In recent years, roughly a fifth of total investment in U.S. shale oil and gas development has come from overseas.
Oil and gas companies depend on technology in order to unlock the resources from this emerging shale play.
It's hard to give up the reins of companies you've built from the ground up.
With Sandridge Energy CEO Tom Ward out, who is the next CEO in line to be shown the exit.
With CEO and founder Tom Ward now out of the picture, what does this mean for SandRidge investors?
Is Chesapeake paying Doug Lawler, its recently appointed chief executive, too much?
Exploration and production companies need a lot of cash to tap our shale resources which is opening up a massive opportunities for one small group of oil and gas companies.
The founder and former CEO of Chesapeake energy is taking another shot at the US energy boom.
As you look deeper at EV Energy's reserves, two areas really stick out. The question you need to answer is if these could lead to more risk that you are willing to take.
EV Energy's units have been put on sale this year, falling by about a third. Let's take a look at three reasons why investors might be cutting EV Energy out of their portfolios.