For NAPE, A Return To Form After Two Years Of Industry Gloom

For an exhibition that prides itself on being “where deals happen,” transactions were consummated and optimism crackled among a crowd of more than 12,000.

February 12, 2018

NAPE: Chesapeake CEO Lawler Aims For 'All's Well That Ends Well'

CEO Doug Lawler painted Chesapeake in Shakespearean terms as a once-dominant company that, after faltering under debt, is regaining its edge through efficiency and A&D, including a $500 million Midcontinent sale.

February 7, 2018

Alberta’s Oil Industry Facing Perfect Storm Of Awful

Low prices, pipeline and rail constraints, and storage shortfalls form brewing storm against Alberta’s oil industry.

January 31, 2018

Technology Remains Focus For Baker Hughes As GE Mulls Exit Options

The oilfield service company plans to launch several new technologies this year, including a subsea tree.

January 25, 2018


Bright Spot: Meet Julie Tannehill

Julie Tannehill has spent most of her career working in the oil and gas industry, achieving more than 13 years of expertise in various roles in reservoir engineering including completions engineering, operations engineering and as an engineering supervisor.

October 2, 2017

Forum Energy Technologies Names CEO

Prady Iyyanki has been appointed CEO and president of Houston-based Forum Energy Technologies (NYSE: FET) as part of a long-planned transition, according to a news release. Iyyanki, who currently serves as president and COO of the global oilfield products company, will succeed C. Christopher Gaut, effective May 16.

February 21, 2017

Discussing The Wolfbone's Potential

Geologist Rich Masterson discusses the Wolfbone play in the Delaware Basin, which he 'originated.'

November 5, 2014

Endeavor Energy Resources Continues Strong Permian Production

Oil and Gas Investor talked to founder and CEO Autry Stephens about the Midland, Texas, company's origins and current  operations in the 'envied' Permian.

October 1, 2014