Learning from US oil and gas operator behavior – will upstream operators pivot strategies?
As North American oil and gas operators look to 2022 budgets, how are they balancing investor expectations with their desire to grow volumes and revenues? Public and private operators are employing different strategies. Reed Olmstead from our plays and basins team shares insights into the behavior, what it means for future opportunities and recent gas projections:
Posted 20 September 2021
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