Luncheon – Dec. 4, 2009

Title: Outlook 2010: Commodity Prices, Activity Levels and the Industry’s Bankbook Speaker: Peggy Williams, Senior Exploration Editor, Oil and Gas Investor Date: December 4, 2009 Publication: The Outcrop, Dec. 2009, p. 27 World energy markets are beginning to stabilize, recovering modestly from the effects of the global downturn and the newly aggressive U.S. environmental agenda. Oil … More Luncheon – Dec. 4, 2009

News Flash! IPAMS Wildcatter Weekly (3-2-2001)

Title: News Flash! IPAMS Wildcatter Weekly (3-2-2001) Publication: The Outcrop, April 2001, p. 12 “The United States is in the early days of a severe energy crisis that will take at least a decade to fix,” according to Matthew Simmons…writing in the Oxford Energy Forum Quarterly… “America’s energy planners were lulled into thinking a 29 or 30 TCF … More News Flash! IPAMS Wildcatter Weekly (3-2-2001)

A Rosy Outlook for Oil and Gas… But with Pitfalls

Title: A Rosy Outlook for Oil and Gas…But with Pitfalls Author: Terri Olson Publication: The Outcrop, March 2001, p. 1, 7 Predicting the future has seldom been easy in the oil and gas industry, but two brave souls were willing to make the attempt at recent RMAG luncheon meetings. Paul Liebman (Petrie Parkman) spoke on “Oil … More A Rosy Outlook for Oil and Gas… But with Pitfalls

Luncheon – January 19, 2001

Title: Petroleum Industry — Perspective 2001 Speaker: by Philip H. (Pete) Stark (IHS Energy Group) Date: January 19, 2001 Publication: The Outcrop, January 2001, p. 4-5 In spite of multiple boosts in OPEC production, key oil benchmark prices continued to fluctuate above $30/bbl into 4th quarter 2000. The combination of low U.S. crude and fuel oil stocks … More Luncheon – January 19, 2001

Luncheon – January 18, 2002

Title: Petroleum Industry Perspective 2002: Outlook on O&G Supplies, Demand and Prices Speaker: Pete Stark , Vice President Industry Relations, IHS Energy Group Date: January 18, 2002 Publication: The Outcrop, January 2002, p. 4-5 The events of September 11 impacted already weak economies, resulting in immediate reductions to global oil demand and elevating concerns about business and … More Luncheon – January 18, 2002

Luncheon – April 4, 2003

Title: Global Petroleum Industry Perspective 2003 — Perils, Paradigms and Paradoxes Speaker: Phillip H. Stark, IHS Energy Date: April 4, 2003 Publication: The Outcrop, April 2003, p. 4-5 Uncertainties, volatility and risks characterize news about the outlook for oil and gas markets. As spring emerges, perils abound, with surging tides of war against Iraq commanding worldwide attention. War … More Luncheon – April 4, 2003

Luncheon – August 6, 2004

Title: Meeting the Energy Challenge Speaker: Stephen A. Sonnenberg, AAPG Past President Event: RMAG/DGS Joint Luncheon, August 6, 2004 Publication: The Outcrop, August 2004, p. 4-5 Energy is essential to civilization. Low cost and abundant supplies of energy contribute to a country’s standard of living and economic well being. The history of energy use in any country … More Luncheon – August 6, 2004

Luncheon – January 16, 2004

Title: Global Petroleum Industry Perspectives, January 2004: “First Look at the Year Ahead” Speaker: Pete Stark, Vice President, IHS Energy Publication: The Outcrop, January 2004, p. 4 While uncertainties continue to cloud the crystal ball, market factors suggest that oil and gas prices will decline during 2004. Key oil market factors include improving economies, which could … More Luncheon – January 16, 2004