Oil and Gas World View

Warren Business Consulting is a management consulting and business training company founded by Angus Warren to provide strategic services to the energy industry, primarily in the oil and gas sector.Warren Business Consulting’s principal consultant and associates are all very experienced and work worldwide with a wide range of clients that has typically included oil and gas majors, independents, government ministries, national oil companies, technology companies, financial institutions and professional services firms.





Columns found: 15 Show results per page:
  • Wall Street drops, all three major averages post significant February gains

    Fri 9:05 pm

    Wall Street drops, all three major averages post significant February gains

    U.S. stocks finished moderately lower on Friday after a series of economic reports, including a second reading on fourth quarter GDP showed a 2.2% annual growth rate, lower than the previous 2.6% estimate. But the Dow rose 5.6% for the month, the Nasdaq jumped 7.1%, while the S&P 500 gained 5.5% in February, the best monthly percentage gains since 2011.

  • Dalradian trades at a deep discount given high quality assets: Dundee Capital

    Fri 7:23 pm

    Dalradian trades at a deep discount given high quality assets: Dundee Capital

    Dalradian Resources (TSE:DNA) received a lift Friday from analysts at Dundee Capital Markets, who upgraded their target price on the stock, citing improved investor sentiment and market conditions for the gold developer.

  • NioCorp closes $2.2 mln financing, more than meets TSX listing condition

    Fri 6:13 pm

    NioCorp closes $2.2 mln financing, more than meets TSX listing condition

    NioCorp Developments (CVE:NB)(OTCQX:NIOBF) has completed a $2.19 million private placement financing, satisfying the main condition of its major move to the Toronto Stock Exchange.

  • TSX rises as resource producers, banks advance

    Fri 6:02 pm

    TSX rises as resource producers, banks advance

    Canadian shares advanced today, led by commodity and financial stocks as data showed the U.S. economy expanded at a slower pace in the fourth quarter than previously reported. The Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) rose 0.6 percent to 15,330.77 at 12:37 p.m. in Toronto.