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Trader sentiment remains the biggest single driver of crude prices as Stratas Advisors forecasts Brent to hover around $45 this week.
Some oil and gas companies are turning to processes that search data and detect patterns to ultimately predict the likelihood of equipment failures and other challenges.
With operators drilling faster and employing longer laterals, completions now require triple the volumes of water per frack than five years ago, according to Bluefield Research.
The sales price of Jones’ Arkoma assets was about 35% higher than an analyst’s estimates.
Qatar shipments of oil and natural gas are being blockaded by its neighbors, which could shine a spotlight on the stability of U.S. and Australian LNG.
Babst Calland cites regulatory and consolidation challenges that beset operators in the Marcellus and Utica.
EQT’s CEO says a second phase is emerging in the shale natural gas revolution—one that disavows a growth-at-any-cost model.
Hess agreed to sell EOR assets to Oxy, which in turn parted with acreage at the ‘tail end’ of its inventory in separate deals totaling $600 million each.
The top three service companies—Schlumberger, Halliburton and Baker Hughes—have all been working to gain better positioning within the market.
Stratas Advisors expects that crude inventories will decrease between 2.5 and 3.5 million barrels as U.S. crude runs remain stable.
The acquisition of Rice’s acreage and midstream business in the Marcellus and Utica is set to make EQT the largest producer of natural gas in the U.S.
Kirby Corp. sees the purchase as an opportunity to buy into the oilfield services recovery.