Highlights of the October 28, 2014 issue:
- Analysis: Growth in New Wells Spud Slows During Q3
- Editorial: Supporters of Denton Frac Ban Should be Careful what They Wish For
- Editorial: Drill Bits – Analyst Estimates of Breakeven Oil Prices & More
- Permitting: New TX Horizontal, Ohio, WV, & PA Shale Drilling Permits
- EPA’s Inspector General to Move Forward with Frac Review despite Objections
- Oil & Gas Helps Texas Public School Fund Top Harvard’s Endowment
- Chesapeake Oilfield Services Unit Cancels $860 Million IPO
- Goldman Cuts Oil Forecasts as U.S. Market Clout Increases
- Williams Sweetens Deal to Merge Master Limited Partnerships
- PE Firm Warburg Pincus Raises $4 Billion for Energy Investments
- Total CEO Dies in Moscow Plane Crash
- Libyan Official Says OPEC Must Cut Daily Oil Production
- Investors Eyeing Projects to Make Use of Bakken Natural Gas
- Mansfield Residents want Tighter Drilling Regulations
- Continental Forms JV with South Korean Firm to Develop Oklahoma Acreage
- TCEQ to Place First Air Quality Monitor for Eagle Ford in Karnes County
- Carrizo Buys Eagle Ford Acreage for $250 Million
- BHP Considering Sale of Fayetteville Shale Gas Assets
- Weld County Oil Production on Pace to Break Records
- FERC Rules Constitution Pipeline’s Environmental Impact Not Significant
- PA Legislature Passes Bill Requiring Monthly Oil & Gas Production Reports
- Gastar the High Bidder for 232-Acre WV Lease under Ohio River
- Uncertainty Still Looms over Shale in Illinois
- Prominent Investor Bullish on Permian Oil
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