Oil and Gas Investor Magazine - February 2022
‘In the Money’ in Oklahoma
Where’s the Money?
Is ERCOT Still Broken?
Improving the Bottom Line through Tech Innovations
RISING TO THE CHALLENGE:
A Case for Diversity in Energy
Impacting Oil and Gas
Margins are strong in the multistream SCOOP, STACK and Merge where operators are dialing up the hydrocarbon weighting they want from any given rig. Yet, any stream—oil, gas, NGL—will make the numbers these days.
CEO Bill Berry said he was gratified Continental’s 2021 deals caught most observers off guard since he sees a close-to-the-vest approach as a key to successful M&A.
The three biggest factors negatively impacting the oil and gas industry today are regulatory, investment capital and inflationary uncertainties.
In February 2021, Winter Storm Uri caused an immense power generation outage in Texas, leaving more than 4.5 million homes without electricity. Has the Electric Reliability Council of Texas learned its lesson?
Mach Resources and financial backer Bayou City Energy announced acquisitions 10 and 11 as they continue to roll up assets down and out in the Midcontinent.
Texas Railroad Commissioner Jim Wright discusses some of the more sensitive issues in connection with the Winter Storm Uri disaster.
Technology trends are helping oil and gas operators save on costs and generate more production.
Most analysts expect another year of high-intensity firepower from upstream oil and gas deals, largely directed at the Permian Basin, as well as the Marcellus and Haynesville shales.
Energy Transfer ran an ad during a football game. Tweeters, redditors and others chimed in their opinions.
From the Editor-in-Chief
Could what happened in Kazakhstan happen in the west? When it comes to the contentious nature of the energy transition, nothing seems to be impossible to believe.