Productivity

EIA Expects Further Decline in Shale Production Next Month

Natural gas and oil production from the nation’s seven largest unconventional plays in January is expected to compare with this month, despite colder weather and improving rig efficiency, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said.

December 7, 2015
EIA Launches Drilling Productivity Report

EIA Launches Drilling Productivity Report

It’s not how many rigs there are in the shale patch; it’s what they’re doing. As drilling productivity continues to climb, the industry has realized a simple rig count is a poor indicator of future production. Now the Energy Information Administration (EIA) is monitoring and reporting on drilling productivity.

October 22, 2013

First Utica Production Called ‘Significant’

The first glimpse of Utica Shale productivity in Ohio makes two things clear: Chesapeake Energy Corp. is leading the way and it is producing a fair amount of natural gas.

April 9, 2012

One Year In, First Utica Production Figures Called ‘Significant’

The first glimpse of Utica Shale productivity makes two things clear: Chesapeake Energy Corp. is leading the way and it is producing a fair amount of natural gas.

April 3, 2012

If You Can’t Beat Them…

Sustained low natural gas prices and higher productivity may trigger a wave of industry consolidation similar to the mega mergers in the past decade, oil and gas experts told an audience last week at the IHS Herold 20th Annual Pacesetters Energy Conference in Stamford, CT.

October 3, 2011

If You Can’t Beat Them…

Sustained low natural gas prices and higher productivity may trigger a wave of industry consolidation similar to the mega mergers in the past decade, oil and gas experts told an audience at the recent IHS Herold 20th Annual Pacesetters Energy Conference in Stamford, CT.

October 3, 2011

PECO Opens the Wallet on Utility Infrastructure Upgrades

Setting its sights on improving natural gas and electric service reliability, field productivity and system performance, as well as investments to improve energy efficiency at several company facilities, Exelon Corp.’s Pennsylvania natural gas and electric utility, PECO, said it will fund its operations with roughly $400 million this year for infrastructure improvements and new facilities.

March 17, 2009

Canadian Exports Up 12.9% Since November

The optimists are turning out to be right as Canadian naturalgas exports to the United States continue to climb, laying to restpessimistic productivity forecasts a year ago.

May 29, 2000
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