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U.S. Onshore Gas, Oil Production to ‘Calm…Not Cease,’ Says TIPRO

U.S. Onshore Gas, Oil Production to ‘Calm…Not Cease,’ Says TIPRO

The domestic natural gas and oil industry has slowed its roll in the past few months as commodity prices remain volatile, but overall, employment grew stronger in 2019, climbing to 895,629 employed, or up 8,554 year/year, according to an annual overview by one of the largest oil and gas trade groups in the nation.

February 4, 2020
U.S. Onshore Gas, Oil Production to ‘Calm…Not Cease,’ Says TIPRO

U.S. Onshore Gas, Oil Production to ‘Calm…Not Cease,’ Says TIPRO

The domestic natural gas and oil industry has slowed its roll in the past few months as commodity prices remain volatile, but overall, employment grew stronger in 2019, climbing to 895,629 employed, or up 8,554 year/year, according to an annual overview by one of the largest oil and gas trade groups in the nation.

February 4, 2020
U.S. Onshore Gas, Oil Production to ‘Calm…Not Cease,’ Says TIPRO

U.S. Onshore Gas, Oil Production to ‘Calm…Not Cease,’ Says TIPRO

The domestic natural gas and oil industry has slowed its roll in the past few months as commodity prices remain volatile, but overall, employment grew stronger in 2019, climbing to 895,629 employed, or up 8,554 year/year, according to an annual overview by one of the largest oil and gas trade groups in the nation.

February 4, 2020

Colorado Anti-Drilling Group Eyes Another Six Ballot Initiatives

Six would-be ballot measures aimed at restricting oil and natural gas development were submitted to the Colorado Secretary of State on Tuesday by an anti-drilling group that sponsored a failed measure in 2018.

January 9, 2020

Oil, Gas Industry Increasingly Nervous as Government Shutdown Drags On

Representatives from the oil and gas industry are beginning to worry that the partial shutdown of the federal government, now the longest in U.S. history, could impact drilling on federal lands and blunt permitting for infrastructure, including pipelines and liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facilities.

January 16, 2019

U.S. Energy Bankruptcies Down Sharply, but Low Commodity Prices Signal Caution

The wave of bankruptcies that swept across the U.S. oil and gas industry in 2015 and 2016 has ebbed, but the recent slump in commodity prices points to caution signs ahead, according to Haynes and Boone LLP.

January 15, 2019

No End in Sight For Gov’t Shutdown, But Impact on Oil & Gas Industry Minimal So Far

A partial shutdown of the federal government appears so far to have had a limited impact on the oil and gas industry.

December 27, 2018

Appalachian Natural Gas Industry Hopeful After Midterm Elections

While very little changed politically across the Appalachian Basin’s key oil and natural gas producing states, the industry sees both opportunities and challenges after the midterm elections as Democrats and Republicans step into new roles throughout the region.

November 20, 2018

Voters Reject Western Anti-Natural Gas Measures; Dems Win Control of House

Tuesday’s midterm elections saw some of the blue wave, as Democrats took control of the House, but western voters supported the energy industry with the defeat of Colorado’s Proposition 112, which threatened nearly all drilling locations for some of the state’s leading producers.

November 7, 2018
Mexico’s Natural Gas Market in Wait-and-See Mode After AMLO Election Victory

Mexico’s Natural Gas Market in Wait-and-See Mode After AMLO Election Victory

Following the decisive and historic victory of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador in the July 1 presidential election, Mexico’s natural gas sector is in wait-and-see mode as the dust settles from the campaign and the new administration prepares to take office.

July 25, 2018
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