Chevron Corp. last year proposed to acquire a stake of at least 50% in Noble Energy's Eastern Mediterranean natural-gas fields, talks that led to July's all-stock deal.
Antero Resources’ latest asset sale is a volumetric production payment transaction comprised of dry gas producing properties in West Virginia and a seven-year term ending 2027.
State rejects extension to the Mountain Valley Pipeline.
A 3D inversion of ultradeep EM data provides a useful tool for identifying a change in resistivity all around the borehole.
Occidental is restarting some activity in the Permian Basin and Gulf of Mexico, but its focus is to "ensure that we have the liquidity to go forward so we have the ability to meet our maturities," CEO Vicki Hollub says.
Eagle River Energy Advisors has been retained for the divestiture of overriding royalty interest (ORRI) assets in the Williston Basin in Montana and North Dakota with bids due Aug. 19.
The EIA said U.S. oil production curtailments were more extensive than estimated for its previous month's report, leading to the revision this month.
The Azeri state energy company SOCAR has been developing the Karabakh Field in a joint venture with Norway’s Equinor since May 2018.
Turkey will issue gas exploration and drilling licenses in the eastern Mediterranean this month, its foreign minister said Aug. 11, further raising tensions with Greece, which said it would seek an emergency EU meeting to address the issue.
Months after the world’s biggest IPO, Saudi Aramco is finding it harder to pay shareholders.
Plans are for Schlumberger Land Rig 183 to drill to a depth of about 2,900 m, allowing Empire to evaluate the targeted Velkerri Shale and Kyalla Shale, the company said in a news release.
Total (China) Investment has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Aug. 11 in order to pursue strategic collaboration with Alibaba Group and leverage the company’s respective resources to drive the digital transformation of Total’s operations in China.