Oil and Gas Investor Magazine - August 2014
What's Spurring The Eagle Ford's A&D Activity?
“It’s a hotbed of drilling activity and good wells results--the volume growth is nothing short of startling,” Doug Reynolds, of Scotia Waterous, said.
A Primer On Small-Cap E&Ps
'A short list' of companies might help answer the question 'which micro- or small-cap company presentation should I focus on?'
Commerce Department Ruling Affects Forecast
After Pioneer Natural Resources Co. and Enterprise Product Partners LP received Commerce Department approval to export minimally refined condensate,'equity markets began to respond'.
Excellence Awards: Continental Earns Best Corporate Citizen For Education Funding
Continental received the award "for its commitment to further the education of children in its operating areas, as well as to better the teaching experience of their educators."
Investment In Midstream, Downstream Infrastructure Rises
Private capital is playing an increasingly important role in the replumbing of America’s oil and gas infrastructure.
Q&A: Brigham Is Back In Business With Permian, Illinois Plans
Brigham Exploration Co.'s CFO Gene Shepherd talks early-stage opportunities, securing PE capital and going public.
UK, Poland Have 'Best Hopes' Of European Shale Production
"The geology and other factors underpinning the U.K. unconventional resource base" are examined.
Tracking Bakken, Eagle Ford Development Over Time
Analyzing the Bakken's 'historical transaction trends' allows for discussion of 'the current development phase and likely near-term events' in the Eagle Ford.
Kodiak-Whiting Deal Will Impact Shareholders
The price “will likely fall short of expectations for Kodiak shareholders who have long held hopes of an eventual takeout,” said Daniel Katzenberg of Baird Equity Research.
Q&A: Drilling Up North Texas
Travis Parker, 24, is hard at work in Olney, Texas, at BM Oil Co., the family-owned exploration and production company where he is director of operations.
Companies in This Issue
Gas Transactions Are Going Strong
Domestic gas asset acquisitions have experienced a "mini-resurgence" that is still going, "even as prices dip."
From the Editor-in-Chief
E&Ps Should Heed API's Community Relations Guidelines
Will local governments really turn their backs on higher tax revenue and economic development from shale drilling?
Linn Energy's Founder Recounts Company, Career
In 2005, an investment banker suggested to Mike Linn that he turn his exploration and production company into 'the first US upstream MLP.'