Stratas Advisors is forecasting the price of crude oil will move upward this week with support from geopolitical events and indications that OPEC will extend its production cuts.
Clay Gaspar, WPX Energy's COO, discussed how the company cut costs and established basin strategies throughout the industry downturn.
Permian infrastructure A&D continues with Blackstone's $2 billion acquisition of EagleClaw Midstream. Also, the Haynesville Shale outshines the Marcellus in a new USGS assessment.
Top executives and investors at the Energy Capital Conference opined on topics ranging from best oil and gas investment bets to possible oil price disruptions.
Vine Resources recently set a $500 million price tag on its IPO, and EXCO Resources said it would sell $300 million worth of Eagle Ford assets to fund drilling in the Haynesville.
The price of Brent crude is forecast to move upward testing $56.60 this week. Here’s why.
In this week’s video: Three Rivers, one of the last large Delaware Basin operators, put its 57,000 net acres are up for sale. Also, Occidental is stalking horse for Vanguard's Sprayberry/Wolfcamp trend assets.
In this video, DUG Permian attendees and exhibitors discuss hot plays in the Permian, infrastructure development and the Trump administration’s energy policies.
For the upcoming week, Stratas Advisors is forecasting that the price of Brent crude will move upward, testing $54.50. The firm also expects the Brent-WTI differential will trade in the range of $2 and $2.50 with respect to the June contract.
In this week’s video: James T. Hackett, former chairman and CEO of Anadarko Petroleum, returns to the big chair, taking over Silver Run II.
Oil and Gas Investor's Editor-at-Large Nissa Darbonne traveled to the Haynesville to talk with operators in the region and to explore the renaissance of the shale formation. On location, she filed this Field Diaries video showing oil and gas...
Stratas Advisors predicts that the price of Brent crude will be under pressure this week with support at $50 as oil traders continue to reduce their net long positions.