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  • 14 Apr 2016
    • Oil and Gas Industry – Global: Frequently Asked Investor Questions, April 2016
      Our pessimistic industry outlook reflects a global oversupply of oil in which the slow decline in production gives prices limited room to rise. Coupled with the higher debt and leverage among E&P issuers based on financing at higher crude prices, even a moderate rebound in oil prices in 2016 would simply defer defaults for many companies. Default risk is elevated for energy companies, and cuts to reserve-based lending facilities will weaken liquidity for many E&P companies... Full Report
  • 13 Apr 2016
    • Integrated oil companies retain high ratings despite lower oil prices, downgrades mostly one notch
      The resulting downgrades from the review of 16 European oil and gas companies, inotiated as part of global review of the sector on 22 January, were largely modest and mostly limited to one notch. Integrated oil firms, such as Total SA and BP plc, remain firmly in the investment grade range, benefitting from well-performing downstream businesses. The smaller European exploration and production (E&P) sector saw only a single one-notch downgrade. However, the oilfield services segment was hardest hit (with three one-notch and two three-notch downgrades) resulting from a slash in spending by integrated and E&P companies... Full Report
  • 12 Apr 2016
    • Independent Exploration and Production Industry – Global: E&P Ratings Reviews Emphasized Both Quantitative and Qualitative Factors
      Our reviews of 37 large US and Canadian exploration and production (E&P) companies during the first quarter resulted in the confirmation of the ratings of seven companies, and downgrade of the ratings of 30 by one to five notches. Eleven of 23 investment-grade companies moved to speculative-grade. We evaluated each company based on our assessment of both quantitative and qualitative factors, using our Global Independent Exploration and Production Industry Rating Methodology as the main reference tool for evaluating credit profiles within the industry... Full Report
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