ESAI Energy, an industry-leading energy market research and forecasting firm, examines the impact of an impending global LNG surplus for its clients, complementing the firm’s offerings in crude oil, natural gas, refining, petroleum products, natural gas liquids, and alternative fuels.
ESAI Energy uses the same country-by-country approach to analyzing and forecasting supply and demand of alternative fuels as it does for the petroleum market.
The Global Crude Oil Outlook is ESAI Energy’s “Flagship” product and helps paint a picture of the industry future we envision to help clients see more clearly the possibilities in this increasingly complex market.
ESAI Energy’s analysis and forecasting of petroleum products has evolved with changes in the global market and our clients’ needs.
ESAI Energy’s market based forecasts and insights assist companies in preparing for and profiting from what is coming next in the dynamic and complex NGL markets.
ESAI Energy undertakes proprietary studies for clients on topics related to building, modifying or valuing a refinery. Our fuel specifications and refinery databases have allowed our team to develop long term projections of supply and demand for petroleum products based on location and quality.
The LNG Analytical Service examines the impact of an impending global LNG surplus for its clients, complementing the firm’s offerings in crude oil, natural gas, refining, petroleum products, natural gas liquids, and alternative fuels.
Sarah Emerson, managing principal at ESAI Energy, and Virginie Maisonneuve, chief investment officer at Eastspring Investments, discuss the attack on the Saudi oil facility over the weekend, oil inventories, what the attack means for markets and where they see prices going. They speak on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Podcast: Sarah Emerson, managing principal of ESAI Energy, joined Capitol Crude to share her global demand outlook (14:14). It paints a challenging picture for US drillers.
World Oil: The backlog of DUCs in major U.S. shale plays fell for a fourth straight month, the longest stretch of declines since 2016, as producers came under intense pressure from shareholders to rein in costs while boosting output.