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Highlights of the July 22, 2014 issue:

  • Editorial: Denton City Council Rejects Frac Ban, Sends to Voters in November
  • Editorial: Must-Read Article on Park Foundation’s Effort to Stop Shale
  • Permitting: New Texas Horizontal, Ohio, WV, & PA Shale Drilling Permits
  • EPA Extends Comment Period for Rule on Disclosing Frac Additives
  • Boosting Tight Oil Recovery Rates Difficult, Schlumberger Scientist Says
  • McClendon Seeks to Raise $2 Billion for Another New Venture
  • Halliburton to Add more Frac Crews in North America this Year
  • Tetra Affiliate Buying Compressor Systems for $824 Million
  • Europe Wants Nat Gas, but Won’t Frac to Produce It
  • Analysts Predict Shale will Spread Outside of North America
  • Sinopec’s Fuling Verified as China’s First Large Shale Gas Field
  • IEA Says U.S. Shale Boom Puts 30 Million European Jobs at Risk
  • ND Expecting ‘Big Surge’ in Summer Production after Small Growth in May
  • Bakken Expected to Produce Through 2100, ND Regulators Say
  • Denton City Council Opts to Let Voters Decide on Proposed Frac Ban
  • Cardinal Energy Seeking More Acreage in Eagle Ford, Permian
  • Patterson Energy Looking to Sell Eagle Ford Acreage
  • Anti-Drilling Ballot Initiative Dies, Leaving Two Left in Colorado
  • Hickenlooper Pulls Plug on Special Session on Local Control
  • Soaring Marcellus Production Propels U.S. Output to All-Time High
  • Consol Says Three New Ohio Utica Wells Now in Production
  • Court Restores Local Zoning Authority over Gas Drilling in PA
  • OWL Expands Permian Presence with Acquisition of AggieTech Operating
  • Texas University Fund Revenue Soaring from Permian Oil Production

 
 

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