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Enverus Inc.

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Enverus’ energy-dedicated SaaS platform offers real-time access to analytics, insights and benchmark cost and revenue data sourced from 98% of U.S. energy producers, and more than 35,000 suppliers. Its oilfield services software tracks the entire well life cycle in real time. 

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2901 Vía Fortuna #100
Austin, TX 78746
United States

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URTeC: E&Ps Tap Refrac Playbook for Eagle Ford, Bakken Inventory

Refracs and other redevelopment projects might not be needle-moving growth drivers—but they’re becoming more common for E&Ps levered in maturing plays like the Eagle Ford and Bakken, experts discussed at URTeC 2024.

Study: Time Running Out for FID on Next Permian NatGas Pipeline

To meet natural gas takeaway demand by 2026, a final investment decision on a new Permian Basin pipeline will be needed before the end of the year, according to Enverus analysis.

By the Horns: Matador Wrangles Ameredev Deal for Delaware Scale

Matador Resources expects its enterprise value to reach $11.5 billion after acquiring Ameredev II for $1.9 billion in cash—not bad for a brand launched in 1983 with friends-and-family financing.

Wars Complicate Energy Transition Despite US LNG Security Blanket

Analysts with Norway’s Equinor argue that increased levels of geopolitical conflict and outright wars “have made the energy transition more fragmented,” despite U.S. LNG creating an energy security blanket for Europe and elsewhere.

Hunting for Growth: Petro-Hunt Digs Deeper into Delaware, Williston

Dallas-based Petro-Hunt, one of the nation’s largest private oil and gas producers, is drilling in the Permian and Williston basins—and keeping an eye out for accretive M&A.

Permian Pulse: Franklin Mountain Stands Out Among Delaware M&A Targets

Franklin Mountain was a relative nobody when the company bid for Delaware Basin acreage in a 2018 BLM auction. Today, it’s one of the largest private U.S. oil producers and a major target for acquisition.

Enverus Names Manuj Nikhanj as New CEO

Enverus President Manuj Nikhanj will take over as CEO of the top energy analytics firm on July 1, succeeding Jeff Hughes, who will continue as executive chairman.

Enverus: Permian Gains Will Sustain US Oil Production Through 2030

Crude output gains from the Permian Basin will keep U.S. oil production relatively flat entering the 2030s, offsetting declines from mature oily basins, according to Enverus Intelligence Research.

Electrifying Permian Could Threaten West Texas Power Grid—Enverus

Emissions reduction targets and cryptocurrency mining could double power demand and threaten the grid in West Texas by 2040, according to a report by Enverus Intelligence Research.

Mighty Midland Still Beckons Dealmakers

The Midland Basin is the center of U.S. oil drilling activity. But only those with the biggest balance sheets can afford to buy in the basin's core, following a historic consolidation trend.

Exclusive: Andrew Dittmar Expects Increased Public M&A in 2024

In this Hart Energy LIVE Exclusive, Andrew Dittmar, Enverus Intelligence's senior vice president, compares 2023 consolidation to what he expects in 2024, including more public to public deals. 

Element3 Extracts Lithium from Permian’s Double Eagle Wastewater

The field test was conducted with wastewater from a subsidiary of Double Eagle Energy Holdings’ produced water recycling facility.

Analyst: Chevron Duvernay Shale Assets May Sell in $900MM Range

E&Ps are turning north toward Canadian shale plays as Lower 48 M&A opportunities shrink, and Chevron aims to monetize its footprint in Alberta’s Duvernay play.

4Q Deal-Making Was $144B; What’s Next?

U.S. takeout targets are few now. Operators may go abroad to add reserves, according to Enverus. Private E&Ps may pick up offshoots from portfolio pruning.

A Year of Probable Improvement: The Energy Transition in 2024

The year ahead could include more technology stacking, commercialization of geothermal technologies and improved economic conditions, analysts say.