The latest iteration of the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) resource management plan (RMP) for Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument adds some limitations to mineral development activities.
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New Wyoming EO Maintaining Balance Between E&Ps, Conservation
Wyoming Republican Gov. Mark Gordon has issued an executive order (EO) on the greater sage grouse, reupping the state’s efforts to marry conservation objectives and economic activity including energy development.
Conventional Oil, Gas Drilling Said to Have Greater Impact on Groundwater
A new study from the University of Arizona and the University of Saskatchewan finds that conventional oil and gas drilling has a greater impact on groundwater than does unconventional drilling.
Elevate to Build Natural Gas Gathering System in Haynesville for Sabine Oil
Houston-based Elevate Midstream Partners LLC agreed to build roughly 19 miles of 16-inch diameter gas gathering pipelines in the Haynesville Shale of East Texas to support a new shipper deal with Sabine Oil and Gas Corp.
Gas-Focused Harvest Oil Posts Loss, Output Declines
Houston-based Harvest Oil and Gas Corp., which has a natural gas-weighted asset base in formations across the Lower 48, posted significant year/year declines in production for the second quarter.
Dakota Access Pipeline Facing Renewed Opposition
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe last week renewed its opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota with another court filing.
North Dakota June Oil, Natural Gas Output Reaches Record Highs
Oil and natural gas production in North Dakota rebounded in June, with both commodities reaching new output highs in the state.
Martin Midstream Divests Texas NGL Pipeline in Latest Asset Sale
Martin Midstream Partners LP on Wednesday said it sold its East Texas Pipeline, a natural gas liquids (NGL) system, to an undisclosed buyer for $17.5 million, marking the second infrastructure divestiture in less than three months for the Kilgore, TX-based company.
Crestwood Extends Bakken Contracts as North Dakota NGL Plant Starts Up
Crestwood Equity Partners LP has renegotiated extended long-term contracts with producers and shippers as it launches operations at the 120 MMcf/d Bear Den II natural gas liquids (NGL) processing plant in Watford City, ND.
Marathon Oil to Expand Permian Footprint
Houston-based Marathon Oil Corp. plans to develop more acreage in the Permian Basin and is considering bolt-on acquisitions, management said during a recent call to discuss second quarter results.