Look for bright days for oil service companies when energy demand returns

Oil and natural gas exploration is on the rise, as demand for coronavirus infections continues to rise. That’s the sweet music in the ears of oil service providers in the United States.

For years, excavation and equipment contractors have been developing bicycle preparations to meet demand and increase commodity prices.

North American companies have led the recovery so far, and privately-owned U.S. leopards have increased their registrars this year. Compared to 244 epidemics last August, US oil and gas reserves rose to 491.

Private equity firms are not bound by the public discipline of their competitors, which must reduce their investment to ensure that they are able to deliver sufficient funds to shareholders in the form of dividends and stock purchases.

The excavations are huge, according to Helmerich and Payne.

Despite the ongoing tendency for capital discipline, there are still reasons for optimism in the US market.

Oil prices remain strong, with $ 65 to $ 70 per barrel, and the natural gas market looks stronger than ever in the past decade.

Benchmark U.S. gas prices are trading at around $ 4 a barrel, and experts are announcing the end of the cheap natural gas season.

Expansion of liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplies in Asia and Europe have pushed up prices in a growing global market over the past 20 years.

With the world focused on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, large energy consumers in Asia, such as China and India, want to reduce the amount of coal burned in power generation, so the future looks strong.

The United Nations’ final use of all fossil fuels to combat climate change is Utopia, and the current strength of commodity prices indicates that markets will need more oil and gas for many, many years.

Oil companies have been on a strong second-quarter and post-40% to 65 percent shareholdings for the past 12 months.

Leading industry executives have made the toughest predictions in the quarter, when they hit consensus estimates. It is not hard to see why.

Looks like there’s more space to run. Supply Disruption In addition to the already improved floating gas markets, many experts also see a building in oil.

Chief Executive Officer Jeff Miller expects production growth in 2022 with short-term barrel production in North America, which could hit about 500,000 barrels a day. Miller said this would translate into “double digits” growth in drilling and completion (D&C) spending over the next two years.

That means very high prices, which requires new barrels, even from the most remote manufacturers. They must be able to provide refunds and growth at prices of $ 80 or more.

Outside of North America, productive regions also appear to be favorable for growth. World oil demand is expected to return to an average of 100 million barrels a day by 2022, and major producers are preparing for the crisis.

In the wake of OPEC-plus supply shortages, national oil companies in the Middle East, particularly in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, are planning to significantly increase production capacity. These plans should write fat contracts for oil service companies.

Both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates plan to increase its capacity by 1 million barrels per day by 2030.

Coastal markets also appear ready to emerge. Schulberger
Chief Executive Officer Olivier Le Pitch has lifted nearly 50 project sanctions this year and expects 100 by the end of the year – mainly offshore – to show at least a 50 percent increase by 2020.

Overseas Bridge Transgence claims that there is a growing demand for radio in the Gulf of Mexico, Latin America (mainly Brazil), Norway, the United Kingdom and West Africa.

A.D. Long service contractors who have not recovered from the recent recession in 2015 and 2016 have already begun to raise prices for their customers and in many cases already.

He said that the pressure pump, which is focused on the Permian Basin, has started to increase in price and expects an increase in all its customers before the end of the third quarter. Service companies in the US market have stopped competing in pricing to gain market share.

Part of the reason for the long-term contract is that international pricing does not yet reflect the new reality. But continued high oil and gas prices are a matter of time.

Haliburton has surprised analysts with a bold, multi-year view that calls for an increase in annual growth rates by 2023 by mixing revenue in the “mid-teens.”

Schulberger’s strong macroeconomic perspective supports a “unique growth cycle,” says Baker Hughes
Predicts sustainability in and around North America.


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