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Energy Synergy

The new wave in clean-energy tech is accelerating faster than Friday afternoon traffic on a Dallas expressway. And more private equity firms and their investors want in on the ground floor.

STACK One Up for Tall Oak

Fresh off its acquisition in January by private equity firm Tailwater Capital, Okla. City-based Tall Oak Midstream has made its first purchase in a shale play the company knows like the back of its hand—the Anadarko Basin’s STACK.

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.

Right Place, Right Time

Back in July 2019, Texas-based Comstock Resources went all in on natural gas at a time when everyone else was courting crude.

A New Carbon Connection

In late 2016, Texas became home to the nation’s only—and world’s largest—carbon capture project at a coal-fired power plant that emitted more CO2 than any other in the nation. This was The Big Test and hopes played high.

Renewable Rice

The headlined proxy war in 2018 between two natural gas “machines” is practically stuff of legend. A year before, Pa.-based EQT acquired Rice Energy for $8.2 billion, creating the nation’s largest natural gas producer.

A Story Worth Repeating

Far and few between is the number of U.S. oil and gas companies that not only can claim a banner year in 2020, but the most successful in a 40-year history.

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