Diamondback Energy plans to sell off $1 billion in non-core assets by the end of 2023, including interests in long-haul pipelines and gathering and processing systems.
Some experts say geothermal energy could follow a path similar to the unconventional oil and gas revolution.
ConocoPhillips is “carefully” reviewing its first refusal rights in Surmont right of refusal to buy out partner TotalEnergies’ Surmont project as Suncor looks to buy TotalEnergies EP Canada for $4 billion.
Midstream companies are attempting to wrap new CCS business models around their existing organizations to take advantage of lucrative tax incentives created by the Inflation Reduction Act.
E&Ps continue to look at the Permian Basin for undeveloped acreage, but deal activity in the Eagle Ford Shale surged in the first quarter as buyers searched for producing assets.
Eurasia Group’s managing director Raad Alkadiri spoke with Hart Energy about the Russia-Ukraine war, the Harry Potter world of energy and Qatar and the U.S.’ plans to supply Europe and Asia with more LNG.
CEO Darren Woods discusses Exxon Mobil’s expansion plans in the Lower 48 and managing the energy transition in Hart Energy’s The OGInterview.
In an interview with Hart Energy, Pioneer CEO Scott Sheffield and his newly announced successor Richard Dealy discussed the future of the Permian Basin and the E&Ps own M&A strategy.
Matador expects a boost in production from its $1.6 billion Permian Basin acquisition and touts new “horseshoe” wells as first-quarter results came in above expectations
At the BNEF Summit in New York, panelists gabbed about hydrogen—and whispered about a carbon tax.
As private equity firms return to upstream oil and gas, firms might raise up to $15 billion for oil and gas upstream, but the industry could use up to $25 billion, experts said.
Shareholder proposals targeting top producers demand board, climate accountability.
After a record year for oil and gas mineral and royalty deals in 2022, public consolidators are still searching for scale through M&A, experts say.
Brazos Midstream leadership reckons there will come a time where entering the public sphere makes sense, but for now, Brazos’ strategy reaps the rewards of private perspective.
Patterson-UTI CEO Andy Hendricks said the Lower 48’s hottest play has tapped out the local workforce, requiring the drilling company to bring employees into the Permian Basin.
With Russia's war in Ukraine comes the hard lesson that energy security begins at home—and that begins with decarbonization.
Optimal well spacing and solving downhole issues depends on complete data, extensive collaboration — and fiber optics.
U.S. energy demand is increasing as rising inflation and geopolitical turmoil demonstrate the importance of diversified and domestic business investments and prioritizing long term and short term sustainability goals.
After growing into one of the nation’s largest public mineral and royalty companies last year through a $4.8 billion merger with Brigham Minerals, Sitio is searching for more deals, primarily in the Permian Basin.
Crude and fuel prices have the potential for another late 2023-2024 run in prices, as production and refining capacity lag.
Whether the energy industry likes it or not, ESG data and disclosures are becoming deeply embedded within capital access, and now, even insurance.
The next era of M&A looks to be characterized by less new infrastructure and big transactions.
More LNG demand in the future means a boost in production from the ArkLaTex will be necessary—presenting significant opportunities for upstream investment and infrastructure growth across the U.S.
Rumors of Pioneer Natural Resources and Range Resources exploring a merger is reflective of the state of energy M&A.
New Enbridge CEO Greg Ebel’s is expanding the "FedEx" of midstream across North America and around the globe through M&A, LNG investments and carbon capture.
Interests are rising within the U.S. and globally on addressing the goals of energy security and the energy transition.
Operators are adding inventory, largely through M&A, as some E&Ps see well productivity plateauing.
Dennis Kissler, senior vice president of BOK Financial’s trading division, discusses supply and demand and the gambles ahead for the market.
EnCap private equity veteran Brad Thielemann discusses the role of private equity in traditional oil and gas investing — including the need to ramp up investments to meet demand — as well as its trajectory for financing the transitions ahead.
Oil prices and E&P stocks plummet as banks fail and the Fed grasps for stability, with one expert saying, "people are afraid."