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Drillinginfo's Allen Gilmer Talks Oil Patch Trends

Drillinginfo Co-Founder and Executive Chair Allen Gilmer sat down with Hart Energy recently to give his outlook for U.S. oil and gas producers.

Headlines: Occidental's Permian Breakthroughs Overshadowed; NAPE Reactions

Plus, WildHorse Resource Development shifts to a pure-play strategy and Linn Energy continues its asset selling tour.

NAPE Buzz: Cautious Optimism, Deal Discussions

The Hart Energy video team brings a closer look from the exhibit floor at the 2018 NAPE Summit, which drew more than 12,000 attendees this year to downtown Houston.

What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week (Feb. 12, 2018)?

For the week ahead Stratas Advisors expect crude prices to continue to fall slightly, barring a surprisingly bullish report from the IEA.

HEADLINES: Whirlwind Week Of E&P Deals; New SandRidge Merger

Also, WPX Energy exits the San Juan Basin’s Gallup oil play while ConocoPhillips purchases Alaska interests.

What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week (Feb. 5, 2018)?

For the upcoming week, Stratas Advisors expect Brent prices to continue to pull back and average $68/bbl.

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HEADLINES: Mighty Marcellus' Midstream Mambo

There was plenty of talk about the Marcellus' natural gas output and the hindering regulations that keep it from its full potential at this year’s Marcellus-Utica Midstream conference.

What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week (Jan. 29, 2018)?

For the upcoming week, Stratas Advisors expect Brent prices to pull back and average $69/bbl.

HEADLINES: Update On Oil Rig Explosion; Analyzing NYC's Lawsuit

Also Schlumberger, Halliburton, Baker Hughes hold earnings calls and discuss 2018 outlook with positivity.

What's Affecting Oil Prices This Week (Jan. 22, 2018)?

For the upcoming week, Stratas Advisors expect Brent prices to average $68.50/bbl as trading activity picks up and the market remains quiet at the start of the week.

HEADLINES: First Oil, Gas IPO In 2018 A Success; Talking Tax Reform

Also this week: rising oil prices may cause a new wave of shale output with the EIA now forecasting an increase into February.

HEADLINES: The Politics of the Outer Continental Shelf

After the Trump administration takes Florida out of the proposal to open 98% of the Outer Continental Shelf for offshore drilling, other governors want the same. Plus, why New York City is suing five oil majors.

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