Oil and Gas Investor Magazine - January 2011
Using process and data mining to achieve a detailed model of reservoirs can enhance the value of assets, as shown in this example from the Bakken oil-shale play
This Michigan shale is stirring up interest, with results being held tight.
Merging technical, business and energy-management curriculums is increasingly the goal at stalwart energy educational institutions.
The team that discovered the Eagle Ford shale’s Hawkville Field tells how they got ahead of the competition and sowed the seeds of success.
On the strength of Continental's lead in the Bakken, chief executive Harold Hamm thinks he can triple its size.
Given a low commodity price, why would natural gas producers hedge? Given the bearish outlook of supply-and-demand fundamentals, why wouldn’t they hedge?
The like-kind exchange allows taxpayers to defer taxes, preserving dollars to spend today.
Theory meets practice at New York-based Third Avenue Management, where mispriced stocks and bonds are sifted out of the public markets, not private ones.
Plentiful private capital and low natural gas prices lead two gas-weighted E&Ps into going private to unlock value.
Despite the negative outlook for natural gas futures and associated stocks, a flurry of corporate deals occurred in the natural gas market this past year--and at premium prices.
From the Editor-in-Chief
Lou Powers' latest think piece is a book about his more than 50-year career.