With private-equity dollars, these operators FourPoint Energy, Great Western Oil & Gas and Greylock Energy are at work in basins across the U.S. from the Rockies to Appalachia in the midst of heated competition for land. This is how they’re turning bucks into barrels and Bcfs.
- Jacob Shumway, vice president of engineering at FourPoint Energy LLC;
- Jay Smith, COO of Great Western Oil & Gas Co.; and
- Chad Perkins, senior vice president of operations at Greylock Energy.
- Nissa Darbonne, editor-at-large of Oil and Gas Investor
2022-05-16 - Crude oil stockpiles in the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve fell to 538 million barrels, the lowest since 1987, data from the U.S. Department of Energy showed.
2022-04-27 - U.S. natural gas prices also gained support from forecasts for more gas demand than previously expected, and a continued drop in U.S. output due to a late-season cold snap that froze oil and gas wells in North Dakota.
2022-05-13 - The Petronas and Exxon Mobil contracts follow purchase agreements with China Petroleum & Chemical and New Fortress Energy for the plant.
2022-05-16 - PGNiG’s LNG supply portfolio with U.S. partners currently stands at 7 million tons or 9 Bcm after regasification. A contract with Sempra would boost that by more than 40%.
2022-04-28 - Fred Hutchinson, CEO of the industry group LNG Allies, welcomed the approvals, though he said it would be a “few years” before the additional volumes hit the market.