Eagle Ford Shale

Sanchez Dipping Into Tuscaloosa Marine Shale

 One day after Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS) pioneer Goodrich Petroleum Corp. said it would redirect capital from the Eagle Ford Shale to the emerging play, Eagle Ford-focused Sanchez Energy Corp. Thursday announced deals worth $78 million that give it entry into the TMS. Read More

New Marathon CEO: 'Running Room' in Bakken, Eagle Ford

 At a torch-passing of sorts Wednesday, both outgoing and incoming CEOs for Marathon Oil Corp. had plenty to say about the Bakken and Eagle Ford shale plays, but new CEO Lee Tillman spoke more loudly about future opportunities during a second quarter earnings conference call in which results were said to be up sharply. Read More

Goodrich Taking from Eagle Ford, Giving to TMS

 Now that it has seen some encouraging well results, Goodrich Petroleum Inc. is stepping up activity in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS) of Louisiana and Mississippi, where the company is about to close on an acquisition that will more than double its footprint in the emerging play. Read More

EXCO Pins Hopes to JVs, Eagle Ford and Haynesville Expansions

 Officials with EXCO Resources Inc. said its acquisitions in the Eagle Ford and Haynesville shales during the second quarter were the foundation for future expansion, while its financial position would be bolstered through its joint ventures (JV) with Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. LP (KKR), Harbinger Group Inc. and BG Group plc. Read More

Eagle Ford Drove SM Energy 2Q Production Growth

published by NGI's Shale Daily: August 5, 2013
 The Eagle Ford Shale was the star of SM Energy Co.'s second quarter production story. The Denver-based company grew its average daily operated production in the oily play by 92% over the year-ago quarter. SM Energy is gaining on efficiencies and driving down costs in the South Texas play, executives told analysts following the company. Read More

Eagle Ford, Bakken, Permian Production Soars 47% for ConocoPhillips

published by NGI's Shale Daily: August 5, 2013
 ConocoPhillips saw its combined production in the Permian Basin, Eagle Ford and Bakken shales nearly double during 2Q2013, and it expects to see future growth from its holdings as it transitions to multi-well pad drilling and experiments with tighter well spacing and hydraulic fracturing (fracking) stages. Read More