ExxonMobil on Friday fired back in response to a report that it was under federal investigation for overvaluing its Permian Basin assets. According to a story published on Friday by The Wall Street Journal, the Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating ExxonMobil following a whistleblower complaint filed last fall. The complaint, said the newspaper, claims…
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Eagle Ford Shale midstreamer Southcross Energy Partners LP, which filed for Chapter 11 restructuring earlier this year, has been given approval to sell some natural gas pipeline and infrastructure assets in South Texas to a unit of Kinder Morgan Inc.
Houston-based Spur Energy Partners LLC, formed earlier this year, has partnered up with sponsor KKR to buy some Permian Basin assets and acquire other properties across the Lower 48.
SandRidge Energy Inc. said it plans to continue developing its assets in Colorado, the Mississippian Lime and the Midcontinent after the board determined that multiple offers for a merger or a sale fell short of expectations.
BP plc late Thursday confirmed the rumors and agreed to pay $10.5 billion to acquire nearly all of BHP’s massive U.S. onshore portfolio, giving it entry into the Permian Basin in West Texas and substantial acreage in the Eagle Ford and Haynesville shales.
BP plc late Thursday agreed to pay $10.5 billion to acquire nearly all of BHP’s massive U.S. onshore portfolio, giving it entry into the Permian Basin in West Texas, doubling its Haynesville Shale position and adding attractive acreage in the Eagle Ford Shale.
QEP Resources Inc. has agreed to sell some of its Uinta Basin assets to Middle Fork Energy Partners LLC for $155 million. The divestiture, subject to customary purchase price adjustments, includes 605 Bcfe of proved reserves and production of 54 MMcfe/d in 1Q2018, consisting of 23% liquids. The properties are located in Duchesne and Uintah counties in eastern Utah. QEP also operates in the Haynesville Shale, and the Williston and Permian basins.
Ascent Resources LLC announced on Friday that it would acquire 113,400 net Utica Shale acres for $1.5 billion in a package of deals with multiple sellers, ballooning the company’s position in the play to more than 300,000 net acres and becoming one of the country’s largest private exploration and production (E&P) companies in the process.
Crescent Point Energy Corp. plans to sell some of its noncore assets in the Williston Basin for a total of C$280 million in a pair of transactions expected to close by the end of the month, the Calgary-based company said Tuesday.
California Resources Corp. (CRC) on Monday purchased the remaining interest in the historic Elk Hills oilfield in the San Joaquin Basin from Chevron Corp. for $460 million and 2.85 million common shares, giving it full ownership.