Beleaguered Weatherford International plc, beset for years by internal issues and mounting debt, next month is bringing aboard its third CEO in as many years to attempt to instill a “fresh perspective.” Incoming CEO Girish K. Saligram, who also has been named president, would take over in mid-October. He previously was COO at Exterran Corp.…
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EQT Corp. on Thursday said it would cut its 2018 production guidance and increase spending after a frenzied stretch of drilling in the wake of its Rice Energy acquisition put stress on its supply chain, logistics, pad operations and sent costs soaring.
Halliburton Co. shareholders have rejected for the first time an executive compensation plan that management had touted to line up with company returns and retain key employees.
Tasked with turning around Weatherford International plc, CEO Mark McCollum said Wednesday challenging days still are ahead as management restructures and casts off dead weight.
Anadarko Petroleum Corp.has shuffled its management team following the departure of Executive Vice President (EVP) Brad Holly, who was in charge of U.S. onshore exploration. Holly has resigned to pursue “other interests.” Danny Brown, formerly EVP of international and deepwater operations, was tapped to lead U.S. onshore operations, with responsibility for upstream and midstream activity in Colorado, Texas, Utah and Wyoming. Ernie Leyendecker, who was handling international/deepwater exploration, was named EVP of worldwide exploration, which now includes U.S. onshore activity. EVP Mitch Ingram, formerly running the global liquefied natural gas arm, is taking over international and deepwater operations, as well as project management.
Following oil and gas industry pushback, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has extended a deadline to implement more stringent financial assurance and risk management requirements to ensure operators are able to pay for decommissioning and removing offshore production facilities.
The Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has automated the way members of the public and industry nominate lands for possible oil and natural gas development, the agency said Monday.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on Thursday issued instructions for conserving the greater sage grouse and its habitat in seven different land-use situations, oil and natural gas development being one.
The Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) said a proposed rule that would, among other things, increase public involvement in the way it formulates Resource Management Plans (RMP), would not directly affect the decisions it makes but conceded that it could impact the oil and gas industry.