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The U.S. shale oil and natural gas shale revolution changed everything about global energy markets. Investors, executives, policymakers and governments have to know what matters when it comes to incorporating the current and future impact of U.S. unconventional oil and natural gas shale plays. PetroNerds is a boutique energy analytics and advisory firm based in Denver, CO, near the heart of the unconventional oil & gas resource play revolution. We help clients understand what matters in U.S. energy markets by providing personalized, data-driven advisory services to evaluate the performance and asset quality of North American oil and natural gas shale resources, improve midstream and downstream market knowledge and understand the impact of market developments near and abroad.
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In September, CEO of PetroNerds, Trisha Curtis presented before local oil and gas industry leaders at the DJ Basin (Denver Julesburg Basin) Operators Consortium. Trisha walked through market dynamics and fundamentals, particularly the backsliding that took place in oil prices in September as prices moved from $43 a barrel to $36 a barrel. To review[…]
Trisha Curtis, CEO of PetroNerds, presented at a joint OPEC, IEA, and IEF workshop on October 22nd, 2020. Trisha presented on the panel about impacts of Covid 19 on the global economy and commodity markets. Her presentation “The US Oil Market: Dead or Alive” dives into the US oil market and the perceptions around the[…]
Trisha Curtis, CEO of PetroNerds, was interviewed by Brink in this timely piece “Can the Oil and Gas Sector Reinvent Itself in a Post-Covid World?” Trisha discusses the dramatic drop in oil prices and drilling activity in the US and the impact this virus has had on the industry in this severe downturn. She also[…]
PetroNerds has teamed up with Digital Wildcatters to chat about the implications to the US oil sector if Biden wins the White House. She also discusses COVID and the ravaged oil market.
Trisha Curtis presented alongside several energy industry experts on the present and future of oil markets during EPRINC’s virtual workshop “There Will Be Oil” on July 7, 2020. The webinar can be accessed by clicking here.
Trisha Curtis presented at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies’ (OIES) Oil Day at Oxford University on November 15, 2019. Her presentation walks through the nuanced dynamics of US shale oil production amidst escalating investor pressure and described the preliminary findings from PetroNerds’ forthcoming report on unconventional oil well productivity and spacing. Please see her[…]
PetroNerds presented at Hart Energy’s annual DUG Rockies conference on May 15, 2019. Trisha Curtis, President and Co-Founder, explained how activity in the Rockies stacks up against the Permian and, more broadly speaking, how equity markets are treating Rockies-centric public E&Ps. Download Trisha’s presentation here (pdf).
‘James Henderson and Trisha Curtis, the CEO and founder of PetroNerds and a visiting fellow at OIES, discuss her forthcoming paper on current trends in the US shale oil industry. Following recent industry concerns that productivity and well performance might be set to undermine the future production outlook, Trisha outlines her view that in fact[…]
PetroNerds’ President and Co-Founder Trisha Curtis presented preliminary research on US shale well productivity from an upcoming research report to be published by Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) at their 2018 Oil Day forum. This presentation and report will provide an update to PertoNerds’ extensive work on US shale production and productivity gains and[…]
In this episode of the PetroNerds Podcast, Trisha Curtis discusses the ins and outs of Colorado’s controversial ballot measure, Proposition 112 (Increased Setback Requirement for Oil and Natural Gas Development), and provides some background on the current state of oil and gas production in Colorado. Show notes: Maps of the increased setback and “vulnerable” areas[…]