Cash & Liquidity ManagementCash ManagementCash Management RegionalCiti papers explore new pricing realities of energy sector

Citi papers explore new pricing realities of energy sector

With oil and gas prices having fallen sharply from their mid-2014 highs, two papers issued by Citi examine how financial professionals in the energy sector are responding to the new reality.

Low commodity prices in 2015 prompted energy companies to drastically revise their operational, capital expenditure (capex), finance and risk management plans. Industry-wide, capital expenditures fell an estimated 45% in 2015 versus 2014.

For 2016, the outlook suggests continuing frugality as the prevailing industry view is for oil and gas prices to remain “lower for longer,” reports Citi.

In two recently-issued articles, the group discuss how chief financial officers (CFOs) and treasurers are adjusting to these changes and working with their banks to beef up their global strategy. The authors are Jim Reilly, vice chairman and global head of energy corporate banking at Citi and Peter Langshaw, global sector sales head for energy, power, chemicals, metals and mining.

Both papers, under the title “Adapting to ‘Lower for Longer: How Companies are Adopting and Embedding Resilience’, can be accessed here.

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