DUG Permian: The Privately Held Delaware with UpCurve Energy, Tall City Exploration

UpCurve Energy has perfected its spacing program, making the most oil for the least spend. Over at Tall City, it too is capturing more and more resource from its bountiful leasehold. Learn here about their latest successes.

DUG Permian: All the Eagle Ford Counties: Operator Spotlight with Boomtown Oil LLC's Sean Fitzgerald

This operator has Eagle Ford interests across the play – from Webb County to Lavaca. It's both oily and gassy and it's close to demand for both.

DUG Permian: Eagle Ford Gas: A Q&A with Rio Grande E&P CEO Glenn Hart

The southern, gassy Eagle Ford was left for better natgas-price days, which are here now. The fairway is further advantaged by pipe buildout deep into Mexico that has more than 6 Bcf/d going south of the border.

DUG Permian: M&A and The Money with Cowen and Co.'s David Deckelbaum

Permian consolidation continues and Eagle Ford operators have marked their territories. What’s property going for these days in each play? And when will new-capital taps begin to flow?

DUG Permian: Midland and Delaware: More Pay with Bayswater Resources, EnCore Permian

The Permian’s multitude of tight-rock formations give these producers plenty of benches to pick from. Learn here what their property holds.

DUG Permian: The Oil Outlook with PetroNerds CEO Trisha Curtis

This expert often presents to world decision-makers. Here's her insight into global oil dynamics going forward.

DUG Permian: The Oiliest Midland Rock with HighPeak Energy CEO Jack Hightower

It's oilier farther north in the Midland Basin and this Permian leader of more than 40 years knows just where to look.

DUG Permian: The Privately Held Delaware with Admiral Permian Resources CEO Denzil West

Privately held producers continue to play a significant role in the Delaware Basin.  Here are Colgate Energy’s and Admiral Permian’s plans.

DUG Permian: The Texas Winter-Gas Debacle with Mercator Energy's John Harpole

During the winter storm in mid-February, Texas didn’t have enough natgas. A veteran gas analyst explains here.

DUG Permian: The World Still Needs Oil & Gas—And Always Will with Montrose Lane

You know this. But here’s the breakdown on “Why.” And Wall Street does “get it.” Take a seat. Here, we applaud YOU.