After trying unsuccessfully for 20 years to start natural gas production in French Canada, a small Calgary company refuses to take no for an answer from the Quebec government.
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Even fewer independent operators pushed combined conventional and unconventional natural gas production to new highs in Ohio last year, as the consolidation that’s occurred in the state over the last decade continued, according to data included in the Ohio Oil and Gas Association’s (OOGA) annual Debrosse Memorial Report.
A high-priority bill to modernize deep well spacing laws has failed in West Virginia, where the legislature’s 60-day regular session came to an end last weekend with mixed results for the oil and natural gas industry.
Unconventional natural gas production in Ohio exceeded 2 Tcf for the first time last year, as volumes set another record in the fourth quarter, according to new state data.
CNX Resources Corp. continues to investigate how it lost control of a deep, dry Utica Shale well in southwest Pennsylvania late last month, but the company revealed in a regulatory filing that it faulty casing could be to blame.
CNX Resources Corp. has started efforts to kill a deep, dry Utica Shale well in southwest Pennsylvania that it lost control of late last month.
CNX Resources Corp. on Thursday signaled a cautious approach for its operations this year, laying out a flexible plan for “minimum” activity that could increase if the outlook for natural gas improves in the coming months.
Appalachian pure-play Antero Resources Corp. turned more wells to sales in the third quarter than it has during any period in its history following a packed stretch of activity that will allow the company to slow down as the year comes to an end.
Eclipse Resources Corp. said Thursday that its first Utica Shale well in north-central Pennsylvania came online at 32 MMcf/d and has continued to perform at that rate for more than 30 days, exceeding the company’s expectations in an underdeveloped part of the play.
Strong core production from the Utica Shale and the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (SCOOP) again helped Gulfport Energy Corp. increase volumes in the third quarter, even though it turned fewer wells to sales than analysts had expected.