Exploration & Production - Exclusives
Judy Murray, editor, E&P, reports from the DUG Eagle Ford Conference in San Antonio: Early entries into the Eagle Ford Shale are building momentum.
DUG Eagle Ford 2010: Two Eagle Ford Drilling Strategies Both Resulted In Success – But Which One Is Best?
Larry Prado, activity editor, reports from DUG Eagle Ford 2010: Two seasoned Eagle Ford operators describe their successes and lessons from South Texas activity.
Leslie Haines, editor-in-chief, Oil and Gas Investor, reports from Hart's DUG Eagle Ford conference: Fred C. Bryant underscores how the oil and gas industry can do more to protect the Eagle Ford environment.
Larry Prado, activity editor, reports on Petrohawk CEO Dick Stoneburner's opening remarks at the DUG Eagle Ford conference and expo in San Antonio.
Barnes: "It appears expectations for commodity prices going forward for oil and gas liquids will shape data for public companies, drilling activity, and acquisitions and divestiture activity."
Leslie Haines, editor-in-chief, Oil and Gas Investor, talks to Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser on how Louisiana can attract more drilling activity in shallow parish and state waters.
Although the Canadian drilling market is experiencing strong activity levels, poor weather could affect near-term profits.
Leslie Haines, Editor-In-Chief, Oil and Gas Investor, reports from the Houston Wildcatter's annual meeting at the Houston Petroleum Club.
Greg A. Haas, Editor, Refinery Tracker, reports on ConocoPhillips CEO Jim Mulva's address, "Let's Get to Work with Natural Gas," from Rice University's Baker Institute.
The challenge for Marcellus production (and many other gas shale basins) is the economics of drilling and completing wells.
"Each barrel of oil is far more economic than its natural gas equivalent," says analyst Neal Dingmann.
Shales and tight reservoirs within the heterogeneous Bone Spring formation are the new "it" play in the venerable Permian Basin.