oil market overview at the DJ Basin Operator Consortium

Oil Market Review Presented At The DJ Basin Operator Consortium

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[…]

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Presentation at 2020 IEA-IEF-OPEC Workshop

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[…]

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[…]

US Shale Oil Dynamics in a Low Price Environment

PetroNerds co-founder Trisha Curtis’ report “US Shale Oil Dynamics in a Low Price Environment” has been released by the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, part of the University of Oxford. Trisha is a visiting research fellow at the Institute. The report examines how US tight oil producers are adapting to the now year old low[…]

Trisha Curtis Quoted in Economist Article on the State of the US Midstream Market

PetroNerds co-founder Trisha Curtis was quoted in The Economist’s December 5 article entitled, “Running on Empty: An overhyped business model is heading for trouble.” The article surveys the state of the US Midstream asset market and in particular the performance of the MLPs (master limited partnerships), a popular corporate structure for pipeline companies and other toll-based businesses.[…]