Exclusives

Technology Remains The Game Changer For Oil, Gas Industry

Companies embrace predictive analytics to improve production.

November 21 2014

New Publications: October 2014

New articles on unconventionals, published every month.

November 21 2014

Apache To Shed Noncore Anadarko, South Louisiana Properties For $1.4 Billion

Proceeds from the transactions will fund the company’s 2014 leasehold program.

November 20 2014

Oil And Gas Already Feeling Pressure From Reduced Water Resources

Companies should start thinking about the resource as a way to fuel long-term growth, says Deloitte’s Sarni.

November 20 2014

Running Out The Clock: Southwestern Marcellus Deal Needs Statoil’s Consent

An update on the transaction should come in the next few days.

November 19 2014

Keystone XL Vote Dies In Senate

In spite of Louisiana Sen. Landrieu’s efforts, the bill fails to gain necessary votes. 

November 19 2014

EIA: Increased LNG Exports Mean Higher Natural Gas Prices

Three-quarters of the expected production uptick will come from shale sources.

November 18 2014

Halliburton, Baker Hughes Agree To $35 Billion Merger

Expect a ‘long drawn-out process’ with closing not likely until second half of 2015 or after, analyst says.

November 17 2014
Jeffrey Fisher American Energy Partners

American Energy Partners’ Plan: Keep Marching On

Drop in crude oil prices might create breathing room for industry, COO Fisher says.

November 17 2014

The Bakken Matures: Oil Production Will Peak In 2016, Analyst Says

North Dakota set a monthly record for production but some parts of the play can’t make money.

November 14 2014

Juggernaut: Halliburton, Baker Hughes Merger Could Require Significant Divestments

A merger is likely to undergo rigorous antitrust scrutiny.

November 14 2014

So Far, Shale Production Unshakeable In Face Of Crude Price Plunge

Collectively, the Bakken, Eagle Ford and Permian Basin will make up more than half of December’s production.

November 14 2014

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