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A Point of Light:  Diamondback Energy’s Offering of 1.75 Million Shares

A Point of Light: Diamondback Energy’s Offering of 1.75 Million Shares

Permian Operator Will Use Equity Proceeds to Pay Debt

While the oil and gas industry is battening down the hatches, issuing bailing buckets to all hands and looking for a solid toehold as forty-six dollar crude oil sloshes under and …

Close proximity of oil and gas drilling operations to residential real estate developments creates problems for operators and homeowners.

Will Oil & Gas Operators Come Together with Local Homeowners in 2015?

What to Expect Before You Begin Drilling 500 Feet from a Group of Million Dollar Homes

Colorado’s Oil & Gas Task Force Offers Oil & Gas Operators, Local Homeowners Some Preliminary Solutions

Drilling the Niobrara was a check-the-box kind of …

What are Energy Companies Thinking as they Head into 2015?

What are Energy Companies Thinking as they Head into 2015?

Dropping Oil Prices = Changing Landscape for E&Ps, Midstream, OilService Companies

At last week’s 2014 Energy Symposium hosted by Wells Fargo Securities at the Waldorf Astoria, the sentiment expressed by the energy companies was far different from what had been …

Alaska Faces $3.5 Billion Deficit as Oil Prices Drop

Alaska Faces $3.5 Billion Deficit as Oil Prices Drop

Alaska’s revenue forecast, released Wednesday, predicts a deficit of $3.5 billion, an increase of $2.1 billion from what lawmakers expected in April.

The forecast expects unrestricted general fund revenue of $2.6 billion this year, down from $5.4 billion in 2014, …

December 12, 2014 - 3:48 pm Commodity Pricing, Oil and Gas 360 Articles
“To Frac or to Frack, That is the Question”

“To Frac or to Frack, That is the Question”

Oil & Gas 360® received an email from a reader, asking us to think about the spelling of the word Frac versus Frack.  Now, dear readers, we are in the Frac camp.  For a couple of reasons.  First, there’s no …

December 10, 2014 - 2:50 pm Fracing, Oil and Gas 360 Articles
Canada Oil and Gas Provinces Rank Among Best in the World

Canada Oil and Gas Provinces Rank Among Best in the World

1280px-Canada_geological_map-WCSBFraser Institute’s annual Global Petroleum Survey of energy executives ranks Canada oil and gas provinces among the best in the world for investment. The survey ranks 156 jurisdictions worldwide on their attractiveness for investment based on the input of oil …

House Approves the Keystone XL Pipeline, but will it Really Matter?

House Approves the Keystone XL Pipeline, but will it Really Matter?

While TransCanada’s $8 billion project hangs in the balance, Canadian oil is already moving south

The landslide Republican victory in this month’s midterm elections will prompt changes in the business of politics and in the U.S. economy, but will they …

Lawsuits are Already Underway in Illinois to Stop Oil & Gas Development

Lawsuits are Already Underway in Illinois to Stop Oil & Gas Development

It didn’t take much longer than a cup of coffee before the lawsuits began to fly after Illinois completed its new oil and gas rules last week, which would have opened the door to new energy development that some …

Kurdish Iraq to Create Its Own Publicly Traded E&P

Kurdish Iraq to Create Its Own Publicly Traded E&P

ISIS Loses Oil Production

In the aftermath of last month’s U.S. air strikes that damaged the Islamic State’s (ISIS) captured oil field operations in Syria and Iraq, news outlets have reported that the attacks disrupted the group’s ability to make …

Oil & Gas 360® Looks at Canada’s E&Ps – Part One

Oil & Gas 360® Looks at Canada’s E&Ps – Part One

Canada is home to a large number of public companies that are developing hydrocarbon resources on both sides of the border. In this series, Oil & Gas 360® takes a closer look at some of the promising operators in Canada’s …

Door Opens for Energy Boom in Southern Illinois

Illinois Prepares to Join the Energy Boom

After a Year of Haggling, Lawmakers Greenlight New Drilling Rules

On Nov. 6, lawmakers in Illinois signed off on rules to regulate high-volume oil and gas drilling and completions, paving the way for what local industry hopes will result in …

Days required to process permit to drill - Federal vs State

Chart of the Week – Federal vs. State Permitting Times

Oil & Gas 360®’s chart of the week points to the differences in the average number of days to acquire a permit to drill on federal lands vs. various states. The Feds require 45 times longer to issue a permit …

November 6, 2014 - 3:09 pm Analytics, Chart of Week, Oil and Gas 360 Articles, Regulatory
Oil & Gas 360 Graph of the Week: Colorado Senatorial Campaign Contributions

OAG360® Graph of the Week: Which Business Sectors Wrote Checks to Colorado’s Senate Candidates?

In Colorado, incumbent Democrat Senator Mark Udall and his Republican challenger, Congressman Cory Gardner, are running a close race for U.S. senator.  Oil & Gas 360® created a graph showing how the two candidates’ campaign contributions compared by business sector.…

Synergy Resources: No Fear of Oil Prices

Synergy Resources: No Fear of Oil Prices

On Wednesday, OPEC’s secretary-general Abdalla Salem el-Badri told an energy conference that oil price weakness would likely hit output of shale oil hard, the Wall Street Journal reported. “At this price, 50% of tight oil will be out of the …