News briefs for April 3, 2017.
Slugcatcher tosses up two banks' views on where Woodside is headed.
Slugcatcher eyes Shale 2.0 as a key game-changer.
Slugcatcher breaks down Australia's energy crisis into component parts.
Slugcatcher ponders how Stockholm Syndrome may be at work in the oil world.
The Slug looks at CERAWeek 2017.
Beach Energy's positive results last week got Slugcatcher pondering oilers' next steps.
Santos results a good omen of positive things to come for Australia's oil patch.
Slugcatcher is taking a break this week.
Slugcatcher has found a like-minded consultancy in forecasting the type of oiler to emerge.
The only thing certain about attempts to predict the future is that they will be incorrect.
Slugcatcher catches wave of optimism amid Aussie oilers.
Slugcatcher doubtful whether Sunrise can be developed inside the next 43 years.
Slugcatcher has some probing questions for Shell about Prelude.
Slugcatcher looks backwards to gaze into the potential of 2017.
Slugcatcher sees some optimism when analysing the macro factors in the oil sector.
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