Loss of value doesn’t mean the end of an industry. Just take a look at the late-1990s tech bubble. Nasdaq lost 75% of its value, but the number of internet users tripled.
All observers expect Permian consolidation. Some is already underway. Dance cards are filling up. Meanwhile, PE-backed E&Ps are holding on well past their original exit targets. What’s to come?
Chris Wright was a leader in the 1990s on tight-rock experiments that transferred to unlocking the Barnett Shale and now the U.S. is a leading world oil and gas producer again. Here, he takes us to school on what’s next and provides insight into Liberty OFS plus Schlumberger’s completions business unit.
Producing reserves at the northern end of the Delaware Basin, this E&P describes its development program and plans.
This operator is focused on maintaining its production levels with a slimmed-down capex budget and judicious mix of new wells and DUC well completions.
Texas Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick provides an update on current RRC regulations and upcoming issues the RRC plans to address.
Several large institutional investors require companies to disclose climate-related risks and how these risks can affect the bottom line.
As completions declined in 2020, so went demand for frac water. But wells that were still online didn’t stop producing it. Here’s the latest on H2O availability, recycling and disposal as operators begin to ramp back up.
These experts share their tricks of the trade for the most cost-effective completions. How can operators spend their precious capital most wisely?
How to get public and private capital back to the oil patch? This expert share what’s on investors’ minds and how E&Ps are solving for it.