MIDLAND, Texas—U.S. independents are talking more and more about deploying big data, data analytics and the internet of things, particularly in their Lower 48 resource plays. “And, frankly, a lot of this talk is just that: It’s talk,” said Lee Tillman, Marathon Oil Corp. president and CEO. If industry is “going to innovate like a tech company, it’s going to take more,” he told attendees at Hart Energy’s annual Executive Oil Conference.
Rising oilfield-service costs are contributing to the slower pace this year of A&D dealmaking since the first quarter, according to Billy DeArman, a principal with private-equity investor Tailwater Capital LLC. “People who were using low service costs to underwrite valuations are now looking at prices going up, so you don’t have that tailwind,” DeArman said at Hart Energy’s A&D Strategies and Opportunities conference.
With more than 10 prospective pay zones and EURs of between 1 million barrels of oil equivalent (MMboe) and 2 MMboe, appetites are whet for a slice of the Powder River Basin’s more than 1 million acres. (Source: Jeremy Charles)In late September, Maurice W. Brown Oil & Gas LLC (Bidder No. 33) was heatedly battling Titan Exploration LLC (No. 18) and Navigation Powder River LLC (No. 38) for parcels southwest of Wright, Wyo., along Highway 387 and Cosner Road in Campbell County.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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