Media Appearances

Oil Tumbles As Price War Erupts (Bloomberg)

Dan Pickering joins Vonnie Quinn on Bloomberg on March 9, 2020 to share how critical it is that the US energy market embrace a Value Over Volume approach following the failed OPEC-Russia deal and sudden drop in oil prices.

Oil Rebounds After Worst Day Since First Gulf War (CNBC)

Brian Sullivan highlights Dan Pickering’s commentary around the importance of the Value Over Volume approach on CNBC’s Squawk Box morning of March 10, 2020.


Sound On: Market Plunge, Coronavirus Impact, 2020 (Bloomberg Podcast)

Bloomberg Chief Washington Correspondent Kevin Cirilli delivers insight and analysis on the latest headlines from the White House and Capitol Hill, including conversations with influential lawmakers and key figures in politics and policy. Kevin talked to Kriti Gupta, Bloomberg Markets Live team reporter about today’s market plunge and Dan Pickering, Founder and Chief Investment Officer at Pickering Energy Partners in Houston discussed the oil markets and Coronavirus.

Bloomberg Sound On

Bloodbath For America’s Oil Frackers As Saudis Declare Price War On Russia (Forbes)

In a day of historic economic carnage, oil prices have collapsed 30% to less than $30 per barrel, after Saudi Arabia pledged to flood the oil market in a battle for market share with Russia. […]


Oil Price Crash Triggers Decisions To Slow Drilling (Journal of Petroleum Technology)

An influential investor said the oil crash in progress is not as bad as it was in 2014 for investor-owned oil companies. It is worse.
That judgement was offered by Dan Pickering, founder of Pickering Energy Partners, who pointed out that this time, cash-strapped producers do not have a financial safety net. […]


Shale Drillers Are Staring Down Barrel at Worst Oil Bust Yet (Bloomberg)

America’s shale drillers have never faced an oil bust quite like this.
The split between Russia and its one-time OPEC allies last week has ignited an all-out price war. […]


There is No Place to Hide in Energy (Dallas Business Journal)

The energy industry is experiencing unprecedented volatility today, as oil prices had the largest single-day drop since the U.S. invaded Iraq in 1991 and company stock prices plunged, despite a 15-minute trading halt. Blame coronavirus fears that are dampening demand and Russia refusing to cut production along with OPEC to help prop up oil prices, with Saudi Arabia reportedly launching an oil price war. […]