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Hildebrand will remain Hilcorp’s executive chairman and continue to be heavily involved in the company’s operations, a spokesman said.
Longer laterals and bigger completions have changed the game for Chesapeake in the Haynesville, vice president Tim Beard said at Hart Energy’s inaugural DUG Haynesville conference.
As the Northeast drives natural gas supply growth in the U.S., The Williams Cos. says it is ready.
Diversified Gas & Oil has agreements to purchase Alliance Petroleum for $95 million and assets from CNX Resources for $85 million, the company said.
Tinkering with completions in the Haynesville Shale has led operators to better wells and expanded the economic sweet spots.
Three Rivers, headed by CEO Mike Wichterich, will sell its 57,000-net-acre position to an undisclosed buyer after initially marketing its Permian Basin assets last April.
Additional sand supplies are expected to come online this year but supplies remain tight as E&Ps test completion techniques, eye prices and work to keep down costs.
In the week since our last edition of What’s Affecting Oil Prices, Brent prices averaged around $63.68/bbl last week, within the expected range.
Energy Transfer executive describes new Rover pipeline that is ‘a bullet line over to the market.’
The Appalachian Basin’s other play has grown up as takeaway capacity comes online.
Citizen Energy CEO Greg Augsburger loves the Anadarko Basin but is unconvinced by the ‘in vogue’ pure-play trend, preferring to chase rocks that give the best results.
At the recent NAPE Global Business Conference, panelists from Hess and Akin Gump gave insight on what plays into developing resources in the Lower 48 or international deepwater.