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BP has agreed to disclose how its spending plans, emissions policies and broader business strategy align with the Paris climate agreement.
Sustainable development of the Permian Basin’s bounty of oil will require independent producers to develop more than just their leasehold.
For the most part, 2018 was a good year for producers. Here, Oil and Gas Investor chronicles the highlights of the year in energy.
Operators add the Mississippian-age Sycamore Formation to the storied history of the eastern Anadarko Basin.
Time is the true arbiter in many things. As is the case with fine wine, this is also true for oil and gas plays—for it is only after the passage of time that a play’s true nature is revealed.
In the Lower 48 Big 3—Eagle Ford, Bakken and Permian Basin—ConocoPhillips plans to grow production by about 19% this year.
If we track the life cycle of the shale plays as they unfold, what do they portend for U.S. production and those that rely on the shale markets?
Specialization works—until it doesn’t. Oil and gas specialists would be wise to consider these hidden risks in pursuing the pure-play strategy.
Analysts named Diamondback Energy as a top pick among shale producers as a result of its $9.2 billion acquisition of Permian Basin rival Energen last year.
Continental Resources’ SpringBoard project focuses on the Springer, Sycamore and Woodford reservoirs of Oklahoma’s Scoop play.
PetroShare’s sale of nonop interest in Colorado’s Wattenberg Field marks only the third upstream A&D deal in the U.S. publically announced so far this year.