Permian Basin operator Ring Energy Inc., whose forte is the Central Basin Platform (CBP), produced 376,000 boe net during the third quarter, an 80% increase from a year ago and an 11% sequential gain, despite weather issues and delays. Read More
FERC on Monday released the results of an independent review of the horizontal directional drilling (HDD) fluids spill that has put HDD work for Energy Transfer Partners LP's Rover Pipeline on hold since May. Commission staff said ETP/Rover would have to submit a plan to implement the third-party recommendations before HDD activities may resume on the project.
The American Petroleum Institute (API) reported this week that the estimated total number of oil and natural gas wells drilled and completed during the second quarter increased 62% from the year-ago quarter.
Sunoco Pipeline LP has agreed to pay to connect municipal water to homes impacted by recent horizontal directional drilling (HDD) for its Mariner East (ME) 2 natural gas liquids pipeline in southeast Pennsylvania.
A Pennsylvania appellate court once again has affirmed a key 2015 decision that found natural gas drilling is compatible with residential/agricultural zoning districts, rejecting a challenge from residents and environmental groups that argued the areas are not suitable for such development. Read More
FERC said its Office of Enforcement (OE) has launched an investigation into Rover Pipeline LLC's drilling fluid spill into Ohio wetlands, after state regulators found traces of diesel fuel in drilling mud samples taken from the mid-April incident. Read More
FERC said its Office of Enforcement (OE) will immediately launch an investigation into Rover Pipeline LLC's spillage of drilling fluid into Ohio wetlands, after state regulators found traces of diesel fuel in drilling mud samples taken from the mid-April incident. Read More
As it pulls money from other areas to fund the ballyhooed Alpine High formation of West Texas, Apache Corp. is working in tandem with outside experts and Texas officials to quell concerns about potential drilling pitfalls. Read More
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