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Harvest Oil & Gas Divests Barnett Shale

Harvest Oil & Gas Divests Barnett Shale

By Tyler Losier, Energy Reporter, Oil & Gas 360

Harvest Oil & Gas sells Barnett shale assets for $72 million
Harvest Oil & Gas Corporation (stock ticker: HRST), formerly EV Energy Partners L.P., has entered into a definitive agreement with

DJR Energy Closes Deal with Encana

DJR Energy Closes Deal with Encana

Makes DJR the largest acreage holder in San Juan Basin core oil window
 

Yesterday, privately held Denver-based DJR Energy closed on its acquisition of Encana Corporation’s (stock ticker: ECA) non-core San Juan Basin assets in northern New Mexico.

Source: DJR

December 28, 2018 - 2:02 pm Closing Bell Story‎, Exploration and Production (E&P)
Rule Change Would Double Well Density in San Juan Basin for Hilcorp

Rule Change Would Double Well Density in San Juan Basin for Hilcorp

From the Associated Press/US News

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A Houston-based oil and gas company wants New Mexico regulators to ease restrictions on well locations in two counties within one of the oldest producing basins in the U.S., saying …

WPX Energy Ends an Active 2015 with Gathering System Sale

WPX Energy Ends an Active 2015 with Gathering System Sale

Industry-wide divestiture levels were down on a year-over-year basis in 2015, but WPX Energy (ticker: WPX) did more than its fair share on the mergers and acquisitions front.

On December 31, 2015, the Tulsa-based exploration and production company announced the …

WPX Energy Tacks on Acreage in the San Juan Basin

WPX Energy Tacks on Acreage in the San Juan Basin

WPX Energy (ticker: WPX) added 14,300 net acres to its San Juan Basin asset on June 22, 2015, increasing its overall position in the region to 100,000 net acres. WPX believes it holds 500 gross drilling locations across the Gallup …

New Mexico’s Under-the-Radar Opportunity for Oil & Gas Development

New Mexico’s Under-the-Radar Opportunity for Oil & Gas Development

Some states have hit the jackpot with massive hydrocarbon deposits. Independent oil and gas companies have turned fossil fuels in Texas, North Dakota and Pennsylvania into economic development powerhouses. These states are among the fastest growing in the country due …

October 6, 2014 - 6:05 pm Midstream, Oil and Gas 360 Articles