Joe Mills, president and CEO of Samson Resources II, spoke with Hart Energy on why his company chose to go all-in in the Powder River Basin and what Samson learned in other shale plays like the Haynesville.
Watch all video presentations at your convenience, including a look at the Bakken of today and tomorrow and EOR in the play, as well as examinations of the Powder River Basin, Wattenburg and Weld County D-J Basin.
Dougie McMichael, director of Bakken well factory planning and execution at Hess, expands on the company’s productivity and the technology drivers in the play in this one-on-one interview with Jessica Morales at the recent DUG Bakken & Rockies Conference & Exhibition in Denver.
At DUG Bakken and Rockies, shale executives acknowledged the headwinds, but remained optimistic about the opportunities in the Powder River Basin, the Bakken and, yes, even Colorado.
What’s it take these days to make the best Rockies wells amidst the stacking, zipper fracks and zipper drills?
With the latest in frack technology, this operator is making wells in Laramie County, Wyo., in Codell that are tracking towards EURs of 850,000 to 1 MMbbl.
This producer—holding an enviable inventory of sweet-spot acres—describes subsurface gains as well as overcoming surface hurdles.
Here’s a breakdown of how and why Middle East developments exert diminished sway over world oil prices today.