[Editor's note: This introduction to the Operator Spotlight article first appeared in the November issue of E&P Plus. To view the full issue, click here. To subscribe to the digital publication, visit here.]
While the oil and gas industry might be hard-pressed to find many bright spots in 2020, the recovery of natural gas prices, and subsequently the role of gas producers, can be one of them. Among those that are riding the natural gas wave is Goodrich Petroleum. Goodrich, primarily focused on the Haynesville Shale, produces 138,000 Mcfe/d largely from its approximate 24,000 net Haynesville acres. Historically low service costs and stable Henry Hub price points are allowing Goodrich to set its goals on top-tier growth and the potential for free cash flow in 2021.
Goodrich President and COO Robert Turnham recently provided an exclusive interview with E&P Plus where he discussed in more detail the company’s plans for the remainder of the year and into 2021. He also touched on the company’s well completion strategy and how to position itself amid volatile times in the oil and gas industry.
Click below to read the full Q&A interview
in the November issue of E&P Plus.
Natural gas operators in the Haynesville Shale discuss prices, returns, LNG demand and technology during Hart Energy’s DUG Haynesville Virtual Conference.
With the investment backing of Tokyo Gas and Castleton Commodities International and having added Shell’s Haynesville property, along with Range Resources’ Cotton Valley (Terryville Field) upstream portfolio, Castleton Resources is looking to buy more.
Rockcliff Energy is making Mcfes in East Texas for less than $1 each. A 20% return is reached at less than $2. And it’s up to 80% hedged into 2022 at more than $2.48. It’s kept four rigs drilling continuously since 2017.