Analysts at Cowen & Co. boosted their earnings estimates for Apache due to better-realized pricing, notably in gas that “reflect greater exposure to daily pricing versus bid week.”
The appointment of Tiffany “TJ” Thom Cepak as board chairman replaces Mark A. “Mac” McFarland, who was named as permanent president and CEO of California Resources last month.
The move by Washington state to stop sales of gas-powered cars comes as efforts to boost adoption of electric vehicles are accelerating over concerns about fossil fuels’ contribution to climate change.
CPEP Management, an affiliate of Cross Plains Energy Partners, retained TenOaks Energy Advisors in connection with the potential sale of certain cash-generating wellbore-only properties located in the Delaware Basin.
The oil and gas rig count rose seven to 439 in the week to April 16, Baker Hughes Co. said in its weekly report.
Production starts at a Shell-operated venture in the Gulf of Mexico, a horizontal Woodford Shale completion in Pecos County, Texas, plus Crestone Peak Niobrara wells in Colorado’s Arapahoe County top this week’s oil and gas drilling activity highlights from around the world.
Stonehill Environmental Partners to provide water pipeline disposal and recycling infrastructure solutions.
Michigan Gov. Whitmer has ordered Enbridge to shut Line 5 over leakage concerns.
US District Court judge is considering the Dakota Access Pipeline case concerning Energy Transfer’s asset.
In a sign of possible attrition, there were no billion-dollar bankruptcies filed in the first quarter by oil and gas producers in North America, which hasn’t happened since third-quarter 2018, according to Texas-based law firm Haynes and Boone.
Siemens Digital Industries Software has reported on April 15 that Royal Dutch Shell has selected Polarion Requirements software as the foundation for managing and streamlining the flow of requirements across Shell's global Capital Projects ecosystem.