March 5, 2013: huge story. KOG announces new completion method which could be a game changer. I think CLR knew about this for quite some time.
February 20, 2013: 4Q12 and year-end operational update.
December 17, 2012: increases CAPEX for 2013; provides guidance; plans 61 net operated wells in 2013
October 29, 2012: corporate presentation;
October 25, 2012: 3Q12 operations update.
July 19, 2012: 2Q12 production results.
May 19, 2012: KOG set to surge -- SeekingAlpha.com.
April 23, 2012: KOG primed for explosive growth in 2013 -- SeekingAlpha.
April 5, 2012: SeekingAlpha article.
April 4, 2012: update of KOG's Skunk Creek wells.
February 29, 2012: update of KOG's Koala wells.
February 3, 2012: end-of-year production numbers; misses.
January 9, 2012: KOG completes previously announced acquisition; nothing new; for archival purposes, and in case other links break.
January 5, 2012: Barron's -- KOG one of 2012's top acquisition targets. -- Google Barron's -- paid subscription required.
December 21, 2011: BTA wells being transferred to KOG.
December 9, 2011: snapshot of KOG; no news
November 23, 2011: KOG raises $1 billion (rounded).
November 22, 2011: Multi-part series on the North Plains acquisition. Mike Filloon is now up to part v; I assume he will eventually get to 38 parts.
November 20, 2011: Mike Filloon fills in more details regarding KOG's acquisition of BTA's assets; reviews new acquisition of North Plains Energy assets
November 18, 2011: New offering, 42 million shares at $7.75; $650 million in senior notes. $325 million + $650 million --> $975 million.
November 16, 2011: Comparing KOG and CLR -- daily Bakken production.
November 14, 2011: KOG announces acquisition of 50,000 net acres. Also: Wrap-up here.
November 8, 2011: Motley Fool -- high on KOG.
November 2, 2011: the reason for recent KOG volatility.
October 3, 2011: KOG to buy BTA.
September 28, 2011: KOG acquires 13,500 net acres and a drilling rig.
August 2, 2011: KOG will start trading on NYSE on/about August 4, 2011.
July 26, 2011: archived investing stories on KOG up to this date.
May 25, 2011: KOG enters $85.5 million deal with private oil and gas company:
- New drilling rig, to be completed late 2011; tailored for pad drilling
- Operated working interest in two producing wells currently producing 200 net boepd
- Modicum of surface equipment and pipeline connection facilities that tie into regional system
- 400 net, largely de-risked, un-drilled locations "across all of its WB leasehold"
November 30, 2010: KOG completes previously announced acquisition.
September 21, 2010: operational update. Bottom line -- KOG is still testing the producing potential of the Middle Bakken and the Three Forks Sanish in Dunn County and McKenzie County.
June 29, 2010: Update -- 1,370 flowback on a Moccasin Creek well. Both KOG rigs are now in North Dakota. KOG initiates drilling on a 4-well pad.
April 27, 2010: Update -- Area of Operations.
April 6, 2010: KOG acquires 5,500 net acres.
February 16, 2010: KOG announces 3-well pads in the Bakken. KOG announces that it will soon take delivery of its second drilling rig. This rig will drill outside North Dakota (in Montana) and will be a vertical well into the Red River formation, not the Bakken. In same press release, KOG announced a Bakken well in the FBIR with an IP of 1,419, a short lateral (#18261, Moccasin Creek 16-3-11H) on a 2-well pad; the 2nd well on this pad, #18295, MC 16-3.
December 18, 2009: KOG announces $60 2010 CAPEX program. It will take delivery of a second rig in February 2010 for the Bakken. KOG commits to 12 gross (9.5 net) wells in 2010.
December 11, 2009: another nice well in the FBIR -- permit # 18107, 903 bbls IP, Two Shields Butte 14-33-6H
December 7, 2009: another nice well in the FBIR -- permit # 18051, 1309 bbls IP, Two Shields Butte 14-33-28.