The oil and gas industry has not communicated its message well to the generalist investor, according to a Permian Basin player.
The industry has learned the lessons of the past and is much better prepared to handle the current frac sand surplus, says a DUG Sand panelist.
At 4 MMbbl/d and with a growing natural as contribution, producers are getting their products to buyers—by all means possible. Here’s a look at production forecast, current takeaway and what will be needed going into the second half and into 2020 and beyond.
Here’s the 411 on where IPs and EURs per lateral foot are transitioning to a “Permian 2019” level in the Midland and Delaware basins as well as trends in leasing and permitting, along with a look at the NW Shelf and the Central Basin Platform.
In our final Permian perspectives segment, Tom Petrie analyzes where the basin fits in the ‘new world order.’
M&A is increasingly all-stock. What consolidation will the basin see through year-end? Will capital markets reopen by then? These operators describe the M&A environment.
This leader of the American shale revolution provides perspective on the direction U.S. independent E&P management is heading.
Hart Energy looks at legislative moves across the country and what above-ground challenges oil and gas producers in the Permian Basin might face moving forward.
Kaes Van’t Hof of Viper Energy Partners and Diamondback Energy outlines why he thinks investor money should concentrate on the Permian plus why some E&P’s haven’t been active in M&A yet this year.