Southwestern Strikes All-Stock Deal for Appalachian Pure-Play Montage

Southwestern Strikes All-Stock Deal for Appalachian Pure-Play Montage

Southwestern Energy Co. agreed to acquire Montage Resources Corp. in an all-stock deal that would create the third largest oil and natural gas producer in the Appalachian Basin, with 3 Bcfe/d of combined production.  The deal is valued at $857 million, including debt, according to Raymond James & Associates Inc. It would give the Houston-based…

August 12, 2020
Northern Oil Looking to Continue Williston Bolt-On ‘Ground Game’

Northern Oil Looking to Continue Williston Bolt-On ‘Ground Game’

Northern Oil and Gas Inc. executives said oil price volatility increased its opportunities for small “ground game” acquisitions in 4Q2018, and plans are to look for bigger prospects in the Williston Basin this year.

March 13, 2019

Massachusetts Firm Sets Bi-Coastal Virtual Oil Pipeline

With acquisitions and infrastructure agreements in hand, Waltham, MA-based Global Partners LP, a publicly traded master limited partnership, is establishing a “virtual pipeline” for shipping North Dakota Bakken and Canadian crude oil to refineries on both the U.S. West and East Coasts.

May 15, 2013

PDC Production Up on Wattenberg Play; Liquids Hit Record

Citing drilling and acquisitions it made last year in the Wattenberg field north of Denver, PDC Energy Inc. on Wednesday reported a 19% jump in production in the first quarter, compared with the same period last year, and record output of more than 10,000 b/d of liquids.

May 6, 2013

MDU Resources Ties Growth to Bakken Boom

Bismarck, ND-based MDU Resources Group is aligning its utility, construction, midstream infrastructure and exploration/production (E&P) businesses so each one profits and grows with the continuing hydrocarbon boom in the Bakken, the MDU senior executives emphasized in a half-day financial analysts meeting Thursday in New York City.

March 18, 2013
Controversy Gushes from Reservation in Bakken

Controversy Gushes from Reservation in Bakken

Lawsuits have been filed in federal and state courts over a part of North Dakota’s prosperous Bakken Shale that lies under the Fort Berthold Reservation, which according to the state’s latest statistics makes up nearly 20% of the play’s ever-growing oil production.

February 27, 2013
NuStar Crude Throughput Up on ‘Luck’ and Eagle Ford

NuStar Crude Throughput Up on ‘Luck’ and Eagle Ford

Infrastructure projects, acquisitions and contracting activity — particularly in the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas — served to lift crude oil pipeline throughputs for NuStar GP Holdings LLC last year. Some of NuStar’s South Texas pipeline assets had been underutilized.

February 5, 2013

Industry Brief

A recently combined and publicly held exploration and development company, Salt Lake City-based Richfield Oil and Gas Co., announced a purchase in the Graham Reservoir oilfield in Uinta County, WY. Richfield bought a shut-in well in the Wasatch National Forest (Well #16-15) from Frontier Energy for $610,000, including 640 acres of mineral leases. The company said the purchase gives it 100% working interest in a mineral lease in the Graham Reservoir, located approximately 120 miles northeast of Salt Lake City in southeastern Wyoming. The well has been shut in since 2003 and was completed in the Dakota Formation at 15,600 feet. Flow testing and production operations will get underway later in the first quarter. For Richfield, which is the product of the merger of Hewitt Petroleum Inc. and Freedom Oil & Gas Inc. in 2011, the acquisition is part of the process of “methodically building our reserve and production base” through graded acquisitions,” said CEO Douglas Hewitt.

January 16, 2013

U.S. Led Global Upstream M&A Activity in 2012

Global upstream oil and natural gas deals in 2012 jumped 50% higher year/year to a record $254 billion in 679 mergers and acquisitions (M&A), according to data compiled by PLS Inc. and Derrick Petroleum Services.

January 8, 2013

Williams Buys Half of Chesapeake’s Former Midstream Business

Williams, which has been expanding its onshore presence in the Marcellus and Utica shales, late Tuesday snagged a deal to significantly expand its onshore footprint in a $2.4 billion transaction to acquire half of the natural gas pipeline system once owned by Chesapeake Energy Corp.

December 13, 2012
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