Regions/U.S. Permian Basin

Apache Midstream and ARM Energy Holdings Announce Development of Salt Creek Midstream’s SCM Alpine, LLC

Apache Midstream and ARM Energy Holdings Announce Development of Salt Creek Midstream’s SCM Alpine, LLC Apache Midstream Signs Option for 50% Stake in 445,000 Bbl/d NGL Header System ARM to Construct, Manage, Operate and Own an Interest in the Transportation System Salt Creek Midstream and SCM Alpine Backed by Ares Management’s Private Equity Group Apache Corporation News

Apache Corporation Discovers Significant New Resource Play In Southern Delaware Basin

HOUSTON, Sept. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Apache Corporation (NYSE, Nasdaq: APA) today announced that after more than two years of extensive geologic and geophysical work, methodical acreage accumulation, and strategic testing and delineation drilling, the company can confirm the discovery of a significant new resource play, the “Alpine High.” Apache’s Alpine High acreage lies in the southern portion of the Delaware Basin, primarily in Reeves County, Texas. The company estimates hydrocarbons

Apache donates bur oak for Texas Arbor Day celebration

Apache Corporation, along with Texas A&M Forest Service representatives and state officials, will gather today at the Texas Arbor Day celebration to participate in a tree planting ceremony and rally in honor of the Texas Forestry Association’s 100th anniversary Apache Corporation News

Apache Updates Fourth-Quarter 2013 Operations Activity; Severe Weather Impacts Permian, Central Regions; Results Also To Reflect Asset Sales

HOUSTON, Jan. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Apache Corporation (NYSE, Nasdaq: APA) announced today that downtime caused by severe winter storms and outages at third-party owned infrastructure adversely affected the company’s oil and gas production from its Permian Basin and Central Region operations during the fourth-quarter 2013. The company experienced widespread power outages primarily in West Texas and New Mexico in late November and early December, with icy road conditions contributing

Apache Announces Higher Initial Production, Lower Costs In Latest Tonkawa And Granite Wash Drilling

HOUSTON, May 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Apache Corporation (NYSE, Nasdaq: APA) today announced updated well results from drilling in the Tonkawa and Granite Wash formations of the Texas Panhandle and Western Oklahoma. Tonkawa initial production rates climb 70 percentFlow rates from Apache’s first seven Tonkawa wells drilled and producing for 30 days in 2013 averaged 662 barrels of oil equivalent (boe) per day, a 70 percent increase from wells drilled

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EHS shifts gears, rolls out new Vehicle Operation and Safe Driving Guidelines to regions worldwide Apache Corporation News