Bakken Said Last Holdout for Positive Parent-Child Well Relations

The Bakken Shale underlying North Dakota and parts of Montana could be the last oil and gas production zone where child wells are increasing output from parent wells, said James West, senior managing director of research at Evercore ISI.

July 25, 2019
Roan Reworks Anadarko Basin Plans on Well Interference Issues

Roan Reworks Anadarko Basin Plans on Well Interference Issues

Roan Resources Inc. has redesigned its 2019 drilling plans for the stacked plays within the Anadarko Basin after four wells targeting the Woodford Shale were impacted last year by well interference issues with the Mayes Shale.

March 21, 2019
Williams Suing Energy Transfer, Still Committed to Merger

Williams Suing Energy Transfer, Still Committed to Merger

The Williams Companies Inc. (WMB) is suing would-be merger partner Energy Transfer Equity LP (ETE) and ETE CEO Kelcy Warren over a recent private offering of ETE units and alleged interference with the merger plan by Warren.

April 6, 2016

Colorado Officials Set Near-Final Setback Rules

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) ended three days of hearings in Denver Wednesday as it drew closer to finalizing new setback requirements for oil and natural gas wells, but it still fell short of finishing the unpopular and complex task.

January 11, 2013

Comment Period Closes on EPA’s Proposed Emissions Rules

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) received more than 4,100 comments on its proposed standards to reduce air pollution from oil and natural gas drilling operations, especially operations employing hydraulic fracturing (fracking), by the time the public comment period closed Wednesday.

December 2, 2011

States, Industry, Congress Put EPA On Defensive

Industry experts told members of Congress that shale gas should be regulated by the states without interference from the federal government, while the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) tried to clarify its plan to develop national pretreatment standards for wastewater.

November 18, 2011

Nymex Unveils 3-2-1 Plus Energy Index Futures Contract

Adding to a busy week for the New York Mercantile Exchange (Nymex) that included new product offerings (see Daily GPI, Dec. 21) and accusations of merger interference (see Daily GPI, Dec. 22), as well as grumblings surrounding its scaled-down 2007 holiday schedule (see Daily GPI, Dec.21), the exchange reported Thursday that it will launch its first energy index futures contract, 3-2-1 Plus as part of the Nymex iPort suite of index futures contracts beginning on Jan. 21 for trade date Jan. 22.

December 26, 2006