- Tight Gas & Oil
- Gas Hydrates
Well stimulation levels have bottomed in the Greater Rockies following 18 months of decline, though significant activity expansion isn't likely anytime soon, service providers tell Hart Energy.
Low crude prices and lack of gas-directed drilling bump up against growing demand. The result could be a price jump for U.S. natural gas.
Larry Prado, Hart Energy's activity editor, summarizes some of the recent action in dry shale gas basins by companies including Southwestern Energy, Newfield Exploration and Comstock.
EIA’s long-term projection has the Bakken taking over as the largest U.S. tight oil play.
The deal, which adds a second core operating area to PDC's portfolio, consists of about 57,000 net acres in Reeves and Culberson counties in West Texas.
Operators have alternatives when it comes to EOR technology and one process appears less costly than others.
U.S. firms across the value chain can take advantage of opportunities that will emerge from Mexico’s energy reform, say experts at EnerCom.
Further optimization could lead to better frack designs, stage and well spacing, greater production and ultimately, more profit.
Halliburton is easily on top in the D-J and the Greater Green River basins, but ceded share in the second quarter.
The Oklahoma City company is continuing to chip away at its balance sheet to pay down debt with the sale of 80,000 net acres in North Dakota and Montana.
But it might be time for investors ‘to think about getting back into energy, industrials and healthcare,’ an analyst says.
Former Texas Railroad Commission chairman tells EnerCom conference that the nation can do more to help its struggling energy industry.