Category Archives: 2015 E&P Budgets

The OCTG Inventory Survey 2Q15: A Can of Worms or A Keeper? 

Mid-summer has arrived, time to tackle another quarterly inventory survey. As y’all know, every three months we launch our “fishing expedition” designed to measure demand for upstream OCTG. This involves culling inventory counts by surveying truck terminals, mills, processors and … Continue reading

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2015 OCTG Forecast: After the ‘Drill’ Is Gone

It’s the beginning of a new year, the 29th for our Report, and this particular January feels like we’re starting from scratch; as in scratch our prior forecasts for 2015. Seems the new year started with a bang this past … Continue reading

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OCTG 2015 Forecasts: Cloudy with a Chance of Anything

Septober, Octember, Nowonder! The last three months have brought a dizzying array of uncertainty and speculation to the oil patch. A single news source will publish one article on the dire state of the crude oil market while the next … Continue reading

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