Tagged With Eagle Ford
Equinor sounds Eagle Ford alarm bell
19 November 2019
The Norwegian firm’s exit is another signal that US shale may no longer be the promised land
Harvey tanks exports and production
8 September 2017
The hurricane seized up much of the Gulf Coast's infrastructure that keeps oil and fuel flowing to markets
Energy demand stayed low in 2016, as the fuel mix shifted towards cleaner energy sources
20 June 2017
China and India accounted for almost all the growth, says BP, and global emissions were flat for the second year in a row
Adapting to oil's new reality
9 May 2017
The industry has been battered by price volatility over the past two years. For ConocoPhillips, adaptation is the key to not just surviving, but thriving
Nearing the cliff edge
25 February 2016
As things stand now, US oil output is about to start dropping quickly. Almost 1m barrels per day could be lost
US shale drillers' efficiency gains slowing down
15 September 2015
The Energy Information Administration says US efficiency gains are slowing which could lead to a steep decline in oil output
Shale producers optimistic as oil production falls
11 August 2015
Across the US' largest plays, shale output is set to fall for the sixth month in a row in September
Dog days of summer for US shale producers
11 August 2015
Listening to some of the US shale industry's top executives during the second quarter results season, one might think that shale output was surging ahead as strong as ever
Low oil prices force Eagle Ford sale
29 July 2015
US shale producer Goodrich Petroleum sold off a chunk of its Eagle Ford acreage in an $118m deal in late July as the cash-squeezed producer looks to pay down debt and fortify itself for a period of low oil prices
Low oil prices force Goodrich into Eagle Ford sale
28 July 2015
Goodrich Petroleum sold 13,000 acres in a bid to pay down debt and battle low oil prices
US shale producers feel the squeeze
8 January 2015
Shale oil producers across the US are slashing spending and dropping rigs as the business faces its first major test from a steep decline in the oil price
Sceptics see the output boom in the US about to bust
27 October 2014
Chris Nelder reviews new analysis of US tight oil and shale gas production which suggests the output boost from unconventionals will wane before the end of this decade
Mexico opens up shale patch for first time in 76 years
21 August 2014
Reforms to the investment regime should lure developers. Obstacles remain, from land rights to water and the north’s drug cartels
Shell sells Eagle Ford acreage for $639 million
22 May 2014
The company is selling acreage in south Texas to Sanchez Energy Corporation
Tight oil bonanza
6 February 2014
US oil production will rise by another 1 million barrels a day in 2014, defying sceptics and suggesting the tight oil surge still has momentum
The unconventional oil age looks promising
24 January 2014
Shale is going global. Its arrival will shape the supply picture for years to come
Latin American shale gas on the backburner
9 January 2014
The continent’s large unconventional reserves have yet to yield any significant production
Bringing Vaca Muerta to life
9 January 2014
Argentina’s shale-gas trove could be one of the most prolific in the world. It has yet to live up to its promise
China set to become world’s largest oil importer
22 August 2013
US crude imports have plummeted in recent years as producers have pumped more oil out of the Bakken and Eagle Ford shales and drivers have chosen more fuel-efficient vehicles
US gas powers on
5 July 2013
The US shale sector is continuing to shift from shale-gas drilling to the more economical shale-oil drilling
Centrica and QPI buy Suncor gas assets for C$1 billion
18 April 2013
The Canadian company is to concentrate on its other profitable assets
Shale to spur Statoil output drive
28 November 2012
Statoil aims to increase its global production to 2.5 million barrels of oil equivalent a day (boe/d) by 2020 by ramping up its unconventional exploration and its North Sea operations
BHP presses ahead with US shale gas
3 October 2012
BHP Billiton plans to press ahead with an ambitious US shale-gas agenda despite low natural gas prices and crippling write downs on the carrying value of its onshore assets
Majors eye Colombian shale
2 October 2012
Interest in Colombia’s shale gas and oil is picking up as companies prepare to submit bids for the country’s 2012 licensing round, which sees 31 blocks with unconventional potential up for auction, the head of state-run Ecopetrol said
US tight oil to triple by 2020, Wood Mackenzie says
24 August 2012
US tight oil production is on the rise and will approach 4.1 million barrels per day (b/d) by 2020, with as yet unseen implications for global and domestic markets, energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie says
US court paves way for KXL’s Gulf Coast leg
9 August 2012
Construction of a pipeline from Cushing, Oklahoma to the Texas Gulf coast – originally part of TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline proposal – is poised to get under way after a US judge ruled against environmental groups seeking an injunction to prevent work on the link starting
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