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Amid industry consolidation, Colorado’s RockPile Energy Services will augment Keane’s services primarily in the Permian Basin and the Bakken.
Quantum Energy Partners again buys Noble’s Appalachia assets in two deals valued at $1.9 billion.
The company, based in Fort Worth, Texas, has a $500 million line of equity from Warburg Pincus.
SM Energy says its Eagle Ford sale in March meets its spending needs for now, but returning the Bakken production to the company means little.
The oil-rich Bakken may have been dozing during the downturn, but with a slow recovery in commodity prices, A&D activity could awaken.
WildHorse is purchasing about 111,000 net acres from Anadarko Petroleum and KKR, boosting its position to the second largest operator in the Eagle Ford.
At the Energy Capital Conference, A&D gurus mused over the current wealth of deals in the Permian, the selloff elsewhere for capital and transactions hurtling toward the Powder River Basin.
The company, seeking transformation, plans to focus on the Eagle Ford Shale’s oil window.
With one large bolt-on under its belt in the first quarter, WPX added another in the Delaware, but most first-quarter deals added slivers of acreage.
Linn Energy emerged from bankruptcy protection in February and is marketing several assets as it looks to focus on the Scoop, Stack and Merge plays.
CEO David Stover said the sale enables Noble to further focus on its highest-return areas, including the Delaware Basin.
Located in the sweet spot of the Bone Spring, the deal expands the company's footprint into an area with producing horizons similar to its existing acreage, CEO Mark Papa said.