These producers have proven their pay-rich Permian Basin leasehold and with profile results. Here's how.
Combined, these operators have a perspective from throughout the Permian. Here, they share their results and plans for their stacked pay in their corners of the world’s richest acres.
Privately-held producers—some of them on their 4th Permian portfolio—continue to extend the outermost boundaries of the horizontal Midland and Delaware basins, making what was fringe quickly into what is now deemed core property. Here are some of these portfolios.
How may legislative and political threats to production in the Delaware and Midland basins change the hand you’re holding? With deep insight into world politics, this expert discusses potential for above-the-ground challenges to the Permian-fueled U.S. energy renaissance.
In an exclusive fireside chat, Greg Armstrong shares his insights on the past, present—and promising future—of the Permian and other plays, as well as the business philosophy he credits for his success.
The Permian Basin’s original oil in place is world-class. These operators, Admiral Permian Resources, Triple Crown Resources and Discovery Natural Resources, describe the vast resource still remaining in their leasehold and how they’re capturing more and more of it.
In near real-time these days, producers are making advancements in landing wells and completing them. Here’s the latest in the most advanced best practices in surfacing the Permian’s treasure.
Texas, particularly the Permian Basin, was driving global oil economics into the early 1970s until the U.S. met maximum output, giving way to OPEC. More than 40 years later, the U.S. is producing more than ever. Here’s the new world order: Move over, OPEC.