Oil & Gas Joint Ventures


Pacific National Capital prides itself on building strong, long lasting relationships with oil & gas industry clients by providing fair, reliable, consistent, and competitive delivery of structured, customized oil & gas joint venture solutions to solve challenges and meet financial goals. Our expertise on the oil & gas and energy industry is driven by a dedicated team of energy specialists, who understand the unique challenges facing oil professionals.

Please contact us right away and our team together with our strategic partners will quickly assess your needs and can move quickly to structure an oil & gas joint venture drilling program and/ or joint venture acquisition that will create high levels of mutual value over a long period of time.

At the current time we are considering all oil & gas opportunites dometic and abroad.

Don't hesitate to call us today.




Pacific National Capital 's Daily Oil & Gas News

OGTC Launches Virtual Hackathon
The Oil & Gas Technology Centre has launched its first virtual hackathon event.

Oil Flat as OPEC Supply Offsets Economic Gains
Oil held near $41 a barrel in New York after the biggest gain in two weeks.

BP Cuts Dividend for First Time Since 2010
BP cut its dividend for the first time in a decade, removing a cornerstone of its investment case.

NEO Energy Wraps Up North Sea Total Deal
NEO Energy has completed the acquisition of a portfolio of operated and non-operated assets in the UK North Sea from Total Oil UK Ltd and Total E&P North Sea UK Ltd.

Neptune Makes Largest 2020 Norway Discovery
Neptune Energy has announced the commercial discovery of oil at the Dugong well in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.

Oil Prices Rise Amid Recovery Signs
Oil rose the most in nearly two weeks.

ExxonMobil Rips Up $30B Growth Plan
As recently as March, the Texas giant had pinned its future to huge capital spending on oil and natural gas.

Oxy Restores Cuts to Employee Pay
Occidental Petroleum Corp. has restored employee pay cuts imposed after oil prices tumbled and doubled the salary cap for executives to $500,000 a year.

Oil Newcomer Guyana Avoids Pariah Status
Guyana's electoral authorities have finally named a president after a five-month constitutional crisis.

OPEC Gulf Nations Ended Extra Cuts in July
The cartel largely persevered with its strategy to revive the global oil industry.