Exploration & Production

April 26, 2017

Resource Energy adds to Bakken position, makes third acquistion

BY Luke GeiverResource Energy Can-Am LLC has added to its growing position in the Bakken. The Denver-based exploration and production company that first entered the Bakken during the middle of the downturn has made its third Bakken-based asset acquisition. READ MORE

April 26, 2017

Liberty, using ticker of best damn frac Co., issues IPO

BY Luke GeiverLiberty Oilfield Services Inc. is taking its goal to become the best damn frack company to the New York Stock Exchange. The Denver-based oilfield and pressure pumping service provider has launched an IPO for $16 to $19 per share. READ MORE

April 26, 2017

Talking points for explaining the Permian

BY Staff Per U.S. EIA data from today, the Permian’s oil production and resource assessments will continue to increase. For those wondering why, here are four talking points to remember. READ MORE

April 26, 2017

Precision Drilling’s 2017 start shows sharp difference from 2016

BY Luke GeiverPrecision Drilling Corp.'s rig activity levels have tripled from a year ago. The Canadian-based company is currently running 60 rigs in the U.S. and roughly 90 in Canada. READ MORE

April 26, 2017

American Power Group sees large quarterly revenue increase

BY Patrick C. Miller Increased oil and gas activity in the U.S. and Canada has been good for American Power Group, which is expecting a significant revenue increase in its quarterly report. The company's natural gas conversion system is one reason for the resurgence. READ MORE

April 26, 2017

EPA issues 90-day stay on fugitive methane emissions rule

BY Patrick C. Miller The Environmental Protection Agency will stay compliance for 90 days on its fugitive methane emissions rule for the oil and gas industry. The agency will convene a proceeding to reconsider the rule's monitoring requirements. READ MORE

April 19, 2017

ND production unexpectedly tops 1 million barrels per day again

BY Patrick C. Miller North Dakota's crude production unexpectedly topped the 1 million barrels per day mark in February. But Lynn Helms, director of the state’s Division of Mineral Resources, thinks other factors might cause production to drop again in March and April. READ MORE

April 19, 2017

Updated USGS assessment triples amount of nat gas in Haynesville

BY Luke GeiverTechnological advancements present in the North American shale industry during the past four years have helped to increase oil and gas production, and, the importance of continuous assessment work by the U.S. Geologic Survey. READ MORE

April 19, 2017

Data for comparing shale plays

BY Staff New data from S&P Global Platts outlines some of the changes that have taken place amongst oil and gas production companies and within certain North American shale plays. Taylor Carvey, analyst, outlines the changes. READ MORE