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US Upstream week in brief: 4 May 2016

US Upstream week in brief: 4 May 2016

Report summary

Whiting adds production growth with wellbore production agreement. EQT acquires Marcellus West Virginia acres from Statoil for US$407 million.  Ultra Petroleum and Midstates Petroleum file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.  Halliburton to pay Baker Hughes US$3.5 billion breakup fee after merger talks collapse.  Indigo Minerals acquires non-producing acres in Cotton Valley and Haynesville area.

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  • Top stories of the week
    • Excess capacity and debt-to-capital ratios for major Northeast producers
    • Number of the week
    • Operated wells most likely to benefit from Colorado Supreme Court ruling
  • Lower 48 dashboard
    • Share price performance, crude oil & gas inventories, horizontal rig count stats

In this report there are 6 tables or charts, including:

  • Top stories of the week
    • Whiting Petroleum wells highlighted in dark orange are likely to be included in well participation agreement
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  • Lower 48 dashboard
    • US Upstream week in brief: 4 May 2016: Image 6
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