Exploration & Production - Exclusives
Benjamin Johnson, an NSAI reservoir engineer who has been promoted to vice president and acknowledged as a technical adviser, is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree.
WTI has fallen steadily since the beginning of October, and after a slight rebound on Nov. 27 was trading at about $51.53/bbl.
Amin Nasser said the program will attract investments of about US$150 billion over the next decade.
Glenn Jacobson, partner of Trilantic Capital Partners where he has played an integral role in growing the firm’s energy practice, is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree.
Today’s Forty Under 40 honoree is Ben Hunter, CEO and co-founder of Pine Wave Energy Partners, a company focused on unconventional development in the East Texas Basin.
Think of the digital oil field as a weather analog. Everyone talks about it but, at the end of the day, little is done.
Brian Hansen, principal of private-equity firm Vortus Investments who previously spent 14 years working for Pioneer Natural Resources, is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree.
The ‘I’ stands for intelligence, a digitally driven attribute that energy companies need more of to compete — and one they can build in themselves, as BP, Shell and others are proving.
Stratas Advisors lists its countdown of the top energy development so far this year.
Lonestar Resources acquired producing properties in an area of the Sugarkane Field that CEO Frank D. Bracken III said features some of the thickest Lower Eagle Ford shale in South Texas.
Dual-basin independent E&P ready for 2019.
Cimarex CEO Tom Jorden said Delaware Basin pure-play Resolute Energy, which has faced recent investor pressure to pursue a sale or merger, is a ‘bolt-on asset tailor-made for Cimarex.’