Cheniere’s CEO tells producers that more competition, liquidity on the horizon.
WPX Energy and Bill Barrett are among E&Ps actively divesting assets to pay off debt, pay for their own acquisitions or focus on core plays. Other companies are trying to buy, but continue to see private equity beat them out.
Dire market conditions may have caused some to consider halting investment offshore, especially given a strong shale presence onshore. But Noble Energy sees opportunity.
Since August, RSP Permian’s acquisitions have added net production of 3,500 boe/d, 277 net horizontal locations and 47,000 net effective horizontal acres while raising liquidity enough to offset overspending.
Continued U.S. NGL supply growth is driving U.S. and global petrochemical infrastructure investment.
In its 41-year history, Simmons has executed more than 830 strategic advisory transactions and 330 private and public financings with a total value of about $260 billion.
Marathon Petroleum increases its cash offer to MarkWest—again—as a “best and final” offer as it tries to entice the MLP’s unitholders to vote in favor of selling the company.
Ambassador Edward P. Djerejian’s comments on energy and geopolitics in a speech to the IPAA’s 86th annual meeting in early November seem prescient in light of the terrorist attacks in Paris and Lebanon several days later.