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  • 16 May 2016
    • Stress to persist for North America land drillers amid diminished rig counts, prolonged low spot prices
      The North American land drilling market will remain highly stressed through at least late 2017 as drastic cuts in exploration and production (E&P) capital spending significantly curtails the active rig count, according to a new report by Moody’s Investors Service. Since oil and natural gas prices’ decline in 2014, spending cuts by E&P companies worldwide have reduced the global rig count by nearly 60%. Even so, the North American rig count has plunged by almost 80%... Full Report l Press Release
  • 6 May 2016
    • Oilfield services and drilling industry conditions worsen
      Facing the worst downturn since the 1980s, the oilfield services and drilling industry continues to have a negative outlook. Low energy prices and significantly reduced E&P spending will crush industry EBITDA by 30%-40% in 2016 with no expectations of recovery until at least late 2017. Depressed asset values, increasing financial leverage and weak liquidity will drive up defaults... Press Release l Full Report
  • 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
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