Denver E&P Emerges from Chapter 11 with 122,000 Net Acres in Williston Basin

Now emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, Denver-based Emerald Oil Inc. has hung on to its commitment to the Williston Basin, where the bulk of its assets reside in North Dakota and Montana.

November 30, 2016

Tallgrass Interstate Gets OK to Convert Segment to Crude

FERC Thursday approved Tallgrass Interstate Gas Transmission LLC’s (previously Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC) proposal to sell a 432-mile mainline segment to affiliate Tallgrass Pony Express for the purpose of converting it to transport crude oil from the Bakken and Denver-Julesburg/Niobrara shales.

September 16, 2013

New JV Expanding Powder River Rail Terminal

Inergy Midstream LP and Enserco Midstream LLC have formed a joint venture to own and operate a crude oil rail terminal in Douglas County, WY. They expect to expand the facility to take advantage of growing production from the Niobrara formation.

September 6, 2013

Ohio Regulators Fine-Tune Unitization Process

In an attempt to make the process smoother for oil and gas companies applying for unitization in the emerging Utica Shale, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has unveiled a series of new application requirements.

July 18, 2013

First Reserve, Midstream Veterans Launch North American Venture

Century Midstream LLC, whose focus primarily will be to develop and expand emerging liquids plays across North America, was launched Wednesday by private equity energy firm First Reserve Corp. and a team of seasoned midstream veterans.

June 14, 2013

Cana-Woodford Becoming Biggest Producer for Newfield

Newfield Exploration Co. is “right where we want to be toward execution of our 2013-2015 plan,” CEO Lee Boothby said Wednesday during an earnings conference call in which management talked of a “surge” in Eagle Ford Shale production and the rising prominence of the Cana-Woodford Shale in the company’s liquids-focused portfolio.

April 25, 2013
Devon’s Permian, Mississippian Topping Expectations

Devon’s Permian, Mississippian Topping Expectations

Devon Energy Corp. is increasing its oil-directed drilling this year across the Permian Basin and in the emerging Mississippian Lime as it continues its transition from a natural gas heavyweight, CEO John Richels said Tuesday.

April 17, 2013

2000-01 Energy Crisis Legal, Regulatory Cases Still Around

Thirteen years after the 2000-01 energy market meltdown there are still parts of old legal and regulatory cases emerging in California that carry potentially multi-billion dollar consequences. Two cases emerged the first two weeks of April — one in the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco and other at California’s state regulatory commission in the same city.

April 16, 2013

Domestic Natural Gas Output Down Outside ‘Headline’ Onshore Plays

“Headline” U.S. natural gas production continues to move higher, but signs of decline are emerging in some onshore plays, according to Barclays Capital energy analysts. Low gas prices also aren’t likely to encourage explorers this year, according to a Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services (S&P) analyst.

January 14, 2013

U.S. Natural Gas Output to ‘Tip Into Declines’ in Second Half of Year

“Headline” U.S. natural gas production continues to move higher, but signs of decline are emerging in some onshore plays, according to Barclays Capital energy analysts.

January 11, 2013
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