Exploration & Production - Exclusives
Activist investor Elliott Management offered to buy oil and gas producer QEP Resources in an all-cash deal valued at $2.07 billion, saying that the company is "deeply undervalued."
WaterBridge bolstered its Southern Delaware Basin position by acquiring all of Concho Resources’ produced water assets in the region.
Analysts say the oilfield services sector could see a 10% to 15% increase in overall earnings in 2019 as E&Ps increase spending.
Stratas Advisors conducts a game of trivia on 2018 unconventional resources dealing with production, drilling and field activity in U.S. shale.
From the biggest operators with multinational portfolios to basin-specific smaller producers with motivation to grow. Investor showcases the 50 most-valued U.S. independents.
Expect plenty of capital, plenty of volatility, plenty of shifts in investor strategies—and plenty of unfolding stories to track as the new year progresses.
These five big energy stories happened in 2018.
Overall, 2018 was the Year of Consolidation as several E&Ps agreed to merge throughout the U.S., including inside and outside the prolific Permian Basin.
George J. Wommack, founder and CEO of Petro Waste Environmental—the largest oil and gas waste disposal company in the Permian Basin, is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree.
Stratas Advisors shares thoughts on this year’s exploration and development activity.
Today’s Forty Under 40 honoree is Bradley Williams, president and CEO of Elephant Oil & Gas which he relaunched earlier this year to pursue opportunities in the Powder River Basin.
From oil prices to bottlenecks and ballot battles to trade uncertainty, these news stories most defined the direction of oil and gas this year.