The ExxonMobil/XTO and Denbury/Encore mega-deals send out positive signals for 2010 activity.
Grab your assets, the Canadians are coming.
Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.’s Maynard Holt shares his insights on the new-look M&A marketplace.
Capital is available, the IPO window has opened and M&A is gaining traction.
Chesapeake exits the Fayetteville shale and Range exits the Barnett shale while CNOOC and KNOC gain entrée to U.S. liquids-rich plays. U.S.-based JVs now exceed $27 billion over the last three years.
Small operators are finding themselves outbid for Permian properties as larger public firms with greater capital access block up acreage in the region's rapidly developing resource plays.
In Monopoly terms, Eagle Ford is the Park Place of the domestic oil shale drilling market--and a genuine lesson on how to make money in real estate and oil at the same time.
What do the bulls know that the oil and gas industry doesn't? Here's a look at why Southwestern may be primed for a takeover.
Dealmakers will have a tough time replicating the record transaction volume in 2010.
If projections for economically recoverable gas reserves prove bloated, buy some now.
After an impressive first-quarter run, JV volume was a changeup pitch in the second quarter of 2011 if you count individual deals, and less dramatic than a pop infield fly if measured by dollar volume.
While Appalachian rig count is steady, it is a derivative factor and does not yet reflect the impact from sizeable transactions by major oil companies during the last 24 months.
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