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Onshore Drillers Trending Toward Fast-Moving, AC Rigs

Efficiencies have made the onshore rig count not as relevant a data point as it once was, but digging deeper into the data shows what types of rigs are gaining favor and why, according to Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. (TPH).

June 24, 2013

Onshore Drillers Trending Toward Fast-Moving, AC Rigs

Efficiencies have made the onshore rig count not as relevant a data point as it once was, but digging deeper into the data shows what types of rigs are gaining favor and why, according to Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. (TPH).

June 24, 2013

Church Group Lifts Leasing Ban, in Talks Over Shell Pipeline

Members of the Pittsburgh Presbytery voted to end a one-year moratorium on shale development, a decision that could potentially open property from the organization’s 150 churches to Marcellus Shale oil and gas leasing.

June 3, 2013

Polls Show New Yorkers Split on Fracking; DEC May Miss Deadline

Two polls show New Yorkers remain evenly split on the issue of hydraulic fracturing (fracking), but one poll shows opponents of the practice could cause more political damage to Gov. Andrew Cuomo if it ultimately is approved.

February 5, 2013

British Columbia Climbing to Canada’s Top Gas Spot

When natural gas markets make a comeback, an extended foray into horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing shows British Columbia (BC) will be ready to fulfill expectations of taking over Alberta’s fading role as Canada’s top source of supply growth.

January 7, 2013
Poll: Ohioans Back Severance Taxes, Especially if Income Taxes Cut

Poll: Ohioans Back Severance Taxes, Especially if Income Taxes Cut

A poll shows a majority of Ohio voters support new severance taxes on hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and natural gas liquids (NGL), especially if the revenue raised is used to cut state income taxes, an idea proposed by Gov. John Kasich.

December 28, 2012
British Columbia Ready to Topple Alberta As Top Gas Supplier

British Columbia Ready to Topple Alberta As Top Gas Supplier

When natural gas markets make a comeback, an extended foray into horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing shows British Columbia will be ready to fulfill expectations of taking over Alberta’s fading role as Canada’s top source of supply growth.

December 26, 2012
Updated Pennsylvania Figures Show Even Steeper Rise in NatGas Production

Updated Pennsylvania Figures Show Even Steeper Rise in NatGas Production

An updated biannual report posted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) shows that the state’s natural gas production saw a more than 40% increase in the first half of 2012 compared to the second half of 2011, and more than doubled in a year.

August 24, 2012

TVA Exec Rips FERC’s No-Bump Rule for Interruptible Transportation

FERC Thursday was asked to take a look at its no-bump rule, which some generators said shows a preference to customers with interruptible (IT) gas delivery service over those with higher priced firm transportation (FT) contracts.

August 24, 2012

Siena Fracking Poll Shows Surprising Results in New York

A Siena College Research Institute poll released Tuesday shows New Yorkers are still almost evenly split on the issue of hydraulic fracturing (fracking), but it contains some surprising numbers concerning where the practice is generating support and opposition.

August 22, 2012
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