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Vermilion Cliffs found itself smack in the middle of the summer’s hottest play, among billion-dollar deals and Apache’s billion-barrel oil discovery.
A University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology study said the play’s long-term potential to add production could impact the world.
The producing group will agree to concrete levels of production by each country at its next formal meeting in November, sources say.
An elevated amount of water used in the Eagle Ford could lead to logistical problems when oil prices increase.
As natural gas producers work to improve wellhead economics, the timing of proposed LNG projects and declining U.S. exports could impact future production.
Larry Prado, Hart Energy's activity editor, summarizes some of the recent action in the Delaware including Apache's Alpine High and a Wolfcamp discovery by Devon.
Longer laterals and debundling services are among the cost-saving and value-generating moves as E&Ps aim for higher returns amid lower commodity prices.
Rice said that its deal to buy Vantage Energy’s Marcellus, Utica and Barnett shale assets will increase its enterprise value to $9 billion.
Operators at DUG Eagle Ford indicate they are getting more from the play at lower costs.
Once the leading U.S. natural gas play, the Haynesville is generating interest due to LNG and improved economics.
From ‘keep it in the ground’ to natural gas as a bridge fuel for the future, Bruce Culpepper offers scenarios for oil and gas in 2050.
Encana Corp. also launched an equity offering for $1 billion, raising the possibility of a Montney sale, analyst says.