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Noble Energy to acquire Clayton Williams Energy

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With a recent Permian Basin acquisition worth around $6 billion, Exxon Mobil isn’t the only oil and gas company making waves in the new year. Noble Energy announced Jan. 16 it plans to acquire Clayton Williams Energy for $2.7 billion in Noble Energy stock and cash. The Noble Energy press release notes the acquisition will advance the companies goals within the ...

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Concho Resources looking to buy Clayton Williams – Bloomberg

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Concho Resources Inc, one of the top energy explorers in the oil-soaked Permian Basin beneath Texas and New Mexico, is seeking to buy Clayton Williams Energy Inc, Bloomberg reported this week. Clayton Williams drew interest from other suitors and may yet decide to remain independent, raise capital or sell assets, Bloomberg reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter.  Shares ...

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Can oil and gas turn hunters away from conservation?

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Zachary Toliver| Shale Plays Media It is no secret the oil and gas industries are backed strongly by the right wing of the political spectrum. But what happens when the interests of oil and gas exploration collides with the interest of other right wing affiliates such as the NRA or other organizations with large populations of hunting enthusiast? A group ...

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Basin oil, gas operators face complex issues

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By Paul Wiseman, Midland Reporter-Telegram Contributor With the complex issues facing today’s producers, business is just not as simple as concentrating solely on finding and producing oil and gas. Challenges with water, the amount of reserves and new drilling methods are all in play. A number of area producers recently responded to questions regarding these topics to shed light on the industry’s current ...

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