Nissa Darbonne, editor-at-large for Oil and Gas Investor, discusses with Jessica Morales the trends that emerged for those in the business and investment sectors.
Similar to another acquisition made by Laredo Petroleum in the Permian Basin earlier this quarter, the bolt-on in Glasscock County, Texas, continues to shift the company’s production mix toward oil.
UN-backed investor group predicts quicker government action as climate impacts grow.
Increased stage spacing and proppant loading plus use of 100-mesh sand have proven favorable for Gulfport in the Scoop.
Lilis Energy is below compliance with the NYSE American stock exchange’s continued listing standards because its stock has been selling for “a low price per share for a substantial period of time.”
The proceeds from Saudi Aramco's record IPO have risen to $29.4 billion after the oil company exercised an option to sell 15% more stock, an executive at one of the banks leading the deal told Al Arabiya news channel.
Jones Energy, which entered bankruptcy with $1 billion in debt in April, agreed to an all-cash deal for its Anadarko Basin assets.
Tullow Oil on Dec. 9 said its CEO Paul McDade has resigned and the oil and gas explorer also scrapped its dividends, as it continues to face issues at its fields in Ghana.
If their hunches that companies have been oversold, and are now trading at prices that imply a calamity that will not come then the energy sector could be one of the big winners in 2020 and in the years to come.