Slugcatcher assesses the implications of last week's moves by Santos and Origin Energy.
Slugcatcher on the benefits of a higher oil price.
Negotiations may be brutal.
Is 50 the new 100? That's a question which kept Slugcatcher awake last night as he considered the burst
SOME comments are never quite what they mean, with Slugcatcher's best examples being a football club
IF LIFE was a movie this is the time when we cut to the chase scene with action replacing endless talking,
AN OLD friend of Slugcatcher once told him that in a war it's the people circling a castle who have more
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BEACH Energy, to the best of Slugcatcher's knowledge, is not in the business of selling umbrellas, but
VULTURES are not the prettiest birds in the animal kingdom but they do a good job cleaning up a mess,
SHAREHOLDERS in Woodside Petroleum might not feel it, but collectively they are $1.1 billion wealthier
IT WASN'T a perfect double-bottom but as Slugcatcher was digesting news from the oil world last week
IF YOU thought all the bad news in the Australian petroleum industry had been aired over the past two
IT'S not easy being an oil optimist when the price is sliding back towards $US40 a barrel, but when you
EVERYONE WINS. It's not often something like that can be said about an event in the oil industry but
INVESTORS are a fickle lot, perhaps one of the few points on which Woodside Petroleum CEO Peter Coleman
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