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News for April 23, 2014
In accordance with the settlement agreement, Endeavour will pay SM Energy $5 million and issue a note for $4.5 million.
Are the shale plays a revolution, or a retirement party?
The more than two-year glut in pressure-pumping equipment used to shoot water, sand and chemicals underground to release trapped oil and natural gas is easing “much faster” than expected, according to Halliburton's CEO.
Kemira will open a new office in downtown Houston at the end of this year or in early 2015 to capture more of the oil and gas market.
Moore joined Gulfport in July 2000 as its CFO and was appointed president of the company in August 2013.
The company has identified 'hundreds' of low-risk oil drilling opportunities in Kansas.
- free News for April 22, 2014
One analyst expects MHR to announce the sale of the Appalachian Basin assets for $65 million.
A subsidiary of McClendon’s American Energy Partners LP is paying between $23,500 and $26,000 a day to rent seven rigs from Chesapeake.
PetroChina Co., the nation’s largest energy producer, will seek to achieve an output of 2.6 billion cubic meters by 2015 by using 28 new platforms.
These completed projects are part of the partnership's previously announced $6.0 billion to $6.4 billion capital-growth program through 2016.
TransCanada's CEO released a statement after the Department of State announced it was extending its review period.
Suncor is working with the appropriate authorities and will complete a full investigation into the cause of the incident.
The company expects to start drilling another well in the area later this year.
News for April 17, 2014
The new rail terminal, located south of Interstate 10 in Harwood, Texas, and Santrol's second in Gonzales County, is serving the north central part of the shale play.
The pipeline, approximately 40 miles in length, will be capable of receiving and transporting up to 125,000 barrels per day of light crude oil and condensate.