Offshore Gulf of Mexico operators evacuate facilities as Category 4 Hurricane Ian makes landfall.
Here’s a snapshot of recent energy deals including Talos Energy’s $1.1 billion acquisition of private Gulf of Mexico operator, EnVen Energy, plus the $565 million sale of half of Kinder Morgan’s stake in a Georgia LNG facility.
Here’s a quicklist of oil and gas assets on the market including a Continental Resources North STACK 200-well package in Oklahoma plus Texegy Royalty Austin Chalk minerals for lease in Louisiana.
Approximately 11% of U.S. Gulf of Mexico production has been shut-in due to Hurricane Ian.
Offshore oil and gas producers Chevron, BP, Occidental Petroleum and Hess on Sept. 26 said they had taken precautions ahead of Hurricane Ian’s arrival in the Gulf of Mexico.
Occidental Petroleum and Hess said they were implementing measures for facilities in the Gulf of Mexico. Murphy Oil and Equinor said they did not anticipate any impact to their operations, while Shell said it was closely monitoring the storm’s track.
Here’s a snapshot of recent energy deals including SilverBow Resources adding a new Webb County position in South Texas plus the acquisition of core Permian Basin acreage by U.S. Energy Development Corp. for more than $60 million.
Here’s a quicklist of oil and gas assets on the market including EOG Resources Texas Panhandle properties plus an Apache Corp. Gulf of Mexico Shelf nonop opportunity.
Associated gas is a crucial part of meeting the growing energy demand as the U.S. amps up its exports.