Replacing coal with natural gas as an energy source will reduce emissions but requires pipelines and facilities to be built faster than ever, EQT CEO Toby Rice told the DUG East audience.
Southwestern Energy entered a multiyear agreement to supply Germany’s Uniper North American subsidiary with responsibly sourced gas produced from its Appalachia and Haynesville shale positions.
The LNG Allies and EQT Corp. hosted a tour to give global energy trade officials a close-up look at how U.S. LNG is tackling emissions and producing some of the cleanest product in the world. Hart Energy went along for the ride.
Rising costs, supply chain woes and inflation challenges grow amid drive to boost U.S. shale production, analysts say.
The new company, Chord Energy based in Houston, has a premier Williston Basin position with top tier assets across approximately 972,000 net acres and a pledge to return 60% of its free cash flow to shareholders.
A private seller retained Energy Advisors Group (EAG) for the sale of certain Williston Basin operated assets located in Bottineau and Renville counties, North Dakota.
Four years after picking up a Haynesville, Eagle Ford and Delaware Basin package for $10.5 billion, BPX Energy is delivering $1 billion a year in free cash flow to parent BP Plc. CEO Dave Lawler spoke with Oil and Gas Investor Executive Editor-at-large Nissa Darbonne on the company’s 2022 outlook and more.
Following the acquisition of Red Bluff Resources and Bricktown Energy, Citizen Energy’s Midcontinent position now encompasses 326,000 net acres, 98% HBP.
Mountain Valley—the only big gas pipe under construction in Appalachia—is one of several U.S. pipeline projects delayed by regulatory and legal fights with environmental and local groups.
An undisclosed seller retained EnergyNet Indigo for the sale of a Permian Basin mineral and royalty opportunity across New Mexico’s Eddy and Lea counties and Howard, Martin and Midland counties in West Texas.
In conjunction with the retirement of the company’s general counsel and secretary Cyrus “Skip” Marter, the Civitas Resources board of directors appointed Travis Counts as the new chief legal officer and secretary.
Ranger Oil added three “bolt-on” acquisitions in the Eagle Ford Shale, bringing the total of all-cash transactions signed in the second quarter to six worth a combined $110 million.
Permian Pipeline, jointly owned by Kinder Morgan, Kinetik Holdings and ExxonMobil subsidiaries, will proceed with its expansion project across the state of Texas.
PDC Energy continues to receive permit approvals to develop wells in Weld County, Colo., as it had its third Oil and Gas Development Plan permit approved in the past year.