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APA Corporation
APA
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APA Corporation, through its subsidiaries, explores, develops, and produces natural gas, crude oil, and natural gas liquids worldwide. It has oil and gas operations in the United States, Egypt, and the United Kingdom. The company also has exploration activities in Suriname, as well as holds interests in projects located in Uruguay and other international locations. APA Corporation was incorporated in 1954 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas.

Company News

  • Chesapeake Energy’s $7.4 billion merger deal values Southwestern Energy stock at a discount

  • Apache, Occidental, and Chevron Enter Unpopular Deals

  • Southwestern, Chesapeake Near $17 Billion Energy Merger

  • Latest Oil Deal Has Producer Retreating To Safer U.S. Assets As Libya Adds To Middle East Oil Fears

  • Energy Company APA to Buy Callon Petroleum in $4.5 Billion Deal

  • APA Agrees to Buy Callon in $4.5 Billion Oil Deal. It’s Another Permian Basin Play.

  • Callon Petroleum Shares Edge Up Premarket on Takeover by APA

  • APA to Buy Callon Petroleum in $4.5 Billion Deal

  • APA to Issue 1.0425 Shares for Each Callon Share >APA CPE

  • APA Will Acquire Callon in an all-Stk Transaction Valued at $4.5B, Inclusive of Callon's Net Debt >CPE

  • OPEC Delays Meeting. Oil Prices and Stocks Are Falling.

  • APA Agrees to Build A$450 Million Gas Pipeline in Australia's NSW

  • APA Stock Sees Relative Strength Performance Rise; Still Shy Of Technical Benchmark

  • APA Sees 3Q Adjusted Production at Upper Half of Guidance Range

  • Suriname: TotalEnergies Announces an Oil Project of 200,000 b/d in Block 58 and Launches Development Studies With the Objective of Sanctioning the Project End 2024

  • APA Group FY Net Profit A$287 Million, Up 10%

  • U.S. energy stocks are back on top as sector leads Wall Street for first time since last year

  • U.S. energy stocks are back on top as sector leads Wall Street for first time since last year

  • Dow posts 3-day losing streak as Tesla, energy shares drag down Wall Street

  • Tesla and Nio shares sink after delivery updates, while Marathon Oil and other energy stocks rise