Monday, May 15, 2017

Texas: Largest Oil & Gas Producers, CY 2016

Oil - Company: Daily average production (bbls) (rounded)
  • EOG: 250,000
  • Pioneer Natural Resources USA Inc: 170,000
  • Occidental Permian Ltd: 120,000
  • Devon Energy Production: 110,000
  • Chesapeake Operating Inc: 100,000
  • Apache Corp
  • XTO Energy
  • Burlington Resources O & G Co. LP
  • Encana oil & Gas (USA)
  • Marathon Oil EF LLC
Natural gas - Company: Daily average production (mcf) - boe (rounded)
  • XTO Energy Inc: 1,500,000 (250,000)
  • Devon Energy Production: 1,000,000 (170,000)
  • Chesapeake Operating Inc: 900,000 (150,000)
  • Lewis Petro Properties Inc: 735,000 (125,000)
  • Anadarko E & P Co. LP: 660,000 (110,000)
  • SM Energy Company
  • Enervest Operating LLC
  • EOG Resources
  • Hilcorp Energy Co
  • Pioneer Natural Resources USA Inc 
Notes To The Granddaughters

From Variety
Brad Grey, the former Paramount Pictures chairman and CEO, died on Sunday night of cancer. He was 59.
In addition to running Paramount for 12 years, Grey helped transform Brillstein-Grey Entertainment into one of Hollywood’s most successful management and production companies, playing a key role in the development of “The Sopranos” and “The Larry Sanders Show.” He also co-founded Plan B Entertainment with Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, through which he produced the Oscar-winning “The Departed.”
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine of USC.
From the Ellison Institute:
Lawrence J. Ellison is an American businessman, sports enthusiast, and philanthropist best known as the founder of Oracle Corporation, the enterprise-technology giant he launched in 1977. In 2014, after serving as Oracle’s CEO for 37 years, Mr. Ellison stepped aside as CEO to become Executive Chairman and Chief Technology Officer.

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