With second-quarter earnings season for oil and gas companies looming, analysts weighed in on expected themes.
What progress has been made and what happens next?
EOG appears to be marketing some of the acreage it purchased from Yates Petroleum in 2016 for about $2.5 billion.
The company said it signed an agreement to sell its Pinedale assets and closed the sale of noncore Wyoming assets.
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.
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A Strasburger & Price partner discusses intellectual property rights issues involving oil and gas companies.
Dewhurst talks on camera about E&P Falcon Seaboard’s prospects in the Permian Basin and his personal touch with mineral rights owners.
Analysts estimated the Medallion-Midland Basin pipeline could be worth anywhere from $2.2 billion to $1.4 billion, with about half of the proceeds going to Laredo.
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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.