Abraxas Petroleum back on track
Lousy weather, gas plant issues cut into Texas independent’s fourth-quarter production, focused on Bakken and Eagle Ford
Petroleum News Bakken
Abraxas Petroleum Corp.’s production was back on course in February after bad weather in January caused delays in well completions in the Williston Basin of North Dakota and Montana, and plant issues throughout January in Texas’ Eagle Ford relegated the company to flair natural gas.
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