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A survey of the 50 largest listed global oil and gas companies found that cutting-edge technology and the pressures applied by the downturn compressed the global marginal cost of oil.
Demand is expected to pick up in the second quarter, according to OPEC’s president. But that doesn’t mean another extension is off the table.
Magellan is developing a new crude oil pipeline in the Permian to address projected takeaway capacity constraints and also give marine export capability.
Advanced water management techniques coupled with innovative thinking and new technologies are helping balance the needs of unconventional oil and gas E&P with the needs of the public.
Hart Energy recently spoke with Jim Summers, CEO of H2O Midstream, about the impact of water on shale operators’ bottom line and how the industry’s approach toward water management is changing.
Crescent Point Energy’s withdrawal from Canada’s largest oil and gas lobbying group was called partisan by political scientist Keith Brownsey, citing two major conservative parties’ announcement to merge just five days before the withdrawal was announced.
Stratas Advisors’ Jeff Quigley is in Vienna and will offer in-depth analysis from the OPEC meeting.
Since the summer months of 2016, activity has been on the mend in the Haynesville as rigs consistently picked up and are expected to remain steady throughout 2017-2018.
Larry Prado, Hart Energy's activity editor, summarizes recent action in the Appalachian Basin including Utica Shale discoveries and a 119-well Marcellus drilling program planned for 2017.
The company paid one-third to one-half average Ward County, Texas, prices for the position.
The $400 million JV, a drop in the capex bucket for EOG, will last four years but could draw out value over the long term.
Power distributors in New York and New England are chomping at the bit for more natural gas. Why can’t they get it?