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Devon Energy
18 июля, 12:57

Poseidon включился в борьбу за нефтяной рынок Азии

Poseidon стал участником борьбы между американскими производителями нефти и поставщиками с Ближнего Востока за крупнейший в мире рынок нефти, пишет Bloomberg.

18 июля, 12:57

Poseidon включился в борьбу за нефтяной рынок Азии

Poseidon стал участником борьбы между американскими производителями нефти и поставщиками с Ближнего Востока за крупнейший в мире рынок нефти, пишет Bloomberg.

14 июля, 14:09

O CANADA: Oil Sands Help Shale Stymie OPEC’s Effort to Rebalance Market. As oil rigs in the U.S. …

O CANADA: Oil Sands Help Shale Stymie OPEC’s Effort to Rebalance Market. As oil rigs in the U.S. jumped 45 percent this year, north of the border, oil-sands companies including Devon Energy Corp., Suncor Energy Inc. and Cenovus Energy Inc. have ramped up operations as well. Their thermal production sites are running as much as […]

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14 июля, 12:53

У ОПЕК нет шанса: канадские нефтяники тоже качают ...

Как выяснилось, усилия производителей ОПЕК по борьбе с профицитом предложения саботируют не только американские нефтяники, работающие на сланцевых месторождениях. В этом году число активных нефтяных буровых установок в США подскочило на 45%. А тем временем к северу от границы США добывающие компании на нефтеносных песках, включая Devon Energy Corp., Suncor Energy Inc. и Cenovus Energy Inc., … читать далее…

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11 июля, 19:36

Devon reports record rate for STACK well

Devon Energy Corp., Oklahoma City, reported a production rate of 6,000 boe/d from a well drilled in southwest Kingfisher County, Okla.

06 июля, 15:35

Are Options Traders Betting on a Big Move in Devon Energy (DVN) Stock?

Investors in Devon Energy (DVN) need to pay close attention to the stock based on moves in the options market lately.

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09 июня, 20:03

New US Shale Play Emerges As Rig Count Rises For 21st Week In A Row

Crude production from the Lower 48 dropped marginally last week, despite rising rig counts...   And in the last week oil rig counts rose once again (21st week in a row) up 8 to 741 - highest since April 2015 - notably given the lagged response to prices, we might expect the rig count rises to slow here. But, while the Permian has dominated the conversation in recent months, OilPrice.com's Irinia Slav explains the next big US shale play... Media coverage of the U.S. shale oil and gas industry makes it sound like the Permian is the only place where things are happening. Everybody is buying acreage in the Permian, selling acreage in other shale plays, and production costs are falling the fastest in that same Permian. True as this may be, this shale play is by no means the only one where production is growing. In fact, oil and gas output across the shale patch has been growing, as the Energy Information Administration’s latest drilling productivity report shows. And that’s not all because there is a new actor on stage: Powder River Basin in Wyoming. Now, in its May drilling productivity report the EIA confirmed what media have been saying: the Permian is the hottest spot in the shale patch, with a 71,000-bpd increase in output in April. This hottest spot was followed by the Eagle Ford, which some see as a declining play but if we are to believe EIA data, it is far from a decline: drillers there added 36,000 bpd to total output in April. Bakken, which the EIA last year said will become the largest source of tight oil and gas in the U.S., added 6,000 bpd to daily production, with Niobrara added 7,000 bpd. Even the Marcellus and Utica plays, which are more famous for their gas, are yielding more crude, with both adding 1,000 bpd to overall output in April. All in all, despite much skepticism and open doubts in the actual performance of U.S. shale, the fact is that shale drillers are indeed boosting production. There is a school of thought that says the shale bubble will burst at some point, when producers stop being able to service the debts they are taking out to increase production but let’s bear in mind that they are not just investing in more production. Shale drillers are also investing in efficiency improvements that lower their production costs. Now for the new player in the field, which is in fact not new at all. Bloomberg’s Alex Nussbaum calls Wyoming’s (and Montana’s) Powder River Basin “a home to cattle ranches and coal mines.” Yet until the 2014 price crash, the PRB was one of the shale oil basins that were growing at the fastest rate. Then prices tanked and drillers started getting out. Now drillers are returning to the PBR. Crude oil production in the basin jumped to 1,000 bpd of oil equivalent over the last 12 months from less than 800 barrels and a major drilling expansion is on the way. EOG, Chesapeake, and Devon Energy are planning to spend a combined US$600 million in that part of Wyoming, and pipeline operators are eager to expand in that direction. The reason: land prices are much lower than those in the Permian, for the moment. It’s all about early birds catching worms, and the earlier a bird is the better because prices in Powder River are already rising. A year ago, Nussbaum says, drilling permits went for less than US$1,000 per acre. Now, an acre costs US$17,000. It may be that the Powder River Basin will repeat the success of the Permian, not least because its geology is similar, which of course means low production prices. Just this week, a local midstream operator, Evolution Midstream, purchased a gas gathering system from peer Lucid Energy Group, saying the asset will make the foundation for regional expansion now that interest in the Powder River Basin is growing so fast.

08 июня, 19:14

Trump Is Swamping The Drain In Washington

Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com Remember when “draining the swamp” was something the Bush administration swore it was going to do in launching its Global War on Terror?  Well, as we all know, that global swamp of terror only got muckier in the ensuing years. (Think al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, think ISIS.) Then, last year, that swamp left terror behind and took up residence in Washington, D.C.  In the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump swore repeatedly that, along with building his wall and locking “her” up, he was going to definitively drain the Washington swamp, ridding the national capital of special interests once and for all.  (“It is time to drain the swamp in Washington, D.C.,” he typically said. “This is why I’m proposing a package of ethics reforms to make our government honest once again.”)  “Drain the swamp” became one of the signature chants at his rallies. You want swamp? You’ve already got the start of a genuine mire, a true bog in Donald Trump’s Washington. No sooner had he been elected, however, then he decided to “retire” the concept of draining the swamp ― and little wonder.  After all, he quickly began appointing hordes of “former lobbyists, lawyers and consultants” to agencies where they were to help “craft new policies for the same industries in which they recently earned a paycheck.” Then his administration started issuing waivers to those new appointees, allowing them to “take up matters that could benefit former clients.”  News of just who got those waivers was kept secret and only released after publicity about them took a truly bad turn.  Here’s a typical example of one of them, as reported by the New York Times:     “A... waiver was given to Michael Catanzaro, who until January was registered as a lobbyist for companies including Devon Energy, an oil and gas company, and Talen Energy, a coal-burning electric utility. Mr. Catanzaro moved from lobbying against Obama-era environmental rules to overseeing the White House office in charge of rolling back the same rules, an activity permitted by his waiver.” You want swamp?  You’ve already got the start of a genuine mire, a true bog in Donald Trump’s Washington.  Having yesterday’s corporate lobbyists oversee today’s government policies for the very industries that employed them last week doesn’t exactly increase the odds of instituting the sort of “populist” economics Trump promised on the campaign trail; nor, as TomDispatch regular Nomi Prins, author of All the Presidents’ Bankers, reported in late January, is appointing a veritable who’s who of Goldman Sachs executives to key positions, including Treasury secretary, the most obvious way to drain the swamp when it comes to, say, America’s banks and other financial institutions.  As for those banks ― remember the “too big to fail” financial meltdown of 2007-2008? ― let Prins tell you in her latest, “Dear President Trump: Breaking Up (Banks) Isn’t So Hard to Do,” just what’s at stake in Washington right now.  type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=59237119e4b07617ae4cbef6,5924a04be4b0650cc01fd23f,58e801a5e4b058f0a02f5363,591b6f2ae4b0a7458fa3f3d8 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

02 июня, 14:14

Devon Energy (DVN) Down 11% Since Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?

Devon Energy (DVN) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

02 июня, 07:19

На Уолл-стрит зреют сомнения в климатической политике Трампа

Ведущие инвесторы в среду уведомили американских промышленников, что считают важным фактором изменение климата вопреки соображениям президента Дональда Трампа, который задумался над выходом из глобального Парижского климатического соглашения.

26 мая, 19:44

Top Analyst Reports for Visa, GE, GlaxoSmithKline & Others

Top Analyst Reports for Visa, GE, GlaxoSmithKline & Others

25 мая, 22:22

What Oil & Gas Stocks To Pick Up Now That OPEC Has Spoken

Analysts think the stocks of Continental Resources, Cabot Oil & Gas, Concho Resources, Devon Energy and Diamondback could outperform, even though some were disappointed over the length and depth of OPEC's oil production cuts.

13 мая, 12:45

Будущее зависит от вас

Политологи еще долго будут обсуждать откуда взялись Брексит, Трамп и Ле Пен. Некоторые думают, что проблема — в разнице в доходах. Я бы сказал, что не совсем. Скорее речь идет о беспокойстве об источнике дохода и о том, каким образом сейчас можно сохранить хорошую работу.

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12 мая, 08:00

3 акции нефтяного сектора, которые стоит купить в мае

В центре внимания — Devon Energy, National Oilwell Varco и ONEOK.

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05 мая, 19:35

Meritage Midstream unit buys south Powder River basin assets

Thunder Creek Gas Services LLC, a subsidiary of Meritage Midstream Services II LLC, has acquired midstream assets in the southern portion of Wyoming’s Powder River basin from Devon Energy Production Co. LP, a wholly owned subsidiary of Devon Energy Corp.

04 мая, 13:34

WPX Energy (WPX) Q1 Loss Narrower than Expected, Sales Beat

WPX Energy Inc. (WPX) reported a loss of 15 cents per share in the first quarter of 2017, narrower than the Zacks Consensus Estimate of a loss of 17 cents.

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03 мая, 20:37

Devon reports first-quarter earnings of $565 million

Devon Energy Corp., Oklahoma City, reported total net earnings of $565 million in this year’s first quarter. Adjusted earnings totaled $217 million, while operating income was $706 million.

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03 мая, 19:42

Devon Energy to divest $1 billion in upstream assets

Oklahoma City, Okla., independent Devon Energy Corp. reported on plans to divest $1 billion-worth of upstream assets including noncore portions of the Barnett shale area focused mainly around Johnson County as well as other properties in the company’s US resource base.

03 мая, 17:02

Anadarko's (APC) Q1 Loss Wider than Estimates, Sales Beat

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (APC) reported first-quarter 2017 adjusted loss of 60 cents per share, wider than the Zacks Consensus Estimate of a loss of 26 cents.