The U.S. Chamber of Commerce said billions in revenues and thousands of jobs would be lost if a energy production on federal lands is banned.
The company is attempting to restructure its debts with creditors, who would receive a large share of any divestment proceeds.
Matt Vining, the chief commercial officer and co-founder of Navigator Energy Services, discussed why the company chose to work in the Permian Basin and how it is steering through the downturn.
Japan, South Korea cut back on LNG imports, but emerging Asian markets increase demand, EIA says.
The lease sale generated just more than $18 million in bids.
The deal, which adds a second core operating area to PDC's portfolio, consists of about 57,000 net acres in Reeves and Culberson counties in West Texas.
EIA’s long-term projection has the Bakken taking over as largest the U.S. tight oil play.
U.S. firms across the value chain can take advantage of opportunities that will emerge from Mexico’s energy reform, say experts at EnerCom.
In just about two years, the company assembled a premier position in the basin with a motto to be 'fit, fast and efficient.'
Activist investor Meister seeks to install his own board of directors for Williams.
Fresh from recent Permian deal making, WPX Energy and QEP Resources have both signaled their intent to continue hunting for acquisitions.