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In 1991, the company doubled its reserves by acquiring assets from Amoco, including a position in the Permian Basin of West Texas, for $515 million and 2 million shares of Apache.
In 1992, the company moved its headquarters to Houston, Texas and signed a lease for 220,000 square feet of office space.
In 1993, the company acquired Hadson Energy Resources in a $58 million transaction, expanding its assets to offshore Western Australia.
In 1994, the company began operations in Egypt by acquiring a 25 percent non-operated interest in the Qarun Concession, operated by the Phoenix Resource Companies. Production began in December 1995.
In 1995, the company acquired Dekalb Energy Canada, marking Apache's return to Canada, in a $285 million stock transaction.
In 1995, the company also acquired 315 oil and gas fields in the Permian Basin, the Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast, western Oklahoma, East Texas, the Rocky Mountains and the Gulf of Mexico from Texaco.
In 1996, the company acquired Phoenix Resources and took over operations of the Qarun Concession in Egypt.
In 1999, the company acquired fields and leases in the Gulf of Mexico from Royal Dutch Shell for $715 million in cash, plus 1 million shares of stock.
In February 2010, the company started production from the Van Gogh development offshore Western Australia.
In March 2010, a Federal judge upheld the company's decision to exclude from its annual meeting ballot a corporate governance proposal from a person who had not proven on a timely basis that he actually was one of the company's shareholders.
In June 2010, the company acquired assets in the Gulf of Mexico from Devon Energy for $1.05 billion.
In July 2010, the company acquired assets from BP in Texas, southeast New Mexico, western Canada, and Egypt for $7 billion.
In November 2010, the company acquired Mariner Energy for $2.7 billion.
In 2011, the company discovered eight oil wells in Egypt's Faghur Basin.
In January 2012, the company acquired assets in the Beryl field in the North Sea from ExxonMobil.
In May 2012, the company acquired Cordillera Energy Partners for $2.5 billion in cash and 6.3 million shares of common stock. The acquisition added approximately 71 million barrels of oil equivalent (430,000,000 GJ) to Apache's reserves and strengthened its position across western Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle.
In November 2013, the company sold a non-controlling 1/3 share of its Egyptian assets to Sinopec
On June 1, 2013 an Apache pipeline in northern Alberta, Canada was noticed to have ruptured, spilling 60,000 barrels (9.5 million litres) of toxic waste in what was cited as one of the largest of such disasters in recent history in North America.