Tagged With Apache
Apache makes breakthrough Suriname find
9 January 2020
US independent’s share price soars as oil confirmed in frontier province
Shale oil's new calculus
27 March 2018
Will producers chase growth or profits?
Woodside snaps up Apache LNG stakes for $3.7bn
16 December 2014
The Australian LNG developer needed to make an acquisition to expand
Activist investors pressure Apache to scale back ambitions
19 September 2014
Apache Corporation plans to sell LNG assets as they scale back assets
Phoenix South find tipped as Australia’s biggest in 30 years
19 August 2014
There are high hopes for the well which is offshore Western Australia
Sinopec strikes $3.1bn Egypt deal with Apache
30 August 2013
The deal comes amid political upheaval in the country
Chevron and Apache team up at Kitimat LNG project
9 January 2013
Chevron has shaken up the race to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Canada’s west coast by teaming up with Apache to develop the Kitimat LNG project
Apache to ramp up Permian drilling
6 November 2012
Apache is moving to increase drilling and production in the Permian and Anadarko basins after posting record third-quarter operating results
Apache’s Liard find swells North America gas stash
18 June 2012
Apache is sitting on what could be the largest shale-gas discovery in the world, at Fort Liard in Canada’s Northwest Territories
Independents stay the course after YPF nationalisation
3 May 2012
Independents operating in Argentina have adopted the mantra “keep calm and carry on” in the wake of the government’s nationalisation of Repsol’s stake in YPF last month
Canada’s shale-gas producers race to new markets
16 June 2011
With three LNG projects now on the table, Canadian shale-gas producers are pushing hard for exports to Asian markets
Tight gas flows in Neuquén
18 May 2011
Anticlinal Campamento field yields 7 million cubic feet a day (cf/d) of gas
New Brunswick eyes shale-gas development
3 February 2011
Apache and Southwestern Energy already drilling; access to US northeast provides market, but opposition to fracing is mounting
Shell, Nexen back Canada LNG export plan
4 November 2010
Shell and Nexen have joined the fold of companies supporting the export of production from Canada’s emerging shale-gas plays to Asian markets
BP posts $17bn loss as asset disposal programme gets under way
29 July 2010
THE US gulf oil spill has devastated BP's finances. The company posted a second-quarter loss of $16.97bn – one of the biggest in UK corporate history
Egypt: oil firms taking the rough with the smooth
1 March 2010
Modest increases in Egypt's oil and gas reserves are keeping IOCs interested, despite concerns over investment terms, writes Digby Lidstone
Apache takes on the Kitimat LNG challenge
1 March 2010
Apache's acquisition of a majority stake in the proposed Kitimat LNG export terminal makes its chance of proceeding more likely, but it will probably not presage a spate of export projects elsewhere in North America, writes Ian Lewis
North Sea: still attractive for some
1 October 2009
Difficult times have led heavyweight operators to review their North Sea portfolios, but there is no shortage of buyers for their assets, Martin Quinlan writes