Often, crises serve as a catalyst for leaders’ growth, sparking talent and potential. This downturn struck the oil and gas industry like a blow to the head, and now it’s seeing stars—just not the kind you’d expect.
A U.S. Chamber of Commerce study found that the impacts of no shale oil and gas would be severe.
Reactions to OPEC’s announced curtailment of oil production ranged from moderate disbelief to severe skepticism.
In this week's video sponsored by NavPort: OPEC agrees to reduce oil output, while a big deal manifests in the Marcellus.
Vermilion Cliffs found itself smack in the middle of the summer’s hottest play, among billion-dollar deals and Apache’s billion-barrel oil discovery.
A University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology study said the play’s long-term potential to add production could impact the world.
How estate planning strategies can protect your assets.
Between balance sheet repair, drilling budgets and a possible Saudi IPO, operators ought to stock up now.
The producing group will agree to concrete levels of production by each country at its next formal meeting in November, sources say.
From the Permian Basin to the Marcellus Shale, pipelines deals scored a triumph to close out third quarter.
An elevated amount of water used in the Eagle Ford could lead to logistical problems when oil prices increase.
Some E&Ps will look to make an entrance in the Delaware while others may consider sales in other basins.