WorldOil Oil ghost towns dot the landscape in Texas’s other shale patch If Texas’s Permian basin is Exhibit A for the U.S. oil boom that refuses to die, then the Eagle Ford, a smaller shale patch some 400 mi to the east, represents all those places that have been left behind. Devon Energy restores production to pre-Harvey levels Devon Energy Corp. has reported that it has restored production to pre-storm levels across its U.S. operations following Hurricane Harvey. SM Energy reports effects of Hurricane Harvey SM Energy Company has announced updated information regarding the effects of Hurricane Harvey on the Company's operations. Devon Energy provides preliminary update regarding impact of Hurricane Harvey Devon Energy Corp. today provided a preliminary update on the impact of Hurricane Harvey to the company’s Eagle Ford operations in South Texas. Harvey's muddy roadways could delay 10% of U.S. fracing As much as 10% of U.S. fracing work could be delayed after Hurricane Harvey ripped through southeast Texas, soaking thousands of miles of dirt roads snaking through one of the nation’s busiest oilfields. Post Oak Energy Capital makes $100-million commitment to Sierra EF Post Oak Energy Capital announced that it committed $100 million of equity to Sierra EF, a subsidiary of Sierra Resources, LLC. Affiliates of GSO Capital Partners, and the Sierra management team also have contributed capital to the company and will continue to invest alongside Post Oak. Sanchez Energy to sell Eagle Ford asset for $105 million Sanchez Energy Corporation has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Javelina asset in the Eagle Ford shale for approximately $105 million in cash. Shaletech: Eagle Ford Shale Making hay in a temperamental market U.S. operators are teed up for a drilling resurgence Drilling activity is noticeably higher, as American drillers climb out from historically low levels. Devon Energy announces $340 million of non-core asset sales in the Eagle Ford Devon Energy Corp. announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to monetize its Lavaca County assets in the Eagle Ford play. Combined with other minor asset sales completed across its U.S. operations, proceeds from the company’s recently announced $1-billion divestiture program have now reached $340 million.