Tulsa-based Williams continues to be primed for solid natural gas infrastructure expansions in North America, with the biggest still planned for the Marcellus Shale, CEO Alan Armstrong said Wednesday.
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Tulsa-based oil and gas exploration and production company Samson Investment Co. could be in play, according to a Tuesday report by The Wall Street Journal, which cited unnamed sources who said the company is “considering strategic options.” A deal could be worth as much as $10 billion, the paper said.
Tulsa-based contract drilling company Helmerich & Payne Inc. said Tuesday it has agreements in place with eight U.S. exploration and production companies to build and operate 12 of its proprietary FlexRigs, which are to begin onshore operations in fiscal 2012.
Linn Energy LLC said Monday it plans to acquire a 40% interest in oil and gas properties from two privately held companies — Tulsa-based Panther Energy Company LLC and Perryton, TX-based Red Willow Mid-Continent LLC — as it looks to expand in the Anadarko Basin and capitalize on Panther’s expertise in horizontal drilling.
Williams will split itself into two standalone publicly traded corporations, the Tulsa-based company said last week, in a move aimed at value enhancement that has been on the minds of company executives for a while.