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  • 17 Aug 2015
    • Global midstream energy industry outlook revised to stable
      We have changed the outlook for the global midstream industry to stable from positive because deep spending cuts and slowing production in the exploration and production sector will slow EBITDA growth in 2015-16. Other industry stresses will include weak prices for natural gas and natural gas liquids, which will weigh on the industry's gathering and processing margins. In addition, capital spending for new midstream assets will decline because much of the infrastructure for US shale production has already been built…Press Release l Full Report
    • Oil and gas downgrades in H1 2015 exceed 2013-14 downgrades combined
      The severity of the oil and gas industry downturn is apparent in the number of rating actions and their composition in the first half of 2015. The oilfield services sector has been the most affected proportionately, with 25% of the total rated companies downgraded. In absolute terms, the exploration and production sector has seen the most downgrades and the most rating actions…Full Report
  • 13 Aug 2015
    • North American E&P companies look to reduce costs amid weak commodity prices
      Lower costs offer E&P companies a competitive advantage, particularly in the event of low commodity prices. E&P companies must reinvest substantial capital each year to find new reserves and offset depletion. They must also control their cash operating and capital costs to achieve competitive margins and returns on invested capital and continue to operate and service debt when commodity prices are weak... Press Release l Full Report
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