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After a breathtaking performance in the first quarter, the Permian Basin appears to have lost some of its steam heading into the end of the second.
The sales price of Jones’ Arkoma assets was about 35% higher than an analyst’s estimates.
EQT’s CEO says a second phase is emerging in the shale natural gas revolution—one that disavows a growth-at-any-cost model.
The tender was held about six months after the country’s successful deepwater auction and comes amid a shaky market recovery.
Hess agreed to sell EOR assets to Oxy, which in turn parted with acreage at the ‘tail end’ of its inventory in separate deals totaling $600 million each.
The acquisition of Rice’s acreage and midstream business in the Marcellus and Utica is set to make EQT the largest producer of natural gas in the U.S.
Kirby Corp. sees the purchase as an opportunity to buy into the oilfield services recovery.
The deal with Covenant Testing Technologies divests a noncore asset while helping boost Key’s liquidity above $100 million.
On June 19, Mexico's second oil tender kicks off with 36 players, 20 individual companies and 16 consortia trying to snag the best deal.
Three midstream operators in the Delaware follow their buying spree by building up assets.
The JV pushes the value of WPX’s oil and gas infrastructure to $863 million and gives its long-term Delaware development a ‘competitive advantage,’ CEO Muncrief says.
Combined with a sale announced in May, Titan Energy said it will eliminate $189 million in debt through deals so far in 2017.