June 2015, Vol. 242, No. 6

Features

Oil, Gas Operators Managing Risks When Energy Prices are Down

Today, let’s imagine that we are a company producing oil and gas in the Eagle Ford Shale, the Permian Basin, and the Denver-Julesburg Basin in Colorado. We own and operate well pads, pipelines flowing from wells to facilities treating those flows, and bigger pipelines which take our products to sales points and “ring the cash register.” What has happened in the past 10 months? Product prices have declined precipitously, our share price is down, and we’ve “pulled the horns in” financially in a number of ways. Times are tough for our imaginary company. Operating our for-profit business has a lot of potentially positive outcomes. It can provide goods and/or

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