s highest allocations of capital at quarter-end all went to events within the merger-related credit sleeve: Petrohawk Energy Corp 7¼% bonds of 2018 (acquired by BHP Biliton), Complete Production Services Inc 8% bonds of 2016 (being
resources in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale. In July, mining giant BHP Billiton announced a deal to acquire Petrohawk Energy Corp. and its 3.4 trillion cubic feet of primarily natural gas reserves for $12.1 billion. Already in 2012
Reuters. Back in July, the first large-cap company to go discount shopping was BHP Billiton when it purchased Petrohawk Energy for just over $15 billion. The deal, which gives BHP access to the highly coveted shale gas reserves, was struck
LONDON (Reuters) - BHP Billiton's $12.1 billion agreed takeover of U.S. shale gas producer Petrohawk Energy Corp shows environmental concerns and weak margins have not cooled interest in this...
BANGALORE (Reuters) - Shares of U.S. oil and gas producers that own shale acreages rose on Friday, following major global miner BHP Billiton's bid to buy Petrohawk Energy at a hefty premium.
Petrohawk Energy HK announced Thursday that it had accepted an all-cash offer from BHP Billiton BHP for $12.1 billion, or $38.75 per share
Petrohawk Energy HK announced first-quarter results Thursday, with average daily production of 826 million cubic feet of equivalent per day matching
Petrohawk Energy HK announced fourth-quarter results Tuesday. As previously reported, fourth-quarter average daily production was 761 million
On Tuesday, Petrohawk Energy HK announced fourth-quarter average daily production of 761 million cubic feet equivalent per day, up from 598 mmcfe/d a year
Petrohawk Energy HK announced it has completed the sale of its Fayetteville Shale assets to ExxonMobil XOM for $575 million, with an agreement