• Permian
  • Mid-Continent
  • Bakken
  • DJ Basin
  • Eagle Ford
  • Haynesville
  • Gulf Coast
  • Marcellus / Utica
  • Powder River

In Good Company

Reese Energy Consulting today recognizes our newest producer and midstream clients who came on board with us in 2020.

Gotta Whole Lotta Love

If anything, 2020 has proven that the oil and gas industry still has a whole lotta life left for the foreseeable future. Times are uncertain, for certain. But like they say on the big screen, there’s no crying in baseball.

Rocky Mountain HighPoint

A little more than four years, Denver-based Bonanza Creek Energy hit the reset button with a prepackaged restructuring plan, filing for then emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 100 days.

Cue the (Consolidation) Queue

With the ink barely dry on news that ConocoPhillips and Concho resources will marry in an all-stock deal valued at $9.7 billion, two more shale producers are in line to exchange vows.

Jumpin’ Jack Flash…

Hang on to your hats in the gas-rich Haynesville. Reese Energy Consulting today is studying a sequence of events that foretell a nice fat bump for producers there through at least the first half of 2021.

Tellurian Back in the Saddle. For Now.

After several fits and starts that threatened to derail the proposed Driftwood LNG export terminal, Houston-based Tellurian has announced the project is back on track with a new schedule.

Wyoming Preps for a Drilling Bonanza

Little more than six years ago, five independent E&Ps signed on to propose a drilling project in the Powder River Basin. But these were no ordinary producers and what they collectively proposed was no ordinary project.

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A Look in the Rear View, Part II

The oil and gas industry’s adaption of renewable energies quickened its pace in 2020 as producers, midstream operators, and refiners rolled out new initiatives and investments to power their operations and reduce emissions. Here’s a look at just a few.

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