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EIA Says New Infrastructure Boosting Production in PA, WV

EIA Says New Infrastructure Boosting Production in PA, WV

New pipeline and compressor infrastructure has helped boost dry gas production in West Virginia and neighboring southern Pennsylvania counties since early 2012, with more growth still expected to come in the region despite strategic shifts by oil and gas companies to more liquids-rich targets, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said Tuesday.

July 31, 2013

E&P NatGas Market Insight Expected in 2Qs

North American exploration and production (E&P) companies will begin to unveil their second quarter results over the coming weeks, and while there aren’t expected to be any big surprises, analysts are hoping for details on natural gas market fundamentals — particularly in the Marcellus Shale — along with insight into emerging plays and more information on ethane rejection in natural gas liquids (NGL) plays.

July 22, 2013

Global Deepwater Drilling Spend Escalating

Global deepwater drilling activity is going on a rampage, with spending set to more than double over the coming decade, according to Wood Mackenzie.

July 1, 2013

Global Deepwater Drilling Spend Escalating

Global deepwater drilling activity is going on a rampage, with spending set to more than double over the coming decade, according to Wood Mackenzie.

July 1, 2013

Colleges Offer Training in Response to Illinois’ Oil & Gas Regulations

Responding to Illinois’ tough new hydraulic fracturing (fracking) legislation, and with the potential for a surge of activity in relatively untapped shale natural gas deposits in Illinois, two colleges say they are planning an array of training opportunities for the emerging oil and natural gas industry.

June 20, 2013

California Poll: Voters Skeptical, but Like Fracking for Jobs

While a majority of Californians support curbs on hydraulic fracturing (fracking), when they are aware of the economic advantages coming from the drilling practice a majority (56%) supports its use, according to a statewide public opinion survey released last Friday.

June 12, 2013

Municipalities in Colorado, California Address Fracking

Despite ongoing statewide efforts, city and county governments in Colorado and California are coming up with local solutions to safe and sane hydraulic fracturing (fracking). Two jurisdictions are lifting fracking moratoriums.

May 28, 2013

Summer 2013 to Offer Reprieve from 2010-2012’s ‘Big Heat’

The coming summer will be warmer than normal across most of the United States, but still “a reprieve from the big heat of the last three summers,” according to forecasters at Weather Services International (WSI).

May 27, 2013

Summer 2013 to Offer Reprieve from 2010-2012’s ‘Big Heat’

The coming summer will be warmer than normal across most of the United States, but still “a reprieve from the big heat of the last three summers,” according to forecasters at Weather Services International (WSI).

May 22, 2013
Sunoco Targets Eaglebine Crude with Pipe Conversion

Sunoco Targets Eaglebine Crude with Pipe Conversion

In the coming days, Sunoco Logistics Partners LP plans to launch an open season for its planned Eaglebine Express crude pipeline project to convert a portion of the MagTex refined products pipeline to crude service and reverse the flow to carry crude from Hearne, TX, to the company’s terminal in Nederland, TX.

May 13, 2013
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