Exploration & Production
Positive signs for stocks of energy companies have emerged lately making the sector more attractive for investors, analysts say.
BHP reiterated it expected bids for its U.S. shale assets by June and added that transactions could be announced in the first half of the 2019 financial year.
Pure Acquisition, led by Jack D. Hightower, is the latest blank-check company to emerge with an industry veteran at its helm.
Antioch Energy retained EnergyNet to sell multiple well packages in various Oklahoma counties with a bid date of April 24-25.
ExxonMobil spokesman Scott Silvestri called the lawsuit part of a misplaced effort to pin the global phenomenon of climate change on oil producers alone.
Ward Energy Partners (WEP) sold Denver-Julesburg (D-J) Basin assets located in Adams and Weld counties, Colo., prospective for the Codell and Niobrara.
The so-called USE It Act encourages carbon capture, utilization and sequestration projects with focus on technology development and adding commercial value such as for CO2 EOR.
Drillcore is led by Evan Turner, who is formerly director and head of energy at StormHarbour Partners and a founding member of CohnReznick Capital’s oil and gas group.
Range CFO Roger S. Manny said the renewed and extended credit facility will support the development of the company's assets located in the Marcellus Shale and North Louisiana.
Australia's NT commissioned an inquiry into the environmental, social and economic risks of fracking and on April 17 accepted the inquiry's conclusion that the risks were manageable.