Welcome to the latest edition of the SA Energy Recap. This week, we provide the regular list of interesting articles, as well as a recap of the week's bankruptcies in the energy sector and a quick review of weekly changes in the U.S. oil rig count.
It was another busy week in the energy space, with news of refinery strikes in France and a wave of violence in Nigeria affecting oil production.
Energy Articles of Note
"Why OPEC's Spare Crude Production Capacity Is Almost Irrelevant" By Robert Boslego
"Bakken Update: Oil Hedges In The Wolfcamp And Its Effect On Capping Oil Prices" By Michael Filloon
"Oil Discoveries In 2015: The Lowest Since 1952 Set The Stage For Future Oil Price Spike" By Michael Fitzsimmons
"Will A Looming Minor Credit Covenant Breach Force Tidewater Into Bankruptcy?" By Henrik Alex (Please note that a Pro subscription is required to read the full article.)
Energy Sector Bankruptcies for the Week Ended May 27, 2016
On Friday of this week, Hercules Offshore (NASDAQ:HERO) announced that it had "entered into a restructuring support agreement with its lenders through a pre-packaged Chapter 11 plan."
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U.S. Oil Rig Count as of May 27, 2016
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