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Eagle Ford May Reopen For A&D Business, But With Limited Hours

Few transactions have emerged in the Eagle Ford in 2016 but a new company is using the 'acquire and exploit' model to cut deals with large leaseholders for noncore assets.
private equity, A&D, permian, midland, delaware, service, oil

Oil And Gas Industry’s Money Machine Has $1 Billion Day

Two companies said they obtained equity commitments on May 24 while another equity fund raised $600 million.
oil supply, WTI, Brent, Henry Hub, EIA, production, shale

Celestial Navigation: The Latest Production, Supply And Exploration Predictions

The U.S. might not need shale oil growth now, but from 2017-2020 demand will require an additional 0.7-0.9 MMbbl/d annually, an analyst said.
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Midstream Gears Up For Permian Basin Flow

As E&Ps become more efficient at finding ways to grow production, the midstream sector is getting ready to handle what comes its way when commodity prices rise by improving infrastructure.
delaware basin, Permian, Parsley, working interest, NRI

Trigger-Happy Acquirer Parsley Pulls Another Buy In Delaware Basin

The company purchased mineral rights under its existing acreage to increase its working interest and net revenue interest.
M&A, A&D, goldman sachs, RSPP, Permian, Eagle Ford, deals

Top M&A Picks Emerge After Range’s $4.4 Billion Merger

Even companies with large inventories continue to seek out value in buying companies. Goldman Sachs rated companies in a point system that determines the likelihood of M&A activity. Top picks include RSP Permian.
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The Old Merger And The Sea: Can FMC, Technip Combo Compete With Shale?

FMC Technologies will contribute 39% of the company’s enterprise value and own 49% of a stake in the merger with Technip. But is it worth it?

What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week? (May 23, 2016)

For the upcoming week Stratas Advisors expects that the price of Brent crude oil will trade between $47 and $49 during the first part of the week, and then will move toward $50 later in the week. Additionally, the firm is forecasting that the Brent-WTI differential will trade between 5 cents and 45 cents with respect to the July contract.
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