Monthly report focusing on the trends and price volatility facing the O&G sector and how the global market reacts.
Monthly report focusing on the trends and price volatility facing the O&G sector.
Oil & gas markets: monthly roundup – July 2016
Once again, bearish sentiment has arisen over what appears to be a supply and demand imbalance.
"We are seeing a greater appetite for transactions that have a contingent element. This could be based on future pricing, as well as future profitability or efficiency improvements..." – Mark Andrews, Head of Oil & Gas, KPMG in the UK
"In light of the huge energy demands of the region, foreign policies dictated by access to energy sources are likely to become the ‘modus operandi’ of many nations and as a result, flash points could arise, impacting critical supply and demand choke points...." – Oliver Hsieh, Associate Director, Commodity & Energy Risk Management, KPMG in Singapore
"Recent rebalancing of U.S. natural gas supply and demand has lifted prompt futures prices from their lowest level in four years..." – Thomas Ruck, Director, Market/Treasury Risk, KPMG in the US
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