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News / Articles | March 17, 2024 | The Denver Gazette

“It’s horrible on every front because it claims to be about CO2 emission reduction, which it’s not,” said CSI Energy Fellow Trisha Curtis. “It’s beyond detrimental and devastating to the economic state of Colorado and it really doesn’t appreciate the economic realities at all.

News / Articles | May 8, 2023 | Financial Times Article

“These companies had high share prices when they were losing money,” said Trisha Curtis, chief executive of consultancy PetroNerds. “Now they are making money hand over fist and not being rewarded.”
“The market and investors are still uncomfortable with oil and gas,” said Curtis. “The companies are not being valued to their assets or what they’re producing.”

News / Articles | December 15, 2022 | Podcast

In this podcast David Ledesma talks to Trisha Curtis, CEO of PetroNerds, about US gas and oil production, transportation and markets. US gas production has performed well since COVID and additional supply growth is clearly possible, but investment in infrastructure will require consistent regulatory and political support. Technology is also key, with production rigs having longer lateral lengths to increase and maximise gas production. The podcast further discusses oil and gas production trajectory and how environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) is imposing pressure on public oil and gas companies. Concluding the podcast, Trisha gives a view on what is required for LNG exports to Europe to rise (in Europe and North America) and how LNG exports can fit into Europe’s Energy Transition ambitions?

News / Articles | October 24, 2022 | Reuters

“Oct 21 (Reuters) – U.S. shale oil executive Matt Gallagher this week took a poll on Twitter to gauge sentiment toward President Joe Biden’s offer to stock the U.S. emergency oil reserve at prices around $72 a barrel, to give producers an incentive to drill more.

The result: nearly 80% of respondents said they did not expect oil futures next year will fall to a level that would trigger any U.S. purchases – negating any boost from what analysts called the “U.S. put,” or using proposed Strategic Petroleum Reserve buys to set a minimum price for new oil production.”

News / Articles | October 7, 2022 | Forbes

Trisha Curtis, president and CEO of PetroNerds, a Denver-based strategic advisory firm, told me, “The Biden administration’s response to OPEC’s decision to cut two million barrels a day is a sign of true desperation.

The SPR is already at levels not seen since 1984, putting the U.S. and the world on a path to higher oil prices in the future. The Administration has been unable to achieve a relief in sanctions on Iran and is now looking at Venezuela, again—even though Venezuelan production is heavily connected to both Russia and China.”

Ms. Curtis, a national expert in oil production, explained that the United States could begin producing another 2 million barrels per day by immediately re-approving expiring Federal permits. Reapprovals have virtually stopped under the Biden administration.

Additionally, the Administration could immediately accelerate lease sales and permit approvals on federal lands and end the moratorium on federal and offshore lease sales. Approving Keystone XL and accelerating the final development of the nearly finished pipeline would bring as much as 1 million barrels a day of Canadian crude to the Gulf Coast.”

News / Articles | September 22, 2022 | Youtube

Trisha Curtis, CEO of PetroNerds on the 2022 COGA TES.

News / Articles | June 3, 2022 | Youtube

Want to see PetroNerds in action? Actually giving a client presentation? Listeners of the PetroNerds podcast get to hear and see this fun fast paced 40 minute talk, soup to nuts, on the global economy and global oil market.  This was an actual recorded presentation given to a public E&P on May 12th, 2022.

News / Articles | April 27, 2022 | Youtube

Gather exclusive insights midway through the trading week to capture a deeper understanding of the structural dynamics affecting energy markets.

Featured Interviews | January 3, 2022 | BRINK

At the beginning of 2021, BRINK spoke to Trisha Curtis, the CEO of Petronerds, about what she thought the year would bring with a new U.S. administration for the oil and gas sector.

One year later, the sector is under continued pressure to cut carbon emissions, and yet the price of oil is still high, at around $70 a barrel.

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Podcast | March 15, 2021 | The Crude Life Morning Show

Trisha Curtis is the President and CEO of Denver based oil and gas advisory firm, PetroNerds. Trisha took some time to talk about her experience and knowledge in the industry and the amount of information she shares is vast.

PetroNerds Podcast by Trisha Curtis

The US Economy With DRW

Trisha Curtis and David Ramsden Wood, known to many as DRW, spend 57 minutes discussing energy, inflation, policies, and the US economy in episode 33

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