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Sanchez Energy: Plenty of Eagle Ford Running Room

Sanchez Energy: Plenty of Eagle Ford Running Room

Houston-based Sanchez Energy Corp., which holds a 95,000 net acre position in the liquids-rich Eagle Ford Shale, highlighted the performance of recent wells and said they “demonstrate the progress made in substantially derisking the majority of the company’s acreage position in the Eagle Ford Shale trend.”

August 29, 2012

Outlook Dim and Dimmer for Gas Drilling

As one oil and natural gas producer after another highlighted a swing away from drilling for natural gas in second quarter earnings conference calls, the number of operating rigs targeting natural gas fell again last week, dropping seven rigs from the previous week and marking a decline of 44% from the 883 gas-directed rigs operating a year ago, according to the Baker Hughes rig count.

August 6, 2012

Outlook Dim and Dimmer for Gas Drilling

As one oil and natural gas producer after another highlighted a swing away from drilling for natural gas in second quarter earnings conference calls, the number of operating rigs targeting natural gas fell again last week, dropping seven rigs from the previous week and marking a decline of 44% from the 883 gas-directed rigs operating a year ago, according to the Baker Hughes rig count.

August 6, 2012

Pennsylvania Governments Split on Impact Fee

A pair of votes last week highlighted the struggle Pennsylvania’s local governments are having with a new regulatory package of shale development.

April 9, 2012

Pittsburgh, Allegheny County Split on Impact Fee

A pair of votes Tuesday highlighted the struggle Pennsylvania’s local governments are having with a new regulatory package of shale development.

April 9, 2012

Directionality Uncertain as Futures Trade Sideways

Following the ups and downs of the last few regular trading sessions, natural gas futures traders highlighted the uncertainty on direction in the market on Tuesday as the December contract traded in a nearly 20-cent range between $3.750 and $3.928 before closing at $3.870, up 3.8 cents from Monday’s finish.

November 3, 2010

Energy Industry Sees Promise, Missed Opportunities in Jobs Summit

Turning attention from the war in Afghanistan and health care reform, President Obama on Thursday highlighted the nation’s economy and employment situation through a jobs summit that was met with mostly positive reviews from the energy industry.

December 7, 2009

Obama’s Jobs Summit Gets Energy’s Attention

Turning attention from the war in Afghanistan and health care reform, President Obama last Thursday highlighted the nation’s economy and employment situation through a jobs summit that was met with mostly positive reviews from the energy industry.

December 7, 2009

Low Gas Prices Crush Alberta Royalty Revenues

The Alberta government stepped forward last week and highlighted itself as the biggest single Canadian casualty of the natural gas price slump, with a financial statement confirming that royalties are being gutted.

August 31, 2009

Low Gas Prices Crush Alberta Royalty Revenues

The Alberta government stepped forward Wednesday and highlighted itself as the biggest single Canadian casualty of the natural gas price slump, with a financial statement confirming that royalties are being gutted.

August 27, 2009
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