Oil and Gas Investor Magazine - June 2021
Appalachian operators look to grind out copious cash flow.
In this issue:
Appalachian Basin Set in Stone
RETURN OF CAPITAL:
Show Me the Dividend
Powder River Basin Promise
ARTIFICIAL LIFT MARKET:
An Uplifting Choice
ENERGY LEGAL ISSUES:
Lender Liability Beware
Antero Resources Corp. says its days of growth are over, while other operators are still working to capitalize on growth after the pandemic slump.
Let’s hope policy aligns ambitious energy and climate goals with science and the realities of the energy complex.
The stacked pay basin has tantalized oil and gas producers as technical advances started to tame high variability, costs and frustrations.
The U.S. land artificial lift market continues to be one of the most dynamic segments as oil and gas operators strive to maximize production while optimizing lifting cost.
What is the preferred way to reward oil and gas investors after achieving free cash flow? Dividends are becoming all the rage.
The hacking of the Colonial Pipeline and its subsequent shutdown in May unleashed one of the worst spills of schadenfreude in modern history.
From the Editor-in-Chief
The hiatus is over. After two years of deal drought, the A&D machine of the upstream oil and gas business is coughing back to life and gaining traction.