Gas flowing to U.S. LNG export plants was on track for a record high on Nov. 25 as Cheniere Energy’s Corpus Christi plant in Texas pulled in enough fuel to supply its three liquefaction trains.
Canadian pipeline operator Enbridge Inc. said on Nov. 24 it had filed a federal complaint in the U.S. District Court seeking an injunction to stop the State of Michigan from taking any steps to prevent the operation of Line 5.
Today’s featured Forty Under 40 honoree is Brandon Junker, co-founder, president and operations of Acacia Exploration Partners, a private E&P company with an acreage position across the STACK play in the Anadarko Basin.
The U.S. rig count rises again.
Colorado’s oil and gas regulator on Nov. 23 approved tougher permitting rules for new oil and gas wells, including requiring a 2,000-ft (610 m) separation between wells and homes or public spaces, from the current 500-foot setback.
The total consideration of the transaction amounts to R$144.4 million (about US$27 million), according to a news release.
Operations are expected to begin second-quarter 2021, the company said in a statement.
Five Eagle Ford Shale wells completed in Gonzales County, Texas, by EOG Resources Inc. plus a Wolfcamp well tested by Devon Energy and results from Oxy USA’s Purple Sage Field discovery in New Mexico’s Eddy County top this week’s drilling activity highlights from around the world.
Today’s featured Forty Under 40 honoree is Zachary Hart, senior vice president of A&D and reservoir engineering at Indigo Natural Resources, which is one of the largest private natural gas producers in the U.S.