- Tight Gas & Oil
- Gas Hydrates
The purchased acreage, which is entirely undeveloped, represents a natural bolt-on to Gulfport's existing position in the shale play and translates to $12,700 per acre.
E&Ps and service companies, such as Halliburton, are using sand, ceramics and other substances to draw out as much hydrocarbon as possible, but it’s a daunting challenge.
Chesapeake settles with affiliate, but will pursue case that accuses its former CEO of misappropriating “highly sensitive trade secrets from the company” about the Utica Shale and other areas.