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Southwestern Energy Co News

  • Shell Profit Beats Analyst Estimates on Higher Gas Earnings

    Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Europe’s biggest oil company, reported first-quarter results that beat analyst forecasts on higher natural gas earnings. The shares rose the most in two years in London.

  • Ex-Cobalt Executive May List Shale Explorer Tamboran in U.S.

    Tamboran Resources Ltd., an Australian shale explorer led by a former Cobalt International Energy Inc. executive, is considering going public in the U.S. as early as the second half of this year.

  • Harper Collides With Native Canadians' Natural Resources Claims

    Back in the spring of 2012, while walking in the deep woods of northern Ontario, Sonny Gagnon stumbled across a collection of surveying equipment among the towering spruce trees. Gagnon is chief of the Aroland aboriginal tribe, a band of 450 people living in a village of ramshackle houses surrounded by swampy muskeg. He tracks everything that goes on in his community. And the surveying tools weren’t supposed to be there.

  • U.S. Stocks Erase Gains as Technology Shares Lead Losses

    U.S. stocks rose to a record, capping the best month since October, as improving consumer confidence and speculation that the Federal Reserve will support the economy offset concern over escalating conflict in Ukraine.

  • Cabot Production Growth Seen Cut as Gas Hits 10-Year-Low: Energy

    Cabot Oil & Gas Corp., the best performer in the Standard & Poor’s 500 index last year, may curtail drilling to cope with natural-gas prices that slumped to a 10-year low because of a supply glut it helped create.

  • Southwestern Falls on Results From New Oil Field: Dallas Mover

    Southwestern Energy Co., the biggest natural-gas producer in Arkansas’ Fayetteville Shale, fell the most in six weeks after it announced disappointing results from a new oil field.

  • Southwestern Energy CEO on Possible Joint Ventures

    Dec. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Steve Mueller, chief executive officer of Southwestern Energy Co., talks about the company's expansion plans and the outlook for joint ventures. Southwestern Energy, which pioneered natural-gas development from Arkansas’s Fayetteville Shale, may enter into joint ventures next year for its New Brunswick acreage in Canada and Brown Dense holdings in the U.S. Mueller spoke with Bloomberg's Edward Klump on Dec. 4 at a Capital One Southcoast energy conference in New Orleans. (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Southwestern Energy May Face $393 Million Payout After Trial

    A Texas judge is weighing whether Southwestern Energy Co. should give up $381.5 million in profits in the wake of a jury’s verdict that the Houston oil and gas company stole “sweet spots” well data from two prospectors.

  • Drillers Silence Fracking Claims With Sealed Settlements

    Chris and Stephanie Hallowich were sure drilling for natural gas near their Pennsylvania home was to blame for the headaches, burning eyes and sore throats they suffered after the work began.

  • Southwestern Energy Says Dry Weather May Slow Pennsylvania Shale-Gas Work

    Southwestern Energy Co. , the largest natural-gas producer in the Fayetteville Shale of Arkansas, said development of the Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania may be slowed if dry weather continues the next few months.

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