Warren Resources Inc. is moving its corporate headquarters from New York City to Denver in a shift aimed at cutting costs amid the commodities downturn and bringing more efficiency to its administrative operations.
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Warren Resources Inc. said Tuesday that after two weeks on flowback, the company’s first two Marcellus Shale wells are producing at a combined rate of 17 MMcf/d.
Warren Resources Inc. said Monday that it had acquired all of Colorado-based Citrus Energy Corp.’s Marcellus Shale assets in northeast Pennsylvania in a $352.5 million deal that will find privately-held Citrus folding into Warren’s operations.
Ohio officials say the percentage of wastewater originating from out-of-state natural gas wells has increased 10% and predicts that it will continue to climb in the coming years.
Following the resignation of Berkshire Hathaway billionaire Warren Buffett’s chief lieutenant, David Sokol, the leadership at MidAmerican Energy Holdings Co. has appointed CEO Greg Abel chairman. Buffett said the conglomerate had been very successful in recent years in large part because of Sokol, calling his accomplishments “extraordinary,” and adding that Sokol and Abel “delivered the best performance of any managers in the public utility field.” Buffett stirred up Wall Street after the markets had closed Wednesday with the announcement that Sokol had submitted his resignation to strengthen his family’s financial resources. Buffett accepted the resignation, although twice in the past few years he and the Berkshire board had talked Sokol out of resigning. The resignation followed Berkshire’s March 13 announcement that it was buying specialty chemicals firm Lubrizol on the recommendation of Sokol, who purchased nearly 100,000 shares of the company for about $10 million earlier this year. Buffett said he learned about Sokol’s stock purchase March 19. While the stock purchase raised eyebrows on Wall Street, Sokol maintained that he had done nothing wrong regarding the Lubrizol acquisition — but told CNBC that if he had it to do over again, he would do things a bit differently. According to Buffett, before he overcame his skepticism and embraced the Lubrizol deal, he was leaning toward an acquisition by MidAmerican, which includes MidAmerican Energy Co., Kern River Gas Transmission Co., Northern Natural Gas, PacifiCorp, CE Electric UK and CalEnergy Generation.
When all looked lost for Baltimore-based Constellation Energy Group, billionaire investor Warren Buffett’s MidAmerican Energy Holdings Co. came to the rescue with a merger proposal and capital infusion; however, Wednesday the American business icon stepped aside to make way for the French. Constellation accepted Electricite de France subsidiary EDF Development Inc.’s offer to acquire a 49.99% interest in Constellation Energy Nuclear Group LLC for $4.5 billion, ending MidAmerican’s plans to acquire all of Constellation.
When all looked lost for Baltimore-based Constellation Energy Group, billionaire investor Warren Buffett’s MidAmerican Energy Holdings Co. came to the rescue with a merger proposal and capital infusion; however, last Wednesday the American business icon stepped aside to make way for the French.
It might be that persistence pays even when one’s rival is Warren Buffett’s MidAmerican Energy Holdings Co. News reports Tuesday said a deal for Electricite de France SA (EDF) to acquire half of the nuclear power business of troubled Constellation Energy Group Inc. is close at hand, potentially scotching MidAmerican’s signed agreement to take over the company.