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CERAWeek panel discusses the factors that will both elevate and dampen North American shale.
At DUG Executive, Apache Corp. CEO John Christmann told top leaders from the oil and gas industry that his company’s focus is on the Permian Basin and for good reason.
Longer laterals and bigger completions have changed the game for Chesapeake in the Haynesville, vice president Tim Beard said at Hart Energy’s inaugural DUG Haynesville conference.
Some recent findings on the Stack/Scoop/Cana plays’ productivity evolution may come as a surprise.
Technology and lower-for-longer price environment have wrought rapid changes—some good, some bad—to Canada’s oil patch.
Algeria ranks third globally after China and Argentina in technically recoverable shale gas reserves with 20 Tcm, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
China is now Australia’s second-largest LNG market, and Australia is China’s biggest LNG supplier.
Stratas Advisors is forecasting growth this year in the Haynesville Shale driven by longer laterals and improved completion designs.
Jordan enjoys significant reserves of oil shale, which underlie more than 70 percent of Jordanian territory.
A key project to meet the country’s growing domestic gas consumption, which was commissioned recently, is the Khazzan field in central Oman.
Improved infrastructure leads to production growth from the Marcellus and Utica.
Eagle Ford oil and Haynesville gas are trending upward.