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Apache Corp. buys a big chunk of BLVD Place
Energy giant Apache Corp. has acquired nearly a third of the land in the upscale BLVD Place project, developer Wulfe & Co.
Apache Corp. attaches growth to West Texas boom
Production in the Permian Basin in West Texas will expand at a 13 percent compound annual growth rate, according to the company. Its Central U.S.
Apache Corp.: New holdings could contain 3B barrels of crude  New Mexico Business Weekly
Apache Corp Make the World's Largest Shale Gas Discovery in British Columbia
That's 22 million cubic feet a day, an estimate of 18 billion cubic feet from the well in its primary production. One well, only one, in a shale formation.
Apache Joins Chesapeake And Sandridge At The Mississippi Lime Party
We had already been starting to hear quite a bit about the Mississippi Lime from companies like Sandridge Energy (NYSE:SD) and Chespeake Energy (NYSE:CHK).
Gulf Coast Oil Platforms: Save the Rigs?
Drew Hunger, manager of decommissioning for Houston-based Apache Corporation, one of the largest operators in the Gulf, blames a restrictive and lengthy permitting process.
People, Shops and Roads Converge Here
This lack of curb appeal is partly the result of the rough times of the 1970s, when the area was a nexus of burning buildings and Fort Apache-style crime. The rebirth of the South Bronx has been particularly slow to catch on here, said Vincent ...
UTC, subsidiaries guilty for aiding China's military attack helicopter
General Electric Co. supplies the engines for Sikorsky's Black Hawk and Boeing's Apache. The Pratt Canada engine is used on Air Force trainers, he noted.
Sacred Sites: California's Medicine Lake Highlands and Hatchet Mountain
The Medicine Lake Highlands have been a contested area for over two decades. Calpine Corporation, the planet's largest provider of geothermal energy, has held geothermal development leases on land in the Highlands since 1988, although the leases and ...
Hackers target state computers
Harrison told CBS 5 News the threats to private individuals, corporations and government computer systems are growing as technology advances.
Report: It's not your imagination, AZ is getting hotter
Allen Freeman of Mesa has lived in the Valley his entire life and said he's noticed it getting warmer over the last few decades.