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Fracking Trailblazer Chesapeake Energy Files for Bankruptcy
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WSJ: The World Can’t Take Much More Shale Gas

The international trade in liquefied natural gas, or LNG, has collapsed, squeezing an important outlet for U.S. shale gasBy Ryan Dezember July 7, 2020 5:30 am ETNatural-gas prices have bounced back from the 25-year low reached late last month, but analysts and traders don’t expect them to go much higher—at least until it is time to turn on the heat.As other assets recover from the coronavirus meltdown and even…See More
Tuesday
Jay replied to John Denison's discussion Fracking Trailblazer Chesapeake Energy Files for Bankruptcy
"Worst kept secret in the oilpatch. jay"
Jun 28
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Fracking Trailblazer Chesapeake Energy Files for Bankruptcy

Wall Street JournalBy Rebecca ElliottJune 28, 2020 3:58 pm ETChesapeake Energy Corp. CHK -7.28% said Sunday that it had filed for bankruptcy protection as an oil- and gas-price rout stoked by the coronavirus pandemic proved to be the final blow for a shale-drilling pioneer long hamstrung by debt.Co-founded in 1989 by the late wildcatter Aubrey McClendon, Chesapeake was…See More
Jun 28
John Denison replied to full name's discussion Castleton Resources
"I appreciate the "rest of the story" from an industry veteran, Skip. "
May 6
John Denison replied to full name's discussion Castleton Resources
"Castleton's acquisition of SWEPI Haynesville assets was announced in late December 2019.  From the Houston Chronicle Dec. 31: Shell sells last of its Haynesville position Royal Dutch Shell is officially moving out of the gassy Haynesville…"
May 6
Aaron Moak replied to John Denison's discussion Care to Store Some Oil? The real price of West Texas crude hasn’t fallen below $0
"Funny how free market capitalism works until it does not. All those Eddie Chiles quoting, swashbuckling, tough individualists want a community and government to become all touchy-feely about their problems. To paraphrase Eddie: If you do not have a…"
Apr 22
John Denison posted a discussion

Care to Store Some Oil? The real price of West Texas crude hasn’t fallen below $0

Wall Street Journal Editorial Board / April 21Oil traders are storing crude in the expectation that they can get a higher price later, but storage capacity is running out. Traders who are long in the market are having trouble finding storage for delivery, so they have to sell at a firesale price. Meanwhile, the oil price for contracts due in June was $21.40 on Monday, and for August it was $29.15.Few traders actually take delivery on these contracts, so the tangible damage will be losses for…See More
Apr 21
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Deal to acquire parent company of Magnolia LNG called off, project future uncertain

April 14 - Kristen Mosbrucker / The Acadiana AdvocateThe future of a planned liquefied natural gas export terminal near Lake Charles is unclear after a deal for its parent company to be acquired was canceled. LNG Limited is an Australian company, which proposed building Magnolia LNG. It was slated to be taken private by investors in Singapore, but investors withdrew their bid to buy the company after its initial bridge loan fell through. LNG9, the company in Singapore, didn't secure the…See More
Apr 14
John Denison replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion Louisiana Natural Gas Producers Ranked - 2019 Production
"All three are listed as ALTs, does this mean they are going back to an existing well and/or pad?"
Apr 9
John Denison replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion Louisiana Natural Gas Producers Ranked - 2019 Production
"I've been curious to see who the top players are in today's arena. Thanks for posting. Go go Indigo!"
Apr 9
Steve P replied to John Denison's discussion LOGA Survey: Half of Louisiana oil, gas wells could be shut in, 70% of industry jobs lost within 90 days
"The list from LOGA seem driven by operators in the coastal area of Louisiana.  That's where most of the state lands are, and where, I think, nearly all of the environmental lawsuits are pending.  Others on this site will know far more…"
Apr 7
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LOGA Survey: Half of Louisiana oil, gas wells could be shut in, 70% of industry jobs lost within 90 days

Baton Rouge Advocate / April 7, 2020Energy producers may have to shut-in more than half the oil and natural gas wells operated in Louisiana, potentially reducing their workforce by as much as 70% over the next 90 days without emergency relief from an oil glut and price slump, an industry survey shows.The glut is being exacerbated by reduced demand caused the coronavirus and production increases by Saudi Arabia and Russia.The survey of 450 companies conducted by the Louisiana Oil and Gas…See More
Apr 7
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WSJ: Investors Are Warming to Natural Gas

Shares of gas-focused companies that drill in Appalachia are among the only U.S. energy stocks that have risen this monthRyan Dezember Updated March 25, 2020 4:42 pm ETTraders are backing off their bearish bets on natural-gas prices, stock buyers are flocking to the beaten-down shares of Appalachian producers and analysts are forecasting short supplies of the fuel next year unless those companies get back to drilling.All this comes with natural gas fetching its lowest price in a quarter-century…See More
Mar 25
John Denison and Steve P are now friends
Mar 11
John Denison replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion LNG Specialist: Tellurian, "It's not going to make it".
"The vultures are circling."
Mar 2
John Denison replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion Comstock Q4 2019 Financial and Operating Results
"Wow, bring costs down to 53¢ to 67¢ per Mcf in 2020? No wonder we continue to see drilling in these times of depressed prices. And hedge prices for 2021 and 2022 in the upper $2 range? I suppose this is the new normal - lower prices,…"
Mar 2

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