Over the past five years EOG Resources’ stock is up 245% and investors have one big change to thank for those gains. It’s a change that Chesapeake Energy and Ultra Petroleum are hoping to replicate.
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While the Linn Energy-Devon deal represents the culmination of the restructuring process for Devon, it allows Linn to replace its higher-decline Granite Wash assets with lower-decline natural gas production.
With its midstream exit now complete, Eagle Rock Energy Partners needs to follow LINN Energy and close out its horizontal drilling operations in Oklahoma.
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Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold recently sold its Eagle Ford shale assets. Was it the right move?
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With shares up over 55% this year, how much room is left to run for Cheniere Energy?