Eclipse Resources Expands Its Position In The Appalachian Basin, What To Expect.

As Wall Street discounts stacked pay by punishing high cost per acre, Eclipse Resources made an interesting play in January to lower their average per-acre costs that stirred investors. After announcing their acquisition of Travis Peak’s 44,500-net-acre, $93.7 million Flat Castle project in Northeast Pennsylvania, their stock dipped initially before jumping 20%. This $1,900-per-acre cost is less than the recent deals targeting the Utica in the Appalachian Basin. After their

Episode 22 - LNG’s Growing Market

On today’s episode, Alan Herbst of Utilis Advisory Group discuss LNG’s growing market. Guest: Alan has over 25 years experience with energy business development, market analysis, oil and gas investment, commodity pricing and risk management. In recent years, he has focused his efforts on: US unconventional asset development and associated transportation logistics, evaluating midstream gas pipeline operations, identifying opportunities to export US pipeline gas to Mexico, conducting LNG pricing, import/export

Episode 20 - U.S. Government’s Impact on Energy

On this week’s episode, we are talking with Forbes contributor & energy analyst David Blackmon about the U.S. Government’s Impact on Energy. Guest: David Blackmon is an independent energy analyst/consultant based in Mansfield, TX. David has enjoyed a 37-year career in the oil and gas industry, the last 22 years of which have been spent in the public policy arena, managing regulatory and legislative issues for various companies, including Burlington