Carlson explains why he hopes the industry doesn’t see production growth and infrastructure development balance out anytime soon.
Some of the largest U.S. oil and gas companies are growing reserves and bringing down costs amid improved market conditions.
Commodity strategy analysts with RBC Capital Markets outline the factors behind their new ‘structurally bullish’ oil market outlook.
Also in the headlines this week, the EIA reported U.S. crude stocks fell nearly 13 million barrels last week. Oil prices rebounded on the news but then later retreated
Promising outlook for ethane’s growth could be threatened by trade troubles with China.
PT Petroleum CEO Cory Richards shares why he is a big proponent of trading data with other operators.
A look back at the technology journey E&P companies have taken, from the mailroom to the modern energy workplace.
Adding biogas to the mix allows the industry to resolve more issues than just supplying fuel.
Middle Forks, a privately-held E&P backed by Quantum Energy Partners, agreed to buy QEP’s Uinta Basin assets located in eastern Utah.
While Wheeler has more instant credibility in Washington, D.C., he is expected to remain in line with his predecessor and President Trump’s chosen path.
A pair of Texas deals by Japanese companies Sumitomo and Osaka Gas follow the cautious return of Asian investors to U.S. shale.
Brent prices were nearly flat, up only 37 cents to average $77.56/bbl. WTI prices saw more support, rising nearly $2 to average $73.71/bbl.