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02Mar17 16:35 RNS Price Monitoring Extension
02Feb17 16:35 RNS Price Monitoring Extension
23Jan17 16:35 RNS Price Monitoring Extension
10Jan17 16:35 RNS Price Monitoring Extension
30Nov16 16:35 RNS Price Monitoring Extension
28Nov16 16:35 RNS Price Monitoring Extension
23Nov16 16:40 RNS Second Price Monitoring Extn
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Incorporating new macro forecasts

  • 14 Jul 16

We update the balance of our coverage to the same macro forecasts used in our initiation on Tullow. We make notable specific updates to Faroe and Wentworth. We remain constructive on oil. The reduction in our oil and gas price forecasts is largely offset in sterling terms by the changes in our FX forecasts. Most of our target prices and all of our recommendations are unchanged. We remain Buyers of the sector and our top pick is Pantheon.

Oil & Gas - Incorporating new macro forecasts

  • 14 Jul 16

In a surprise outcome, OPEC and non-OPEC producers failed to reach an accord at a summit meeting in Doha yesterday. The apparent cause of the failure was Saudi Arabia's refusal to accept a deal without some sort of commitment from Iran. While a freeze deal was always likely to leave questions over what oil price was justified by current supply/demand balances and inventory levels, this outcome demonstrates the deep schism within OPEC and removes hope of potential producer action to curb output. Markets are rebalancing, so although oil is likely to come under pressure, the immediate damage may be limited. However, this outcome suggests that market forces alone are going to set the price for the foreseeable future and that leaves open the likelihood of more volatility and the potential for more downside.