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NatGas Rally Loses Some Steam Overnight; December Called 2 Cents Lower

After pushing through resistance and trading above $3.220 in the overnight hours, December natural gas was set to open about 2 cents lower Friday amid some warmer changes to the weather models later this month.

November 10, 2017

Weather Models Flip Cooler; December Called 9 Cents Higher

December natural gas is expected to open 9 cents higher Monday morning at $3.07 as weekend weather models injected a cooler temperature regime. Overnight oil markets rose.

November 6, 2017

Nationwide Oil, NatGas Well Data Accessible in EIA Collaboration

Federal and state government agencies have joined forces to launch a publicly available website where users can access a suite of oil and natural gas well data from across the country.

September 27, 2017

Briefs — Climate Action Summit 2018

Speaking via videotaped remarks to a gathering in Hamburg, Germany prior to the G20 Summit, California Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday announced that his state will host the Climate Action Summit in San Francisco in September 2018. Brown called for global action by citizens to “roll back the forces of carbonization” and address threats related to climate change. The summit, he said, will bring together various subnational government, business, investment and civilian representatives from around the world. Brown’s recorded remarks in Europe were introduced by Christiana Figueres, a former United Nations official dealing with the UN framework on climate change.

July 7, 2017


In the story “U.S. LNG Exports Set New High in February,” the Department of Energy (DOE) data cited is through February, which was released a month ago. DOE’s latest LNG Monthly, released Monday with data through March, shows that Lower 48 exports declined from February to March.

May 16, 2017

BP, GE’s ‘Intelligent’ Offshore System Designed to Boost IQ of Oil, Gas Operations

BP plc and General Electric on Tuesday launched a collaborative digital solution system designed to improve the supermajor’s oil and natural gas production operations worldwide, beginning with a pilot at an operating hub in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.

November 15, 2016
Apache Partners to Monitor Water Quality in Permian’s Alpine High

Apache Partners to Monitor Water Quality in Permian’s Alpine High

Apache Corp. is partnering with chemists at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) to track groundwater and surface water quality as it begins to bear down on development within its ballyhooed Alpine High discovery in the Permian Basin of West Texas.

October 13, 2016
DOE Funding UT-Austin Shale Study Reboot

DOE Funding UT-Austin Shale Study Reboot

The Bureau of Economic Geology Shale Production and Reserves Study at the University of Texas at Austin has been awarded a $350,000 grant by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for an 18-month study reviewing prior analysis of major U.S. shale gas plays: the Barnett, Fayetteville, Haynesville and Marcellus.

August 31, 2016
Thanks to Shale, U.S. Tops Saudi Arabia, Russia in Recoverable Oil Reserves, Says Rystad

Thanks to Shale, U.S. Tops Saudi Arabia, Russia in Recoverable Oil Reserves, Says Rystad

The United States now holds more recoverable oil reserves than Saudi Arabia and Russia, thanks to the unconventional revolution, according to a three-year global review by Rystad Energy.

July 5, 2016

Industry Positive About CSU West Slope Air Quality Study

Colorado oil/natural gas producers found a lot to like in a new West Slope air quality study released on Tuesday by researchers at Colorado State University (CSU). It follows bullish new reserve estimates for the Piceance Basin (see Shale Daily,June 8).

June 16, 2016
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