Peter McNally

491 Flips | 86 Magazines | 2 Following | 38 Followers | @ppmcnallyjr | I am an investment management professional with nearly two decades of experience. My primary area of interest is the global energy space, and I have travelled to every continent in that effort. I have experience in related industries such as industrials and basic materials, and I have done extensive work on commodities, especially crude oil, refined products, and natural gas. I am a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Bucknell University and I hold an International MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Finally, I have achieved the CFA designation.

Basra: Hopes of Iraq’s oil capital going up in flames

When Munir started out as an oil contractor in Basra in 2007, Iraq was under occupation and suffering a brutal insurgency. Even that, he laments, was …

Some International Companies Cautiously Return to Iraq

After years of turmoil, the country appears to be stabilizing, attracting deal-scouting executives<p>BASRA, Iraq—For years, Iraq has careened from crisis to crisis. Now, some foreign companies see opportunity as the turmoil appears to be subsiding.<p>After disruptive anti-corruption protests earlier this …

Stock Markets

Aramco Buyer Beware: The Risky Track Record of Government Oil

Several listed, state-run oil firms have stumbled<p>Saudi Arabian Oil Co. has captured the oil industry’s attention with plans for an initial public offering that could raise more than $100 billion, but some investors are wary, pointing to the track records of other government-controlled energy …

Oil

Consolidation In Libyan Oil – A Major Red Flag For Oil Markets?

A political breakthrough in Libya could potentially contribute to the return of some of the country’s disrupted oil production.<p>Libya has been torn …

Inpex Asked to Submit Indonesia's Abadi Project POD Using Onshore LNG Plant

by Rigzone Staff<p>Monday, April 04, 2016<p>Japan's Inpex Corp. received a notice Monday from the Indonesian government informing the operator to submit a …

Shell signs up for Black Sea block

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Black Sea

Resource-rich markets at risk: Azerbaijan

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Azerbaijan

Mexican President Names New Head of State Oil Company

José Antonio González Anaya to lead Pemex as company struggles with fall in global oil prices<p>MEXICO CITY—Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on Monday replaced the chief executive of Petróleos Mexicanos, shuffling the management of the state oil company as it struggles with the fallout from the …

Oil & Gas Industry

Decision looms for gas fields off Poland

Plans to develop two natural gas and condensate fields offshore Poland have advanced with the award of a preliminary contract for an onshore gas …

Global gas market braced for price war

Could Gazprom be about to start a price war in the global gas market?<p>With the prospect of a wave of US liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplies starting …

Saudi debt sale at mercy of oil volatility

Saudi Arabia’s ambition to tap global bond markets in 2016 has international banks lobbying hard for a place on the deal, competing to convince …

Azerbaijan resorts to capital controls as oil crunch worsens

Azerbaijan is to impose a 20 per cent tax on transactions to remove cash from the country, as the oil-dependent government tries to contain a …

Iran's petroleum production expected to increase as sanctions are lifted

(Tue, 19 Jan 2016) Implementation day for the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), an agreement among Iran, the P5+1 (the five permanent …

United Nations

Kazakhstan Looks to Private Equity for Help With Its $93 Billion Cash Pile

KKR & Co. founder Henry Kravis, Blackstone Group LP Chairman Stephen Schwarzman and Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein were among the guests …

Investing

Armed with intel, U.S. strikes curtail IS oil sector

An intensifying campaign of U.S. air strikes on the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS) has nearly shut down its oil operations in Iraq and has …

Pemex targets refinery stake sales in bid to balance oil losses

Pemex, Mexico’s state oil company, is examining selling down some of its refinery interests as it reels from a record third-quarter loss.<p>Having …

Iran offers flexible oil contracts to attract foreign investors

Iran has revealed a new model of oil and gas contracts to lure back international oil companies, offering more flexible terms on price fluctuations …

Solving the puzzle of India’s petrochemical-intermediates shortfall

The country’s upstream petrochemical and downstream specialties industries are expanding healthily. But a combination of moves will be needed to meet …

Gulf Coast

Kazakhstan faces oil dilemma as prices plunge

In Texas or the North Sea, oil companies struggling with falling prices are firing thousands of employees. In Kazakhstan, it is not so simple.<p>The …

Iran prepares to open up to foreign oil companies

It is customary in Iran to refuse an offer several times before agreeing to take it, whether it be an invitation to tea or a business deal. Foreign …

Eastern European shale exploration on ice as boom turns to bust

Whatever happened to the much-heralded eastern European shale gas boom? The answer is that, for now at least, it has quietly become a bust.<p>Even more …

Kachikwu gets major reform of NNPC under way

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