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When it comes to refracturing, “pioneers need to blaze a new trail,” according to one panelist at the DUG East technical roundtable session.
The Denver-based private operator has found success using its thrust fault experience to drill in the transition zone near the Marcellus outcrop in northeast Pennsylvania.
Dewhurst talks on camera about E&P Falcon Seaboard’s prospects in the Permian Basin and his personal touch with mineral rights owners.
Solvents are playing a role in efforts to reduce greenhouse gas and lower the carbon intensity of oil sands crude oil in Canada.
Analysts estimated the Medallion-Midland Basin pipeline could be worth anywhere from $2.2 billion to $1.4 billion, with about half of the proceeds going to Laredo.
Technology is helping boost production and lower costs for U.S. shale players, but analysts say rising volumes are pressuring oil prices.
The company says both higher EURs and water protection lead to value creation.
Stratas Advisors’ Oil Comparables Weekly shows less in storage, lower field production than expected.
The company’s A&D activity stands to increase its holdings in the basin by 37% if all deals close.
The industry’s biggest oilfield services companies are making strategic moves to differentiate their products and services.
Low oil prices are jamming some private-equity companies in the Delaware Basin from selling while large-scale deals get slightly cheaper.
The move to incorporate more digital technologies into projects comes as the oil and gas industry copes with lower commodity prices.