People — Range Resources CFO

Range Resources Corp.has announced that CFO Roger S. Manny plans to retire in May after 14 years working on the company’s senior management team. The company has appointed Mark S. Scucchi, currently vice president of finance, to serve as his replacement. Scucchi joined Range in 2008 to work in corporate finance, treasury and planning. He previously worked in commercial and investment banking services at JPMorgan Securities Inc.

November 10, 2017
Range Readying More Appalachian Takeaway, but ‘Sweet Spot Exhaustion’ Setting In

Range Readying More Appalachian Takeaway, but ‘Sweet Spot Exhaustion’ Setting In

Range Resources Corp. is nearing an “inflection point” in the Appalachian Basin, where its remaining natural gas pipeline capacity is set to come online in the next few months that will find it ramping up production before settling into a more methodical development pace, management said Wednesday.

October 25, 2017

Range Resources Experimenting With Completions as North Louisiana Wells Underperform

Range Resources Corp. again reported poor results from its Cotton Valley Sands Terryville Complex assets in North Louisiana that, combined with permitting delays in Pennsylvania during the second quarter, forced the company to lower its full-year production guidance.

August 2, 2017

Range Resources Ready to Put Mark on New North Louisiana Assets

While it leaned on the Appalachian Basin to drive production and benefited from an improved market to deliver solid financial results, Range Resources Corp. had a busy first quarter in North Louisiana, where it has been learning more about the Cotton Valley Sands Terryville Complex.

April 25, 2017

Mega-Storage Draw On Tap; April Called 3 Cents Higher

April natural gas is set to open 3 cents higher Thursday morning at $3.04 in advance of government figures that are expected to show usage to be well above historical norms. Overnight oil markets were mixed.

March 23, 2017

Range Resources Reports Encouraging Results From North Louisiana Extension Wells

Range Resources Corp. said Friday that three test wells drilled to the south of proven acreage it recently acquired in North Louisiana show the kind of long-term potential management had hoped for to move forward with development of new fields.

January 27, 2017

EQT, Range Resources Reject Investment Firm’s Merger Concept

EQT Corp. and Range Resources Corp. on Tuesday rebuffed an investment firm’s end-of-the-year pitch urging the companies to merge in a deal that it argued would create “the largest and best-positioned natural gas producer in the United States.”

January 3, 2017

Range Resources Dips Into Louisiana’s Terryville for Better NatGas Prices

Range Resources Corp.’s new assets in North Louisiana, along with additional takeaway projects coming online in the Appalachian Basin, are expected to drive natural gas production growth and improve differentials going forward.

October 26, 2016

Rebounding Physical NatGas Market Outpaces Sluggish Futures; November Drops 4 Cents

After the physical natural gas market took a 14 cent drubbing for weekend and Monday packages, the stage was set for a rebound in Monday’s trading. Physical prices got most of it back, with the NGI National Spot Gas Average posting a 13-cent rise to $2.69 and healthy double-digit gains spread across the board.

October 17, 2016
Another Zoning Lawsuit Challenging Drilling Moves Forward in Pennsylvania

Another Zoning Lawsuit Challenging Drilling Moves Forward in Pennsylvania

A Pennsylvania judge has ruled that an environmental organization’s lawsuit to stop Range Resources Corp. from drilling at a site in Washington County can go forward, putting the company’s plans there on hold.

August 24, 2016