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Range Exiting North Louisiana in $335M Deal After Assets Fail to Perform

Range Exiting North Louisiana in $335M Deal After Assets Fail to Perform

Range Resources Corp. has announced a deal to divest its Cotton Valley Sands Terryville Complex assets in North Louisiana, reaching an agreement with Castleton Resources LLC for up to $335 million.  The deal comes at a low point in the commodity cycle, considering that Range took on the assets in 2016 with the $4.4 billion…

August 4, 2020
EnerCorp Merging with Pro Oil to Build OFS Business in Lower 48

EnerCorp Merging with Pro Oil to Build OFS Business in Lower 48

EnerCorp Engineered Solutions said Monday it is merging with well flow specialist Pro Oil & Gas Services LLC to expand well construction services across North America.  EnerCorp, headquartered in The Woodlands near Houston, formerly was EnerCorp Sand Solutions. The oilfield services (OFS) specialist has focused on sand separation technologies, as well as providing ancillary flowback…

July 13, 2020
Hilcorp Taking Over BP’s Legacy Alaska Upstream Portfolio

Hilcorp Taking Over BP’s Legacy Alaska Upstream Portfolio

Houston’s Hilcorp Energy Co. has completed a takeover of BP plc’s upstream portfolio in Alaska and is nearing a handoff of the midstream unit, allowing the private explorer to become one of the state’s biggest operators. The $5.6 billion deal struck last year with BP hands affiliate Hilcorp Alaska immediate control of BP Exploration (Alaska)…

July 2, 2020
BP Strikes $5B Deal to Sell Petrochemicals Business to Ineos as Energy Transition Escalates

BP Strikes $5B Deal to Sell Petrochemicals Business to Ineos as Energy Transition Escalates

BP plc on Monday announced it is selling off its substantial petrochemicals business, much of it in the United States, in a $5 billion deal with chemicals giant Ineos Group. The sale, designed as “the next strategic step in reinventing BP,” would strengthen the balance sheet and deliver on the supermajor’s $15 billion total planned…

June 29, 2020
‘Broad Diversity’ Seen in U.S. E&P Dealmaking During 3Q

‘Broad Diversity’ Seen in U.S. E&P Dealmaking During 3Q

U.S. exploration and production (E&P) dealmaking has begun, extending beyond the Permian Basin, with the Top 10 deals surpassing $17 billion in the third quarter, Enverus reported Wednesday.

October 3, 2019

U.S. Deals, Values Decline, Still Lead Global Activity

North America’s $15.9 billion in oil and natural gas merger and acquisition activity led the global markets during the third quarter with a 38% share, but overall U.S. activity and deal values declined year/year, according to PLS Inc. and Derrick Petroleum Services.

October 14, 2013