Licensing


 

Pacific National Capital is licensed to do Oil & Gas, Energy, Commercial Real Estate and Construction joint ventures and loans worldwide.

Programs subject to change without notice. Some state and other restrictions apply. California Real Estate Correspondent Mortgage Broker.

California Bureau
of Real Estate License # 01937879.

Remaining state licensing through our affiliates.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions.




Pacific National Capital 's Daily Oil & Gas News

Crude Oil Inches Downward
WTI and Brent futures finished the day lower.

Ensco and Rowan Merger Given Final Approval
More than four months after originally announcing their plans to merge, offshore drilling contractors Ensco plc and Rowan Companies plc Rowan Companies plc have been given the final green light.

Wintershall, DEA Plan to Axe 1,000 Jobs
After Wintershall and DEA complete their merger this year, the newly formed company will be cutting 1,000 jobs.

UAE Refinery Contract Goes to Wood
ADNOC plans to expand its refining complex at Ruwais, UAE. PHOTO SOURCE: ADNOC.

Empty Supertankers Uncover Truths About Today's Oil Market
Twelve empty supertankers plowing across thousands of miles of ocean toward America's Gulf of Mexico coastline are revealing truths about today's global oil market.

Brent-WTI Spread Likely to Continue to Narrow
The Brent-WTI spread is likely to continue to narrow in the near term, according to Cantor Fitzgerald Europe.

Oil Extends Gains
Oil extended gains from a 3-month high as industry data signaled a limited increase in American crude stockpiles, and on signs that the U.S. and China are moving closer to a trade deal.

Permian Oil and Gas Production to Hit New Records
Oil and gas production in the Permian will hit new records next month, according to the EIA.

Ophir Adviser Joins Efforts to Disrupt Takeover
One of Ophir Energy's earliest investors is adding to pressure the exploration company is facing over a takeover plan.

Crude Oil Up Amid Growing Spread
Both the WTI and Brent finished higher Wednesday as the spread between the two benchmarks reached levels not seen since Nov. 2018.





















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