In fourth-quarter 2016, nearly all of the $11.9 billion in transactions were made by public companies purchasing from private-equity firms.
Expo attendees had a bounce in their step once again. Oil and Gas Investor's editors recap the event.
The country is looking for long-term partners as part of a farm-in application process, with U.S. companies working to attract investors.
At NAPE, industry communicators agree that the oil and gas sector’s message is lost on the public and with it, the campaign for public support against environmentalist foes.
An interview with Yup Kim, who helps oversee special opportunities for the Alaska Permanent Fund.
Marathon closed a $1.3 billion year of deals announced or closed, including the sale of $155 million in Wyoming acreage.
Matador’s JV with a private company far exceeds analyst estimates, who considered the midstream infrastructure worth $250 million or so.
Talara Capital Management could put $500 million to work over the next two years to fund five or six assets, managing partner and CIO David Zusman said.
Australia-based, but Alaska-focused 88 Energy was Australian Stock Index star as the country’s oil and gas sector climbed out of a very deep hole.
The complexity of mineral ownership and working interests creates opportunities for landmen who can put together large tracts of acreage, Sheffield said.
Speculative traders trying to gauge OPEC’s commitment to production cuts could leave the markets bruised.
In this video special report, NAPE 2017 attendees opine on the recovery, the next hot spot for deals and this year's expo.