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Top North American Gas Marketers (Bcf/d)

Increased natural gas sales by BP plc weren’t enough to overcome mild winter-sparked decreases reported by several other big name companies, resulting in a 4% (5.86 Bcf/d) decline in gas sales transactions in 4Q2012 (135.01 Bcf/d) compared with 4Q2011 (140.87 Bcf/d)… read more

March 25, 2013

Top North American Gas Marketers (Bcf/d)

Increased natural gas sales by BP plc weren’t enough to overcome mild winter-sparked decreases reported by several other big name companies, resulting in a 4% (5.86 Bcf/d) decline in gas sales transactions in 4Q2012 (135.01 Bcf/d) compared with 4Q2011 (140.87 Bcf/d)… read more

March 25, 2013

Chesapeake Allegedly Underpaid Royalties on Barnett Shale Natural Gas

A lawsuit filed by a several Barnett Shale mineral owners accuses Chesapeake Energy Corp. of selling natural gas to an affiliate for a reduced price and basing royalty payments on those sales, which violates the terms of the lease agreements.

March 22, 2013

Range Resources Settlement Docs Ordered Unsealed

A county judge in Pennsylvania has ordered court records from a water contamination case involving several companies that operate in the Marcellus Shale unsealed and available for public view.

March 22, 2013

NatGas Marketers Report 4% 4Q2012 Volume Tumble; Full Year 2012 Flat

Increased natural gas sales by BP plc weren’t enough to overcome mild winter-sparked decreases reported by several other big name companies, resulting in a 4% (5.86 Bcf/d) decline in gas sales transactions in 4Q2012 (135.01 Bcf/d) compared with 4Q2011 (140.87 Bcf/d), according to NGI’s 4Q2012 Top North American Gas Marketers Ranking. The full-year 2012 total for participating companies was virtually unchanged from 2011.

March 21, 2013

Time to Move Forward on New GOM Mexico Treaty, Says Expert

There could be increased bilateral cooperation between the United States and Mexico in several energy sectors, including progress on a treaty involving boundary issues in the Gulf of Mexico’s (GOM) Outer Continental Shelf, depending on developments in Mexico’s latest reform government, according to an expert on Mexican policy.

March 18, 2013

Policy Expert Sees Time to Move Forward on New GOM Treaty With Mexico

There could be increased bilateral cooperation between the United States and Mexico in several energy sectors, including progress on the treaty involving boundary issues in the Gulf of Mexico’s (GOM) Outer Continental Shelf, depending on developments in Mexico’s latest reform government, according to an expert on Mexican policy.

March 15, 2013
Mexican Political Reforms Could Unlock Southern Eagle Ford Shale

Mexican Political Reforms Could Unlock Southern Eagle Ford Shale

There could be increased bilateral cooperation between the United States and Mexico in several energy sectors, including development of the Eagle Ford Shale south of the border, depending on developments in Mexico’s latest reform government, according to an expert on Mexican policy.

March 15, 2013

Ohio’s New Utica Maps Give Picture of Current, Future Drilling

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has updated several maps and data charts for the Utica Shale and Point Pleasant formation, including one map showing the weight of Total Organic Carbon (TOC) that could be used by operators to decide where to drill in the future.

March 12, 2013

It’s Drilling Time at Halcon Resources

Houston-based Halcon Resources Corp., which became a public company about a year ago, has been building acreage positions in several unconventional oil and gas plays and last year grew proved reserves to 108.8 million boe, an increase of 417% from the end of 2011.

March 4, 2013