Eagle Ford

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February 07, 2024
As acquisition deals continue to mount in West Texas’ Permian basin – $144 billion in the fourth quarter of 2023 – interest is turning to basins like the Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Barnett and others. 
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October 30, 2023
The joint ventures would include its activities in the Haynesville shale gas basin as well as the Eagle Ford.
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August 14, 2023
Chesapeake has agreed to sell approximately 42,000 net acres and approximately 540 wells in the condensate rich portion of its Eagle Ford asset located in Dimmit and Webb counties, along with related property, plant and equipment.
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July 12, 2023
Following closing, Crescent assumed operatorship of its existing Western Eagle Ford acreage and plans to maintain a one-rig development program on the asset through the remainder of the year.
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May 04, 2023
Callon's operations will be focused on its more than 145,000 net acres in the prolific Permian basin, executing its proven "Life of Field" Co-Development Model on an expanded Delaware Basin footprint.
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May 03, 2023
Acquisition of operatorship and incremental working interest in existing non-operated assets significantly enhances Crescent’s scale in the Eagle Ford. Expanded operational control provides an opportunity for meaningful improvement in capital efficiencies, asset performance and basin-wide synergies.
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May 03, 2023
The addition of Chesapeake's assets and operations in south Texas is part of INEOS Energy’s strategy to build a global integrated portfolio, fit for the energy transition, offering high-quality, energy solutions to its customers.
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April 27, 2023
This acquisition marks the third Eagle Ford basin deal closed this year and is the largest single purchase the Elk Range team has made in the basin to date.
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February 22, 2023
Chesapeake has agreed to sell approximately 172,000 net acres and approximately 2,300 wells in the black oil portion of its Eagle Ford asset primarily in Dimmit, LaSalle and McMullen counties, along with related property, plant and equipment.
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February 02, 2023
The Japanese company is divesting all of its tight oil development and production activities to “optimize the INPEX Group’s global asset portfolio.”
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January 18, 2023
WildFire Energy acquired approximately 377,000 net acres and approximately 1,350 wells in the Brazos Valley region of its Eagle Ford asset from Chesapeake Energy Corporation.
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January 04, 2023
With these transactions, ProFrac has expanded its geographic footprint to include the Rockies and Bakken, and increased its pressure pumping and manufacturing presence in the Northeast.
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December 28, 2022
The assets acquired from Ensign Natural Resources span Live Oak, Bee, Karnes, and Dewitt Counties across the condensate, wet gas, and dry gas phase windows of the Eagle Ford.
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November 21, 2022
A frac-sand plant in the Eagle Ford region of Texas erupted in flames over the weekend, imperiling supplies of a key component in shale drilling.
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September 09, 2022
Chesapeake Energy Corp. said its assets in the Eagle Ford Shale have drawn a “tremendous amount of interest” as the U.S. company pursues a sale in order to become a pure-play natural gas producer.
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August 10, 2022
Devon Energy Corp. agreed to acquire Validus Energy for about $1.8 billion in cash to expand in the Eagle Ford shale patch in South Texas.
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August 03, 2022
Chesapeake Energy Corp. plans to exit the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas while doubling down on two other natural basins as the energy company focuses on natural gas production while retreating from oil.
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June 10, 2022
The owners of Laredo Energy VI LP, a gas driller focused in the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas, are considering a sale of the company worth up to $1 billion, according to people with knowledge of the situation.
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January 2022
Shaky ground: Railroad Commission takes much-needed stand on oil field earthquakes
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January 14, 2022
The Eagle Ford shale in South Texas, long overlooked compared to its larger cousin the Permian basin, saw its biggest one-week jump in drilling activity in more than two years as explorers look for growth beyond the world’s biggest shale patch.
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December 01, 2021
Texas’s top oil and gas regulator voted Tuesday to more clearly define who’ll be at the top of the list to keep receiving electricity during severe winter weather, closing an earlier draft loophole that critics said would’ve let any operator pay just $150 to opt-out of expensive upgrades.
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