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Scientists are attempting to explain the fast relaxation times in unconventionals.
Larry Prado, Hart Energy's activity editor, summarizes some of the recent action across shale plays in the Rockies including an extended-reach Bakken/Three Forks well.
During the last 18 months, the economic climate and oil prices have been the primary focus for much of the industry, but technology has gained prominence.
The company, coming off a tough stretch that included bankruptcy reorganization, has $525 million in liquidity.
Positive results indicate that refracking in a low commodity price environment makes sense.
Australia is on the cusp of becoming the world’s largest LNG exporter. At AOG 2017, the question being asked is whether that will be good for the country?
In fourth-quarter 2016, nearly all of the $11.9 billion in transactions were made by public companies purchasing from private-equity firms.
Western Canada’s big unconventional play has its merits and its challenges. Improving midstream infrastructure will help producers tap its riches.
At NAPE, industry communicators agree that the oil and gas sector’s message is lost on the public and with it, the campaign for public support against environmentalist foes.
The country is looking for long-term partners as part of a farm-in application process, with U.S. companies working to attract investors.
Marathon closed a $1.3 billion year of deals announced or closed, including the sale of $155 million in Wyoming acreage.
Matador’s JV with a private company far exceeds analyst estimates, who considered the midstream infrastructure worth $250 million or so.