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Colorado Flowline Review Finds Relatively Few Leaks, Faulty Parts

Colorado oil and natural gas regulators said 428 natural gas well flowlines tested by operators in the state — a miniscule number overall — failed integrity tests conducted in the wake of a fatal home explosion in Weld County earlier this year.

September 29, 2017
Number of NatGas Operators in Alberta, BC, Down 17% During Shale Gale, NEB Says

Number of NatGas Operators in Alberta, BC, Down 17% During Shale Gale, NEB Says

High technology and big investments required by shale drilling are cutting the number of Canadian companies capable of operating natural gas wells, according to an industry population count by the National Energy Board (NEB).

April 28, 2017

North Dakota Lawmakers Busy Tweaking Industry Rules

The North Dakota Legislature has carved out a new state environmental agency as a cabinet-level unit, set higher limits for spill reporting and established a safety/environmental self-auditing program for oil/natural gas operators in the state.

April 11, 2017
U.S. E&Ps Set Capex Higher, Expand Portfolios as Optimism Grows

U.S. E&Ps Set Capex Higher, Expand Portfolios as Optimism Grows

Activity in the U.S. onshore again appears to be heading north, as producers slowly raise rigs and open their wallets for bolt-on acquisitions. West Texas is the No. 1 destination, but even the long neglected natural gas-rich Haynesville and Fayetteville shales may be getting more love in the second half of this year.

August 19, 2016
Higher Oil Prices Coming at Opportune Time For Spring Redetermination Season

Higher Oil Prices Coming at Opportune Time For Spring Redetermination Season

Oil prices began to move higher in the last few days on an announcement that producers from in and outside the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) will hold talks in mid-April to consider freezing output — news that may be favorable as U.S. operators meet with their lenders to redetermine their borrowing abilities.

March 18, 2016

Same Counties, Operators Drove Ohio’s Triple-Digit Shale Growth in 2015

Ohio’s unconventional oil and natural gas production skyrocketed in 2015, with each growing by about 100% from 2014 levels. An analysis of the data shows that many of the same operators and counties continue to push those volumes higher.

March 11, 2016

Flaring, Venting Rules For Federal, Tribal Lands Released by BLM

The U.S. Department of Interior’s (DOI) Bureau of Land Management (BLM) unveiled its long-awaited rules governing flaring and venting of associated natural gas on public and tribal lands on Friday.

January 22, 2016

IHS: Economics, Productivity Make Permian Ripe For Consolidation

The Permian Basin’s maturation as an unconventional liquids play has made it a premium spot for producers — particularly since oil prices have been crushed and are expected to remain so for a while. Now, consolidation of assets and players is afoot as the upstream industry works through its glut of debt and oil.

January 7, 2016

Chesapeake Lawsuit Involves 4,000 PA Landowners; Other Operators Could Face Charges

The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s (AG) office said Thursday that its lawsuit against Chesapeake Energy Corp. and its affiliates, including Williams Partners LP, could involve at least 4,000 landowners, a number that could grow exponentially as the case unfolds and if the state takes action against other operators.

December 10, 2015

California Regulators Cite 56 Operators For Failing to Provide Water Data

Drought-sensitive California oil/gas regulators on Friday issued violation notices to 56 operators in the state for failing to report water data on time.

December 8, 2015
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