Building and selling in North Louisiana and the East Texas Eagle Ford, Spur Energy Partners’ founder is focused now on the Permian’s Northwest Shelf, taking in 22,000 net acres in May and now adding more than 100,000 gross.
From oil prices to bottlenecks and ballot battles to trade uncertainty, these news stories most defined the direction of oil and gas this year.
Allen Gilmer, who recently spoke at Hart Energy's Executive Oil Conference, provides an update on sequencing between laterals, sand volumes and company spacings.
Extending the Permian Basin’s powerhouse status may benefit as much from collaboration as competition, the incoming president of Shell Oil said.
Leaseholders are trading parcels, coring up their sections. Meanwhile, acquisitions are anticipated to be few while the Mid-Cush remains wide. These deal making experts from Colgate Energy, Tall City Exploration II and EnergyNet discuss what producers are most advantaged to be consolidators rather than consolidate as well as with what transaction currency.
Here’s how acreage valuations broke down by area in the record BLM lease sale in New Mexico, along with insight into valuations in the Midland vs. Delaware basins and the Permian vs. the rest of the Lower 48 from EnergyNet's Chris Atherton.
Allen Gilmer, a leading drilling and completions analyst who co-founded Drillinginfo, discusses challenges and achievements in producers’ overall advancements in landing laterals and best-in-class completions.