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Crimson Exploration’s Texas Production Getting Wetter

Houston-based Crimson Exploration Inc. said its Woodbine and Eagle Ford shale programs continue to enjoy success, contribution to second quarter production that was in the upper range of the company’s guidance.

July 16, 2012

Shales Can’t Keep Talisman’s 1Q2011 Earnings in the Black

Results from Talisman Energy’s North American shale plays continue to be positive, but the impact of increased taxes in the United Kingdom and a loss on held-for-trading financial instruments and the timings of liftings led to negative overall earnings in 1Q2011, the Calgary-based producer said Wednesday.

May 6, 2011

EOG Cuts Spending; Chevron Warns on Earnings

EOG Resources Inc.’s 2009 capital spending will be cut to “approximate its cash flow” to ensure that it ends the year at the same debt level as year-end 2008, the producer said in a regulatory filing.

January 12, 2009

EOG Cuts Spending; Chevron Warns on Earnings

EOG Resources Inc.’s 2009 capital spending will be cut to “approximate its cash flow” to ensure that it ends the year at the same debt level as year-end 2008, the producer said in a regulatory filing.

January 12, 2009

Constellation, Louis Dreyfus Show Greatest Gains in Marketing Volumes

While natural gas marketers overall registered an approximate 12% gain in volumes sold in NGI’s 1Q2008 marketer survey over year-ago totals, Constellation Energy Group, now fourth in the marketer listings, and Louis Dreyfus Energy Services LP, now in sixth place, reported remarkable sales volume gains of 54% and 68%, respectively. Shell Energy North America, Nexen Inc. and Tenaska Marketing Ventures all reported sales volume increases of more than 20%, while Chesapeake Energy Corp. and XTO Energy Inc. both had sales that were up by 32% over 1Q2007.

June 23, 2008

Constellation, Louis Dreyfus Show Greatest Gains in Marketing Volumes

While natural gas marketers overall registered an approximate 12% gain in volumes sold in NGI’s 1Q2008 marketer survey over year-ago totals, Constellation Energy Group, now fourth in the marketer listings, and Louis Dreyfus Energy Services LP, now in sixth place, reported remarkable sales volume gains of 54% and 68%, respectively. Shell Energy North America, Nexen Inc. and Tenaska Marketing Ventures all reported sales volume increases of more than 20%, while Chesapeake Energy Corp. and XTO Energy Inc. both had sales that were up by 32% over 1Q2007.

June 23, 2008