Marcellus and Haynesville well completions by Chesapeake Energy plus EOG Resources’ recent Eagle Ford and Wolfcamp shale discoveries top this week’s drilling activity highlights from around the world.
Despite headwinds facing Appalachia natural gas drillers, the president of the Marcellus Shale Coalition, David Spigelmyer, told Hart Energy the news is not all bad from the region.
Chevron overall employed 48,200 workers globally at the end of last year, down 7,000 from three years ago. About 53% of its workers, or 25,400 employees, are in the U.S.
Fourth-quarter 2019 losses were not as severe as expected. EQT’s executives stress free cash flow generation over hikes in production.
Dispute between Dominion and environmental groups concerns construction under a national park.
Greenfield projects like the Northeast gas pipe are too risky at the moment, the company says.
Here’s a quicklist of oil and gas assets on the market including a Powder River Basin package from SilverBow Resources and Overland Energy Partners’ Williston Basin minerals.