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Gulfport and Diamondback bag billion dollar deals right before the holidays: US upstream week in brief Dec. 21 2016

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Gulfport Energy continues the trend of Northeast operators diversifying into other basins with its move into the gas window of the SCOOP. Meanwhile, two more Permian E&Ps did some last-minute shopping to acquire southern Delaware Basin acreage to put under the tree, with Diamondback acquiring Brigham Resources and Callon acquiring a package from Ameredev. While Permian E&Ps have been snapping up packages from private equity all year, the Haynesville has seen the opposite. This week is no exception, with PE-backed Covey Park purchasing Chesapeake's second non-core Haynesville package. With 2016 drawing to a close, we have highlighted our most impactful insights of the year and the top weekly notes. From global capex cuts to billion dollar acquisitions, 2016 has been a tumultuous year. Never before has more value been placed on flowing production or more focus been spent on bolstering low-cost inventory and bringing down breakevens.

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  • Diamondback Delaware acquisitions and Midland operated wells
  • Gulfport takes over Vitruvian on the western edge of the SCOOP
  • Gulfport and Diamondback bag billion dollar deals right before the holidays: US upstream week in brief Dec. 21 2016: Image 4

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