Finance - Exclusives
Global inventories and a re-emergence of corporate M&A activity could improve the apathetic-to-low investment sentiment.
The coming deregulation of the U.S. energy industry will set off a private capital investment wave that will finally address the infrastructure ‘bottleneck’ of the oil and gas market.
A new survey reveals that bankers show some confidence that a crude price floor has been reached.
Recent reports suggested the floating will be at least $500 billion less than the government previously suggested.
Baker Botts attorney says fate of regulations is unclear.
Lilis Energy plans to use the capital to build on the momentum of assembling a 10,000-net acre position in the core of the Delaware.
Stephen Chazen, former president of Occidental, will lead a new company that hopes to raise more than $600 million for shale gas acquisitions.
Art Krasny, managing director at Wells Fargo Securities, spoke with Hart Energy about Lower 48 deals at the Energy Capital Conference.
The Permian is the most sought-after basin in the U.S., thanks to a wealth of resources that can be extracted at attractively low costs.
A Delaware Basin-focused producer describes where the special-purpose acquisition companies will spend and why $20,000 an acre is relatively cheap.
Speculation over potential Haynesville IPOs has included Vine and 2016 deal makers Indigo Minerals and Covey Park Energy.
Oasis Petroleum President Taylor Reid told the DUG Bakken & Niobrara crowd how his company is able to grow production while spending within cash flow at $50 per barrel.