Exploration & Production - Exclusives
Private equity-backed Chisholm, Boomtown Oil and Antioch Energy are focused on the northern Delaware Basin, Eagle Ford and the Arkoma Basin. Here are their assets and their plans.
Early signs point to a potential struggle within even the most productive parts of the shale patch, increasing the odds of an OPEC deal extension beyond March. But will that actually happen?
Statistics from the Aug. 16 sale show 27 companies participated and submitted 99 bids on 90 tracts. Total E&P USA submitted the highest single bid at $12.1 million.
In the horizontal San Andres play in the Permian Basin, private oil companies are kickstarting success by sharing drilling and completion data.
Fasten those seatbelts. Oil and gas has a been busier than commonly understood and the tsunami of accelerating field work in first-half 2017 will add significant crude oil production by year-end 2017.
Output from the oil sands is set to increase this year. Could the U.S. Gulf Coast be a destination as a replacement for Venezuelan oil?
Talos Energy and partners announced a discovery of 1.4 billion to 2 billion barrels of oil in place offshore Mexico. CEO Tim Duncan talks about this historic first.
Technology “has been the common denominator” that has powered the oil and gas industry to its current status in the world’s economy and will be vital for its future, according to the president of ExxonMobil’s XTO Energy Inc. unit.
The company has experimented with using less sand and more fluid along with tighter spacing.
The Denver-based private operator has found success using its thrust fault experience to drill in the transition zone near the Marcellus outcrop in northeast Pennsylvania.
Technology is helping boost production and lower costs for U.S. shale players, but analysts say rising volumes are pressuring oil prices.
The company says both higher EURs and water protection lead to value creation.