Oil and Gas Investor | August 2015 | Volume 35 | Issue 08
Table of Contents
50 | GREEN SHOOTS IN GREELEY
Niobrara drillers have been able to drill through the downturn, albeit at a slower pace, with an eye out for new horizons.
63 | REALISM IN THE DOWNCYCLE
First Reserve has committed up to $1 billion in Mexico. Co-CEO Alex T.
Krueger discusses the strategy.
67 | READY TO MOVE THE NEEDLE
Despite lower commodity prices, select E&Ps have near-term catalysts.
71 | AT WHAT PRICE CAPITAL?
Cash-strapped E&Ps find a deep pool of energy funds, but with new-look structures.
75 | NEW TWISTS ON AN OLD STRUCTURE
Drill-to-earn JVs have benefits, but mind these caveats.
79 | BIG RATES IN ALASKA
“Old school” wells in Alaska are delivering jaw-dropping rates.
85 | CUSTOMER-ANCHORED SUPPLY CHAINS
The industry slowdown is an opportune time to optimize the supply chain.
89 | THE NEWS FROM DUG EAST
Now that takeaway is catching up, Marcellus-Utica economics favor quality acreage and cost structure.