Ranger Oil added three “bolt-on” acquisitions in the Eagle Ford Shale, bringing the total of all-cash transactions signed in the second quarter to six worth a combined $110 million.
Anschutz Exploration CEO Joe DeDominic shared the private producer’s strategy how to succeed in the Powder River Basin at Hart Energy’s DUG Bakken and Rockies conference.
Shale producers in the U.S. are looking at refracking wells as a means to produce oil on a budget to offset the global oil shortage.
Cairn Oil & Gas is partnering with Baker Hughes to co-produce geothermal energy from its repurposed hydrocarbon wells and offset greenhouse gases, moving forward with its commitment to be a net-zero company by 2050.
“There’s lots of running room” in the Marcellus Shale for operators developing from an ESG perspective, Randall Wright, president of Wright & Co Inc., told DUG East attendees.
Majority state-owned Colombian oil company Ecopetrol and U.S. partner Exxon Mobil Corp. are undertaking both pilot fracking projects, with Ecopetrol serving as operator.
Tall City Exploration CEO Mike Oestmann divulges the Permian producer’s recipe for success and why he believes the company has only “scratched the surface” so far in the southern Delaware Basin.
BPX Energy is driving innovation in the Haynesville Shale by thinking differently and “smarter,” executive Kyle Koontz told DUG Haynesville attendees.
With inflation playing a sizable role in Permian Basin operators’ spending, longer laterals could be a solution to offsetting inflationary costs, says Rystad’s Cole Wolf.
Seismos and Liberty Energy have partnered to bring the Seismos-MWF QC analytics system to E&P operators to optimize fracture designs and improve overall well performance.