The world's hydrocarbon industry began right here in the U.S. and by U.S. independents, who've lent their expertise to operators and nations around the globe. Quickly, it is the U.S. independent that is once again leading the world-this time in next-era drilling and completion techniques in resources previously uneconomic. Hear from Tom Petrie on how America sits atop the 21st century of energy.
- Tom Petrie, chairman of Petrie Partners
- Brandy Fidler, associate managing editor of Oil and Gas Investor
2022-09-29 - Mitsubishi and the Port of Corpus Christi Authority will look into the possibility of making low-emission ammonia, produced from natural gas but eliminating emissions by capturing and storing the emitted carbon nearby, a source said.
2022-09-29 - Chronic underinvestment will lead to a tighter oil market but most E&P executives see at least some investors returning to the oil and gas market, according to the latest survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
2022-09-29 - Following the purchases, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway now owns about 194.4 million Occidental Petroleum shares worth approximately $11.9 billion, based on Occidental’s closing price of $61.41 on Sept. 28.
2022-09-29 - Kimmeridge Energy, which spent more than $100 million to acquire SilverBow Resources stock, recently acquired another Eagle Ford E&P—Laredo Energy, an analyst said.
2022-09-28 - Devon Energy closed its previously announced acquisition of Validus Energy, increasing its production footprint in the Eagle Ford by 35,000 boe/d.