Missed opportunity: hedges to crimp U.S. shale oil producers' 1Q profit
U.S. oil and gas operators face billions of dollars in hedging losses that will weigh on first quarter earnings as this year's oil-price recovery left dozens selling their oil at below market prices.
The fight over who will pay for Texas blackouts gears up
A high-stakes struggle over billions of dollars is playing out in federal bankruptcy courts, in state courts and in the Texas legislature.
Private equity firm Hellman & Friedman acquires majority stake in Enverus
U.S. private equity firm Hellman & Friedman agreed to buy a majority stake in energy data and analytics provider Enverus from Genstar Capital, the companies said.
Enverus Acquires Denver-based Renewable Power Data Firm
Enverus will integrate Denver-based Energy Acuity, which has tracked and cataloged thousands of renewables projects leveraging hundreds of unique data sources across North America.
Renewables Expected to Grow Sharply in Projection of U.S. Electric Market
Exactly how green the electricity supply will get, and what that means for gas-fired generation, remains the subject of debate among prognosticators
Don’t Look Now, But the U.S. Oil and Gas Industry is Booming Again
The history of the oil and gas business in the United States is that every time the “experts” all line up to declare it to be dead, it finds a way to come roaring back.
Midland Map Company brings history to the technology age
You may have seen their iconic sign just off of Wall Street in downtown Midland, but the Midland Map Company is more than just a sign.
Climate Action For Christmas? Omnibus Bill Includes Biggest Policy Shift In Years
The massive spending package just passed by Congress includes the most significant climate legislation in more than a decade, along with significant changes in energy policy.
Colorado’s oil field production could increase if prices stay high after Saudi Arabia attack
An oil derrick pumps oil near a subdivision roundabout looking west on June 7, 2017 in Dacono.
Groups strike consensus in debates over Wyoming's migration corridors
A group of pronghorn stand in a field on the edge of Mills last year. Efforts to find harmony between energy suppliers,
Drillinginfo Changes Name To Enverus, Looks To Future Of Energy
Co-founder Allen Gilmer discussed with Hart Energy why the company decided to rebrand and where it’s heading as Enverus.
Rancher focuses on keeping his land healthy
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Wildlife and working lands
According to public opinion polls, most Americans strongly support wildlife conservation
The Permian Basin is Chock Full of Potential Takeover Targets
A map of Permian acreage owned by each major operator, provided by the folks at industry solutions firm DrillingInfo shows which company’s assets are concentrated
Drillinginfo, B3 take deep dive into produced water issues
Managing that produced water offers both challenges and opportunities, and Drillinginfo and B3 Insight have teamed up to dive deep into the surrounding issues.
Gasoline Prices Creep Toward $3 a Gallon
Gasoline prices may get even more volatile toward the end of the year due to the International Maritime Organization 2020, according to some analysts.
Cattle Call on the Eastern Plains
To understand the business model of the Flying Diamond Ranch near Kit Carson, on Colorado’s Eastern Plains
Big Oil Firms Hold Back on Drilling
The world’s biggest oil companies are awash in cash, thanks to rising crude prices. But few, if any, are going on spending sprees, even as the prospect of a global oil shortage looms.
Rural Lands At Risk As Ranchers Prepare For Retirement
Outside of Cheyenne, Wyoming is an 8,900-acre former ranch where cattle and horses once roamed. Outside of Cheyenne, Wyoming is an 8,900-acre former ranch where cattle and horses once roamed.
The Oil And Gas Situation: Trump's American Energy Dominance Agenda Becoming Reality
As the first month of 2018 comes to a close, the situation for the U.S. oil and gas industry
Making a splash: Denver company catalogs water rights across the West
Water Sage has spent years creating databases capable of snatching and simplifying information about water rights across the West. Now it's expanding its reach — and hiring.
The Chore of Understanding Water Rights Just Got a Little Easier
It is notoriously difficult to access and interpret information on water rights. Water Sage, a new web-based service now offered in California, aims to take the sting out of this task for individuals and institutions alike.
Q&A: Statistics executive is bullish on U.S. oil production
Allen Gilmer, chairman and CEO of Austin-based Drillinginfo, is confident the United States will increasingly replace Saudi Arabia as the world's swing oil producer.
Meet the group that styles itself the West's 'radical center'
Half a dozen years ago, ranchers and landowners in the West felt a gap in the spectrum of groups representing them in policy battles.