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West Virginia Court Clarifies ‘Surface’ Definition

West Virginia’s legal system continues to struggle with surface rights issues, with the state’s Supreme Court of Appeals finding recently that the term “surface” means just what it says and does not include underground resources.

June 26, 2013

Ohio Regulators Shut Down Brine Hauler After Illegal Dumping

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has ordered Harch Environmental Resources Inc., a brine waste hauler, to cease operations in the state after finding evidence that the company illegally dumped oilfield waste at a farm in Belmont County. Regulators also took aim at Gulfport Energy Corp., which had contracted with the hauler.

June 7, 2013
Refocused on Appalachia, Antero Grew Production Last Year

Refocused on Appalachia, Antero Grew Production Last Year

While it let go of acreage in the Arkoma and Piceance basins last year, production from Antero Resources’ booming Marcellus Shale activities more than made up for their absence in the company’s portfolio of producing assets.

March 20, 2013

Industry Brief

Natural gas vehicles (NGV) are finding growing demand throughout North America, including Mexico, according to presentations at the recent NGV Global 2012 conference in Mexico City. Tepeapulco, Mexico-based Dina Camiones said it has an order for 50 compressed natural gas (CNG)-fueled intercity-suburban route buses that would be built in 2013 for use in the Guadalajara area. With a range of more than 500 miles, the buses include 8.9-liter ISL G engines from Cummins Westport and advanced carbon fiber-on-aluminum CNG fuel cylinders from Luxfer.

November 27, 2012

Eagle Ford Shale Blooming for Rosetta

During the third quarter, Houston-based Rosetta Resources Inc. quickened its pace in the Eagle Ford Shale where it grew production 68% from the year-ago level; production was also wetter. Management also disclosed Thursday that the company is testing two new areas outside of the Eagle Ford.

November 12, 2012

GOM Workers Finding Little Damage from Isaac

Workers returning to offshore oil and gas facilities across the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) Friday were finding little or no damage as a result of Hurricane Isaac, according to several major GOM producers.

September 4, 2012

Isaac Leaves GOM Energy Interests Mostly Unscathed

Workers returning to offshore oil and gas facilities across the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) Friday were finding little or no damage as a result of Hurricane Isaac, according to several major GOM producers.

September 3, 2012

Industrial Demand Could Boost Natural Gas Prices, EIA Says

Natural gas prices this year and next will be slightly higher than previously forecast, lifted in large part by an expected increase in demand from the industrial sector, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said Tuesday.

June 13, 2012

Correction

In the article “IPAA-Backed Study Says EPA Finding in Pavillion, WY, ‘Unsupported'” (see Shale Daily, May 18), NGI incorrectly stated that S.S. Papadopulos & Associates is Houston-based. The firm is based in Bethesda, MD. NGI regrets the error.

May 21, 2012

Talisman Takes Another Swipe at Shale Gas

Talisman Energy Inc. is slashing dry gas spending again in response to chronically low prices, but the company continues to ramp up production from the liquids-rich shale plays in its portfolio.

May 2, 2012
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