November 2016


Prices have risen exponentially for deals in the red-hot Permian, Scoop and Stack.

Today’s energy industry requires a new operating model—one that can react more quickly to volatility and standardize business processes.

Analysts share small-cap and midcap stock picks with the potential for significant value in a strengthening recovery. 

Does Canada’s Montney Shale have the chops to be the next Marcellus? Analysts and some of its most experienced smaller players discussed its merits and challenges.

The midstream buildout includes creative uses of existing assets to better serve producers at attractive costs.

BlueCrest Energy Inc. CEO Benjamin Johnson outlines the private company’s strategy in what it considers to be an overlooked resource potential—Cook Inlet. 

This shale is poised for a rebound on the back of new approaches to drilling and completion technology.

There’s plenty of upside in EOG Resources Inc.’s purchase of Yates Petroleum Corp.


Cover Story

Having whipped all other North American gas plays into deference, the Appalachian Basin’s Marcellus dictates the continent’s gas price. Here’s its status.


Fall redeterminations are expected to be a nonevent for most E&Ps.

From the Editor-in-Chief

Market signs suggest the industry may be recapitalized and ready for a rally in 2017.

A&D Trends

The Barnett is increasingly an afterthought as companies trade shales.

On the Money

Piecing together the OPEC puzzle is both intriguing and challenging.