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New Mexico Gas Output Drops for Sixth Year

While New Mexico’s natural gas-rich San Juan Basin turned up another declining year of natural gas production in 2012, at least one exploration and production (E&P) company is “encouraged” by results so far this year.

March 18, 2013
New Mexico Still Attracting Interest Despite Less Production

New Mexico Still Attracting Interest Despite Less Production

While Mexico’s gas-rich San Juan Basin turned up another declining year of natural gas production in 2012, state officials and some exploration and production (E&P) companies are maintaining interest in the state’s overall oil, liquids and gas businesses.

March 18, 2013

Despite Less Production, New Mexico Attracts Interest

While Mexico’s gas-rich San Juan Basin turned up another declining year of natural gas production in 2012, state officials and some exploration and production (E&P) companies are maintaining interest in the state’s overall oil, liquids and gas businesses.

March 15, 2013

ALJ Rejects Appeals of Permits for Tennessee’s Northeast Upgrade

An administrative law judge (ALJ) has turned down a request from two environmental groups to block Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co’s plans for an expansion of a natural gas pipeline in Pennsylvania, saying the groups “failed to show that they were likely to succeed on the merits or that they would suffer irreparable harm.”

February 6, 2013
Latest Abraxas Eagle Ford Well Raises the Bar

Latest Abraxas Eagle Ford Well Raises the Bar

In an operations update Monday, San Antonio, TX-based Abraxas Petroleum Corp. said a recent Eagle Ford Shale well turned in solid initial performance. The company’s third well in the WyCross area has outperformed a previous top performer.

January 30, 2013

Production Booming, Profits Slipping, Range Eyes Wetter Marcellus

Range Resources Inc., which two years ago turned away from the Barnett Shale and toward the Marcellus Shale, saw its overall production boom in 3Q2012, based in large part on a surge of Marcellus gas, according to CEO Jeff Ventura.

October 29, 2012

Production Booming, Profits Slipping, Range Eyes Wetter Marcellus

Range Resources Inc., which two years ago turned away from the Barnett Shale and toward the Marcellus Shale, saw its overall production boom in 3Q2012, based in large part on a surge of Marcellus gas, according to CEO Jeff Ventura.

October 26, 2012

Santos Brings Australia’s First Shale Gas Well Online

Santos turned on Australia’s first commercial shale gas production last Friday at the company’s Moomba-191 well in the Cooper Basin.

October 23, 2012

Big Incentives for Producers to Reduce Water Use, Say Execs

Environmental questions and high costs for water have created a big headache for unconventional oil and gas producers, but it won’t take long before those problems are turned into opportunities for other businesses, according to industry executives.

October 1, 2012
Big Incentives for Producers to Reduce Water Use, Say Execs

Big Incentives for Producers to Reduce Water Use, Say Execs

Environmental questions and high costs for water have created a big headache for unconventional oil and gas producers, but it won’t take long before those problems are turned into opportunities for other businesses, according to industry executives.

September 25, 2012