Newest

Constitutionality of Pennsylvania’s Act 13 ‘Significant Concern’ for Industry

There is “significant concern” among oil and gas interests that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court could deadlock in a 3-3 tie over the constitutionality of Act 13 because the high court’s newest appointee will not participate in the case challenging the law.

July 22, 2013

Industry ‘Concerned’ Pennsylvania Supreme Court Could Split on Act 13

There is “significant concern” among oil and gas interests that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court could deadlock in a 3-3 tie over the constitutionality of Act 13 because the high court’s newest appointee will not participate in the case challenging the law.

July 19, 2013
Operators Move Rigs to 69 New Counties Nationally Last Week

Operators Move Rigs to 69 New Counties Nationally Last Week

If you’re looking for the newest hotspot for onshore oil and gas development anywhere in the United States, from a target within the emerging Mississippian Lime of Oklahoma and Kansas to a new location in the more established Marcellus Shale of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, NGI’s Shale Daily has a new resource to help identify drilling trends.

October 22, 2012

Operators Moved Rigs to 69 New Counties Nationally Last Week

If you’re looking for the newest hot spot for onshore oil and gas development anywhere in the United States, from a target within the emerging Mississippian Lime of Oklahoma and Kansas to a new location in the more established Marcellus Shale of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, NGI’s Shale Daily has a new resource to help identify drilling trends.

October 22, 2012

Operators Move Rigs to 69 New Counties Nationally Last Week

If you’re looking for the newest hotspot for onshore oil and gas development anywhere in the United States, from a target within the emerging Mississippian Lime of Oklahoma and Kansas to a new location in the more established Marcellus Shale of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, NGI’s Shale Daily has a new resource to help identify drilling trends.

October 22, 2012

Apache Joins Big Oil’s Deepwater Response Group

A subsidiary of Houston’s Apache Corp. is the newest member of the Marine Well Containment Co. (MWCC), which was formed last year by Big Oil producers to help respond to well control incidents in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico (GOM).

March 18, 2011

Industry Briefs

EQT Corp. has reported double-digit initial production (IP) results for two of its newest natural gas wells in the Pennsylvania portion of the Marcellus Shale. The Cooper 590384 well in Greene County, PA, completed in late July, had an average IP rate of 22 MMcfe/d over 30 days. The well has a total lateral length of 9,000 feet, with 8,411 feet of stimulated pay, and was completed with a 28-stage fracture. The direct well cost was about $7.1 million, with a preliminary estimated ultimate recovery of 18 Bcf, according to EQT. The Rosborough 590259 well in Armstrong County, PA, had a 24-hour IP of 15 MMcfe from 4,060 feet of stimulated pay. EQT holds a 100% working interest and an 87.5% net revenue interest in both wells.

October 4, 2010

EQT Reports Double-Digit IP Rates from Marcellus Wells

EQT Corp. on Wednesday reported double-digit initial production (IP) results for two of its newest natural gas wells in the Pennsylvania portion of the Marcellus Shale.

September 30, 2010

People

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger chose an economist to be the newest regulator on the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC). Nancy Ryan, the regulatory body’s current deputy executive director for policy, gives the CPUC a full complement of regulators a month after the Senate refused to reconfirm Rachelle Chong, a telecommunications attorney and former member of the Federal Communications Commission, to a full six-year term. Ryan, 49, has expertise in energy markets, climate change policy and the public health and ecological impacts of energy production, and she worked for several years in the environmental sector. The appointment requires Senate confirmation within a year’s time. Ryan has been a member of the CPUC management team since January 2006 when she began as CPUC President Michael Peevey’s chief energy adviser and served as his chief of staff from April 2007 to February 2009.

February 1, 2010

Economist Slated to Join California Regulatory Panel

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger chose an economist to be newest regulator on the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC). Nancy Ryan, the regulatory body’s current deputy executive director for policy, gives the CPUC a full complement of regulators a month after the Senate refused to reconfirm Rachelle Chong, a telecommunications attorney and former member of the Federal Communications Commission, to a full six-year term.

January 29, 2010
‹ Previous 1 2 3 6