PennEnergy Resources LLC


PennEnergy Resources is a Pittsburgh based independent oil and gas company focused on the acquisition and development of unconventional shale resources in the Appalachian Basin. 

Editor's note: Updated Jan. 8, 2021.

Headquarters Address

1000 Commerce Drive
Park Place One Suite 400
Pittsburgh, PA 15275
United States

Main Phone Number

Activity Highlights

Two Butler County, Pa., Marcellus Shale completions were announced by Penn Energy Resources. The #5H PER W44 is in Winfield West Field and produced 4.44 MMcf of gas per day with a shut-in casing pressure of 1,361 psi. It was drilled to 14,721 ft…

In Beaver County, Pa., Penn Energy Resources completed a Marcellus Shale well that was tested flowing 5.903 MMcf of gas per day. The #4H Zahn is in Section 8, Zelienople 7.5 Quad, Marion Township. The well was drilled to the northwest to 12,370…

A Beaver County, Pa., Marcellus Shale well, #2H PER B22, was tested flowing 5.684 MMcf of gas per day. Penn Energy Resources’ completion is in Crows Run Field in Section 2, Baden 7.5 Quad, New Sewickley Township. It was drilled to 16,651 ft with…


PennEnergy Resources retained Detring Energy Advisors to market for sale its Utica Shale producing properties, leasehold and related…

Producing 6.5 million barrels equivalent per day, these 100 private producers represent the best of the U.S. oil and gas industry.

PennEnergy Resources CEO Richard Weber talks about the challenges and rewards of forming the Appalachia-focused company.

Executives from Marcellus and Utica producers PennEnergy Resources and Equinor ASA deciphered the secret sauce for success in…

In 2018 gas supply rose another 14% in the Keystone State. Learn how these operators are making headway with their own huge Marcellus…


Report Date Amount (MM) Description

Marketed: PennEnergy Resources Warrior North Utica Shale Opportunity

Marketed: PennEnergy Resources Warrior North Utica Shale Opportunity

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2018-08-27 $600.50

PennEnergy To Buy Bankrupt Rex Energy For $600.5 Million

PennEnergy To Buy Bankrupt Rex Energy For $600.5 Million