The auction for the three wind leases, leftovers from the 2015 Atlantic wind lease sale, offshore Massachusetts brought in a record $405 million in bids—each for about $135 million.
Charlie Shufeldt, IOG Capital managing director who helped co-found the Dallas-based investment firm after spending the first part of his career at large investment institutions, is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree.
New solar generation capacity coming online in the third quarter was particularly weak because it reflected a delay in projects being given the go-ahead late in 2017.
Existing infrastructure, falling costs, standardization and exploration prospects are among the attributes that keep the U.S. Gulf of Mexico on Hess’ radar.
Plus, Australia finally tops world LNG stage, a new offshore exploration lawsuit emerges in the U.S. and 25 Influential Women in Energy announced.
The ethane spread between Conway and Mont Belvieu has narrowed dramatically since the summer.
Riviera Resources, which formed this year through a spinoff from Linn Energy, said it agreed to sell its roughly 37,000 net-acre position in the Arkoma Basin.
Today’s Forty Under 40 honoree is Sanjiv Shah, who has more than 14 years of experience in investment banking currently as a managing director at Simmons & Co. International.
The predicted growth of electric vehicles will certainly hurt oil demand but that shift won’t be felt for another 15 to 20 years, which is more than enough time for investors to make money.
Multiple methods can be put into place to protect pipelines and other assets.
In addition to strong Bakken core extension test results, Marathon Oil also continued to chip away at its remaining $1 billion share buyback program.
Meet the founders of engineering software company, Q Engineering, and how they’re solving petroleum engineering problems using technology of the future to unlock limits of local software.