DUG Permian: Private-Producer Panel - Making Core Of The Fringe (2019)

Privately-held producers—some of them on their 4th Permian portfolio—continue to extend the outermost boundaries of the horizontal Midland and Delaware basins, making what was fringe quickly into what is now deemed core property. Here are some of these portfolios.

Hart Energy Staff
DUG Permian: Private-Producer Panel - Making Core Of The Fringe (2019)

Allen May, executive vice president, business development and exploration, Scala Energy LLC, speaks at DUG Permian in Fort Worth in April (Source: Tom Fox/Hart Energy)

Privately-held producers—some of them on their 4th Permian portfolio—continue to extend the outermost boundaries of the horizontal Midland and Delaware basins, making what was fringe quickly into what is now deemed core property. Here are some of these portfolios.

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