Rystad charts a rise in demand for LNG and cites capital efficiencies by Appalachian producers that are resulting in record output.
EQT Corp. CEO Toby Rice took Sen. Elizabeth Warren to task over her corporate greed accusations against the oil and gas industry in his first interview after releasing his public rebuttal. Here’s what he had to say.
Equitable Origin's Jennifer Stewart told the audience at DUG East in Pittsburgh that certified natural gas may or may not fetch premium pricing, but it will make a difference in whether your gas is able to be sold in the future.
A roundtable of oil and gas experts from Range Resources, Quantum Energy Partners and Babst Calland offered insights on why ESG dialogue is central to investment dollars during Hart Energy’s DUG East and Marcellus-Utica Midstream Virtual Conference.
These experts from the operating and service sectors discuss how the industry has improved per-well results in the Marcellus and Utica plays, from reduced drilling days to more cost-effective frac designs.
One of Appalachia's top operators has increased its net-zero goals. What is the particular strategies they are pursuing in the Marcellus and Utica region to achieve those goals and how is it letting investors and the public know. Also, what are investors demanding, and how can companies deliver?
This expert discusses why chasing alpha in the energy business is taking on too much risk, and investors should instead focus on beta for their portfolio and income.
From gas price forwards to the COVID-19 pandemic to shifting public policy and capital market challenges, a reckoning is happening within the Appalachian Basin.
While much of the focus for Appalachia centers on the Marcellus, the Utica is poised to benefit from the rising natural gas demand and prices. This longtime Utica operator discusses the Ohio play and what the future holds for the region.
The Marcellus and Utica shales provide enormous volumes of natural gas and NGLs for export outside the region, but what about the region itself? How are gas-use trends and industrial development evolving within Appalachia and which areas of industrial growth might be good targets for the future?