Denver-Julesburg/Niobrara

Colorado’s Ambitious GHG Reduction ‘Roadmap’ Targeting Energy, Transport Sector Emissions

Colorado’s Ambitious GHG Reduction ‘Roadmap’ Targeting Energy, Transport Sector Emissions

Colorado is proposing a Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Pollution Reduction Roadmap for the next decade, with fossil fuel use by cars and methane emissions from oil and gas operations squarely in the crosshairs. The draft plan issued Wednesday targets a 26% reduction in total GHG pollution from 2005 levels by 2025, and a 50% reduction by…

October 1, 2020
MPLX Testing Crude Transportation Capacity to Utah from Wyoming

MPLX Testing Crude Transportation Capacity to Utah from Wyoming

MPLX LP is gauging shipper interest in 11,000 b/d of incremental firm priority crude transport capacity from Wyoming to Utah. The open season, which runs through noon on Oct. 23, is for an expansion of the SLC Core Pipeline system and would move Denver-Julesburg Basin crude from Fort Laramie Station, WY, to Wahsatch Station, UT.…

September 24, 2020
Lower 48 Holds Enough DUCs to Extend Operations Deep into 2021

Lower 48 Holds Enough DUCs to Extend Operations Deep into 2021

A substantial inventory in the Lower 48 of drilled but uncompleted wells, aka DUCs, could sustain drilling — without adding more wells — long into the coming year, according to a new analysis. “After DUCs run out, however, rig activity in the five key oil regions needs to be in the 280-300 range to maintain…

September 8, 2020
Oxy Takes $1.3B for Western Properties, Propels Permian Carbon Capture Project Forward

Oxy Takes $1.3B for Western Properties, Propels Permian Carbon Capture Project Forward

Occidental Petroleum Corp. on Wednesday padded its bottom line with a big deal to sell a bundle of western properties, while boosting another venture to develop a massive carbon capture facility in its No. 1 Lower 48 play, the Permian Basin. The Houston-based independent, better known as Oxy, agreed to sell some Colorado, Utah and…

August 20, 2020
Covenant, Stuart Combine Lower 48 Well Flowback, Pressure Control Businesses

Covenant, Stuart Combine Lower 48 Well Flowback, Pressure Control Businesses

Houston-based Covenant Testing Technologies LLC said Tuesday it is combining with Stuart Pressure Control to provide well flow and pressure control for operators across the Lower 48. The tie-up is designed to expand services for exploration and production companies in the Permian and Denver-Julesburg basins, as well as the Eagle Ford and Haynesville shales. “In…

August 18, 2020
Oil, Natural Gas Supply from Major U.S. Plays to Continue Falling in September, EIA Says

Oil, Natural Gas Supply from Major U.S. Plays to Continue Falling in September, EIA Says

Oil and natural gas production from seven key U.S. onshore plays is set to decline in September, continuing a downtrend that began earlier this year, according to the latest Drilling Productivity Report (DPR) published Monday by the Energy Information Administration (EIA). EIA expects oil production from the Anadarko, Appalachian, Denver Julesburg-Niobrara and Permian basins, as…

August 17, 2020
Bonanza Creek, Highpoint Lift DJ Basin Volumes, Rein in Capex Amid Price Pressures

Bonanza Creek, Highpoint Lift DJ Basin Volumes, Rein in Capex Amid Price Pressures

A pair of prominent oil and gas companies active in the Denver-Julesburg Basin (DJ) are keeping capital expenditures (capex) in check while posting modest upticks in sales volumes. Bonanza Creek Energy Inc. and Highpoint Resources Corp., both based in Denver, reported substantial second-quarter losses, however, dinged by lower sales prices in the wake of the…

August 11, 2020
Colorado Governor’s Call for Energy Industry Collaboration Praised by PDC

Colorado Governor’s Call for Energy Industry Collaboration Praised by PDC

Colorado’s natural gas and oil industry has faced pressure from all sides in recent years, reviled by landowners and litigated by environmental groups, but Gov. Jared Polis has shown he can compromise, PDC Energy Inc. executives said last week. CEO Bart Brookman discussed second quarter results in a wide ranging conference call that hit on…

August 10, 2020
North America Likely Taking Biggest Hit from Pullback in Global Oil, Gas Drilling

North America Likely Taking Biggest Hit from Pullback in Global Oil, Gas Drilling

The number of oil and natural gas wells likely to be drilled around the world this year is forecast to hit its lowest level since at least the early 2000s, with North America the most impacted from slumping demand in the age of Covid-19. An analysis by Rystad Energy issued on Tuesday pegged the number…

July 14, 2020
Noble Bringing Back Curtailed U.S. Oil Volumes, Expanding NatGas Export Capacity Overseas

Noble Bringing Back Curtailed U.S. Oil Volumes, Expanding NatGas Export Capacity Overseas

Noble Energy Inc. said Thursday the bulk of its shut-in U.S. oil and gas production would be brought back online in the coming weeks.  Noble, whose vast U.S. portfolio extends across Texas and Colorado, said its second quarter curtailments totaled 11,000 b/d of oil. But “significant improvements in operating costs and netback pricing” will allow…

July 9, 2020
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