Oxford Oil Day 2018 Presentation and Upcoming Research

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[…]

Around the World and Back to the DJ

PetroNerds presented at the Colorado Oil and Gas Association’s annual Energy Summit on August 21st, 2018.  Trisha Curtis’ presentation highlighted global oil market trends and balances before diving into the US market. She addressed investor pressure facing the US shale industry in the context of second quarter earnings. Trisha also examined productivity trends in major[…]

Hedging Haircuts and Big Basis Moves

We just updated HedgeAware for the latest data reported by E&Ps for Q1 2018. This piece summarizes the more notable trends and observations on E&P hedging strategies and performance. The majority of current oil hedging positions held by US E&Ps have largely been carried over from several quarters ago. Weighted average prices for both fixed[…]

DUG Rockies and EPRINC Presentations

PetroNerds presented at the DUG Hart Energy Rockies conference last week in Denver.  Trisha Curtis discussed crude oil prices and their impact on Rockies region E&P activity as the Permian continues to attract large amounts of capital.  She also addressed improving well productivity in the Bakken and Powder River Basins and the infrastructure pressure on[…]

PetroNerds Presentation at Oxford’s Oil Day

PetroNerds Co-Founder Trisha Curtis presented at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies’ Oil Day at Oxford University on November 17th, 2017.  She presented findings from PetroNerds’ recent report on shale well productivity and discussed financial and hedging updates from third quarter earnings. Download her presentation here!

Trisha Curtis’ Presentation on Shale Gas Before the EPRINC/IEEJ LNG Forum

PetroNerds President and Co-founder Trisha Curtis gave a detailed presentation (download link) on US natural gas production from shale plays (both oil and gas) in Washington, DC on July 20th, 2017.  Her presentation was given at a one day conference on “LNG Demand in Asia,” hosted by The Energy Policy Research Foundation, Inc. (EPRINC) and[…]

PetroNerds Presenation at DUG Bakken and Niobrara Conference

Trisha Curtis, President and Co-Founder of PetroNerds, presented before the DUG Bakken and Niobrara conference in Denver on March 16th, 2017.  Her presentation focused on the productivity gains that have been made in several basins and the changes in completions designs and company behavior that enabled such changes.  This presentation updated and extended the work that PetroNerds[…]

PetroNerds presentation before the 3rd IEF-KAPSARC Thought Leaders’ Roundtable in Riyadh

PetroNerds President and Co-founder Trisha Curtis presented before the 3rd IEF-KAPSARC Thought Leaders’ Roundtable in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on February 16, 2017.  Her presentation at the IEF-KAPSARC (International Energy Forum and King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center) Roundtable immediately followed the 7th IEA-IEF-OPEC Symposium on Energy Outlooks.  The presentation addressed potential forecasting pitfalls and longer-term investment risk amidst a[…]

PetroNerds’ Appearances in Oxford and London

PetroNerds just wrapped up a set of appearances in Oxford and London, England. On November 25th, 2016 PetroNerds’ President and Co-founder Trisha Curtis gave a presentation on US shale oil well productivity gains in Oxford, England at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies’ (OIES) Oil Day. An abridged version of that presentation can be downloaded here. Trisha[…]

Bloomberg Webinar Slides Posted

PetroNerds co-founder Trisha Curtis presented at a webinar hosted by Bloomberg on April 21, 2016.  Her presentation provided performance updates on the primary shale and tight oil plays and examined the impacts of the low oil price environment.  It also examined nature of upstream bankruptcies in the oil patch.  The presentation, “Can U.S. Shale Survive Sub $50[…]