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Could Crescent, SilverBow Buy More in South Texas After $2.1B Deal?

The combination of Crescent Energy and SilverBow Resources will yield one of the Eagle Ford’s top producers—and the pro forma E&P could look to gobble up more acreage in South Texas after closing.

Kimmeridge’s Mark Viviano on Reshaping the Energy Sector, SilverBow-Crescent Deal

Kimmeridge Energy Engagement Partners’ Mark Viviano says the company is evaluating the Crescent Energy and SilverBow Acquisition and how Kimmeridge played a key role in transforming the shale sector in this Hart Energy Exclusive interview.

SUPER DUG Shale 4.0 Era about Building Scale- Rystad

The Shale 3.0 era or capital discipline era will be followed by the Shale 4.0 era, which will see companies focused on building scale, according to Rystad Energy Senior Shale Analyst Matthew Bernstein.

Diamondback’s Van’t Hof Plays Coy on Potential Delaware Divestiture

Diamondback Energy’s President and CFO Kaes Van't Hof also addressed new Permian exploration and the lack of “fun” dealing with the FTC on its deal to buy Endeavor Energy Resources.

Permian Powerhouse: Apache Doubles Down on Core Assets After Callon Acquisition

Apache CEO John Christmann detailed plans for the Permian Basin and Suriname during the SUPER DUG Conference & Expo.

Crescent Energy to Buy Eagle Ford’s SilverBow for $2.1 Billion

Crescent Energy’s acquisition of SilverBow Resources will create the second largest Eagle Ford Shale E&P with production of about 250,000 boe/d, the companies said.

Minerals Market Growing But Needs More Scale, Consolidation

The market value of public minerals and royalties companies has doubled since 2019—but the sector needs to grow even larger to attract generalist investors into the fray, experts say.

Repsol in Talks to Sell a Slice of its Renewable Business, Sources Say

Repsol would keep more than 50% of the unit in a transaction that could involve the investor injecting new money into the business, the sources said.

Permian M&A: Oxy Shops Delaware Assets, Family Oil Cos. Stand Out

As operators scour the Permian Basin for M&A opportunities, they’re keeping an eye on a tepid divestiture market. Family-owned oil companies also stand out among the pack of private inventory holders remaining in the Permian, according to Enverus Intelligence Research.

Enbridge Plans to Increase Permian Oil Pipeline’s Capacity

Midstream company Enbridge announced an open season on the Gray Oak Pipeline for a proposed 120,000 bbl/d expansion and updated its M&A efforts.