asset in Nigeria. The North Sea acquisition concerns a 10.4% interest in the Elgin & Franklin fields previously owned by GDF SUEZ and mirrors a previous divestiture by GDF…

Some of the largest oil and gas companies in the world continued to venture into the less conventional regions of the world this week in their quest to locate their next megaproject. Fresh from their negotiation of exploration blocks in Kurdistan, ExxonMobil’s next target materialised via a farm-in of Block LB-13 in the ultra deep waters offshore Liberia from Canadian Overseas Petroleum.  Although the $91…

The world’s largest oil and gas companies have been turning in impressive results in the third quarter despite the general economic gloom. The profit levels of the majors in particular offered a reminder of the heyday when oil was repeatedly trading at well above $100 per barrel and gas trading at sub $5 per mcf was outside the imagination of most analysts. For Q3 2011…



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The figure in the table was meant to have a cell note attached which did not appear on the blog. The figure pulled by the analyst was the updated P10 oil-in-place value as stated in an April 14 press release (http://www.rigzone.com/news/article.asp?a_id=106144). As you mentioned the field is in early stages of appraisal so we have put in the resource estimate as an indication of where…

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