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

Better Sweet Than Sour

If there’s one thing that continues to plague producers in the NW Delaware sub-basin, it’s the lack of infrastructure to treat pervasive sour gas.

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.

Take Two

Like many oilfield suppliers hit especially hard the last few years, Texas-based BJ Services was forced to shutter its business last July joining 107 others in the industry to file for bankruptcy protection—the most since 2016.

More Wait and See Ahead for Driftwood LNG

Houston-based Tellurian says it plans to wrap up commercial agreements in the next several weeks to support the first phase of construction on the proposed $16.8 billion Driftwood LNG export terminal. But the Lake Charles, La., project has its share of skeptics.

Checking All the Boxes

Not even a year into his post as CEO of the nation’s largest natural gas producer, Toby Rice has scored yet another acquisition in the Marcellus. This one he describes as “transformative.”

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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