Exploration & Production - Exclusives
Percussion Petroleum CEO John H. Campbell III is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree. John co-founded the Permian Basin-focused company in 2016 “with the intent to chase more conventional rock unconventionally.”
E&Ps in the greater Green River Basin are mixing horizontals into their drilling programs, helped by higher liquids production. Vertical wells pay their way, but the search is on for resource plays.
The acquisition of Newfield and its key position in the Stack/Scoop is expected to make Encana the second largest producer of unconventional resources in North America.
As Initiative 97 made it onto the ballot as Proposition 112, it was as if a cloud containing some of the extreme politics of California descended on the Colorado energy sector.
J.M. (Buster) Bradshaw is today’s Forty Under 40 featured honoree. Buster is founding principal of Tulsa, Okla.-based Paladin Land Group and Mammoth Creek Royalty Management.
Chesapeake, BHGE and VAKT share thoughts on digital technology and how it is transforming the industry.
Chesapeake Energy is set to create an Eagle Ford oil producing powerhouse through its nearly $4 billion acquisition of WildHorse Resource Development.
Rice Investment Group recently closed on an investment in Cold Bore Technology, a fracking software company the brothers behind Rice Energy see electrifying the oil field.
Today’s Forty Under 40 honoree is Philip Berry, vice president of transactions and deputy general counsel for EnerVest. Philip served as the lead negotiator on the company’s recent $2.6 billion transaction with TPG Pace-Magnolia Oil and Gas.
Denbury Resources agreed to acquire Penn Virginia in a cash-and-stock transaction valued at $1.7 billion, marking the company’s entry into the Eagle Ford Shale.
Annual development spending by upstream oil and gas companies needs to rise to about $600 billion through the next decade, analysts say.
The secret behind those super-extended laterals? It is a holistic approach in which drilling and completion are considered two sides of the same coin.