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Stephen Chazen, former president of Occidental, will lead a new company that hopes to raise more than $600 million for shale gas acquisitions.
However, sellers’ value expectations may lead to a widening of the bid-ask spread, PwC said.
Private-equity firms are spotting deals and purchasing large, legacy assets that E&Ps are jettisoning as they look for efficiencies and innovation to turn profits.
Within one week, $3.5 billion in midstream A&D activity has lit up the Midland and Delaware basins.
Nonop interest in 1,700 producing Fayetteville and Moorefield shale wells, once owned by McClendon while he was Chesapeake’s CEO, are for sale.
A Delaware Basin-focused producer describes where the special-purpose acquisition companies will spend and why $20,000 an acre is relatively cheap.
NuStar agreed to acquire Navigator Energy Services for $1.475 billion, marking the San Antonio-based company’s entry into the Permian Basin.
Speculation over potential Haynesville IPOs has included Vine and 2016 deal makers Indigo Minerals and Covey Park Energy.
A hedge fund wants BHP to split from its U.S. oil business, including the Gulf of Mexico, which it sees as a $22 billion misfit.
The Dallas-based company plans to use proceeds to fund the development of its core Haynesville and Bossier shale assets.
Non-Canadian companies have sold or announced divestments of $25.6 billion since 2016.
Carbon Natural Gas plans to fill a hole left in conventional areas by larger E&Ps that have moved on to the Marcellus and Utica shales.