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How Diversified Already Surpassed its 2030 Emissions Goals

Through Diversified Energy’s “aggressive” voluntary leak detection and repair program, the company has already hit its 2030 emission goal and is en route to 2040 targets, the company says.

Exclusive: Frank Tsuru Reflects on Indigo's History, Impact in the Haynesville

Frank Tsuru, president and CEO of Momentum Midstream and former CEO of Indigo Natural Resources, looks back at the early stages of Haynesville development and the Indigo-Southwestern deal, in this Hart Energy Exclusive interview. 

Haynesville’s Harsh Drilling Conditions Forge Tougher Tech

The Haynesville Shale’s high temperatures and tough rock have caused drillers to evolve, advancing technology that benefits the rest of the industry, experts said.

Exclusive: Rockcliff CEO on $2.7B TGNR Deal, Value of Haynesville M&A

Rockcliff Energy CEO and President Alan Smith discusses the ups and downs of executing the transaction with TG Natural Resources and what's on the Rockcliff III radar, in this Hart Energy Exclusive interview.

From Satellites to Regulators, Everyone is Snooping on Oil, Gas

From methane taxes to an environmental group’s satellite trained on oil and gas emissions, producers face intense scrutiny, even if the watchers aren’t necessarily interested in solving the problem.

Plus 16 Bcf/d: Power Hungry AI Chips to Amp US NatGas Draw

Top U.S. natural gas producers, including Chesapeake Energy and EQT Corp., anticipate up to 16 Bcf/d more U.S. demand for powering AI-chipped data centers in the coming half-dozen years.

‘Monster’ Gas: Aethon’s 16,000-foot Dive in Haynesville West

Aethon Energy’s COO described challenges in the far western Haynesville stepout, while other operators opened their books on the latest in the legacy Haynesville at Hart Energy’s DUG GAS+ Conference and Expo in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Exclusive: Sabine CEO says 'Anything's Possible' on Haynesville M&A

Sabine Oil & Gas CEO Carl Isaac said it will be interesting to see what transpires with Chevron’s 72,000-net-acre Haynesville property that the company may sell.

Exclusive: Dan Romito Urges Methane Mitigation Game Plan

Dan Romito, the consulting partner at Pickering Energy Partners, says evading mitigation responsibility is "naive" as methane detection technology and regulation are focusing on oil and gas companies, in this Hart Energy Exclusive interview. 

Kinder Morgan Exec: Building Pipelines ‘Challenging, but Manageable’

Allen Fore, vice president of public affairs for Kinder Morgan, said building anything, from a new road to an ice cream shop, can be tough but dealing with stakeholders up front can move projects along.