Oil production in Ohio last year likely surpassed the state’s all-time record set in 1896 if estimates included in the Ohio Oil and Gas Association’s (OOGA) annual Debrosse Memorial Report prove accurate.
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Oil production in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico last August exceeded 2 million b/d for the first time in history, as the once mighty energy region regained some of its swag.
The unconventional revolution in the U.S. onshore continues to break records, as domestic crude production reached 11.96 million b/d in December, the highest level in U.S. history, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.
Indigo Natural Resources LLC, a privately held, independent that works in the Haynesville Shale, reported record production of 1 boe/d net in March.
North Dakota set production records for crude oil and natural gas in July, but gas storage programs are on the to-do list to curb flaring and increase gas captured at the wellhead.
Emerge Energy Services LP raised prices for contracted and spot sand customers by 3-5% beginning in the second quarter on record market demand for proppant in the U.S. onshore, executives said.
U.S. crude oil production, boosted by record high output in Texas, reached 10.038 million b/d in November, the highest level since the record 10.044 million b/d achieved in November 1970, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
It’s a new record — and it wasn’t even close.
Heavy snow, blustery winds and the highest natural gas spot price ever recorded by NGI marked a day of extremes in Thursday’s market. Driven by cash prices north of $100/MMBtu in the Northeast, NGI’s National Spot Gas Average climbed into the double digits, adding $5.94 to average $16.78/MMBtu.
North Dakota officials on Friday reported monthly records for oil and natural gas production, tempered with nagging concerns about growth outpacing the build-out of more takeaway infrastructure, particularly for gas, in the nation’s second largest oil producing state.