Devon Energy Corp.'s stock has dropped for three straight days since it announced a $6 million deal to buy into the oil-rich Eagle Ford Shale, but analysts are optimistic about its future.
Devon Energy Corp. is installing a complex network of oil, gas and water lines to service wells in central Oklahoma's Woodford oil shale.
Devon Energy Corp. CEO John Richels envisions a “new Devon” after the company announced a deal to acquire acreage in south Texas' oil-rich Eagle Ford Shale for $6 billion.
Devon Energy Corp. will spend $6 billion in cash to buy into the oil-rich Eagle Ford Shale in south Texas.
ONEOK Partners LP is planning nearly $800 million in infrastructure projects to serve the booming Bakken Shale in North Dakota.
Citing unidentified sources, The Wall Street Journal said Devon was close to announcing a $6 billion deal for privately held GeoSouthern Energy Corp. of The Woodlands, Texas.
Oklahoma City’s Devon Energy Corp. might be in a shopping mood.
Firm plans large medical center development along Broadway Extension near Britton Road.
SandRidge saw revenue increase a state-best 75.9 percent the past year.
The past year was full of highlights for Chesapeake Energy Corp., but a company executive said the best could be yet to come.
For once, Tulsa-based Alliance Resource Partners LP managed to finish ahead of the company that owns all of its assets.
It took a team effort to propel Tulsa's Unit Corp. into the top tier of Oklahoma companies this year.
CEO Jim Palm said 90 percent of Gulfport's production is oil, including sweet crude from Louisiana that sells at about a $25 premium to the West Texas Intermediate produced in Oklahoma and surrounding states.
OGE Energy reported record earnings in 2010 as it embarked on an ambitious $1.4 billion growth program.
Planning for the future has kept Helmerich & Payne afloat and growing.
ONEOK Partners LP is reaping the rewards of a $2 billion-plus capital investment program completed in late 2009.