Updated structure and thickness maps for one of the busiest developments in the Permian Basin, the Wolfcamp within the Midland sub-basin, have been updated by the Energy Information Administration (EIA). The Wolfcamp formation, which straddles the Midland and Delaware formations, “has attracted many oil companies because of its stacked potential,” i.e. multiple hydrocarbon-producing zones that…
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The volume of waste natural gas that is flared or vented at the wellhead in the Permian Basin tripled between early 2017 and the fourth quarter of 2018 and has been range bound since then between 550 MMcf/d and 750 MMcf/d, “undoubtedly a very high volume,” according to analysts at Rystad Energy.
Permian Basin pure-play Concho Resources Inc. is tightening up after agreeing to sell its New Mexico Shelf properties to recently formed Spur Energy Partners LLC for $925 million.
Medallion Pipeline Co. LLC is holding a binding open season through Aug. 16 to test support for shipping capacity from the Permian Basin on an oil pipeline owned by Epic Crude Pipeline LP.
Oilfield waste disposal firm Milestone Environmental Services has acquired a package containing three leases and four injection permits in Howard County, TX, within the Permian Basin.
A binding open season to test support for two Permian Basin oil transportation options in West Texas has been extended by a unit of Oryx Midstream Services.
Permian Basin pure-play Concho Resources Inc. bumped up its growth outlook for production in 2019, but it kept its spending plans unchanged as it completed several major projects ahead of schedule.
Permian Basin pure-play Concho Resources Inc. and Frontier Midstreams Solutions IV LLC have partnered to build a crude gathering, transportation and storage system in the northern part of the Midland sub-basin to support growth in the region.
Regulators in Texas have given Milestone Environmental Services a permit to build its second oilfield waste landfill in the Permian Basin.
With the Alpine High natural gas program basically on autopilot, Apache Corp. is bearing down on developing more liquids and oily resources across the Permian Basin, CEO John Christmann said Thursday.