Highlights of the July 7, 2015 issue:
- Science: TCEQ Study on Barnett Shale Air Quality & Risk Management
- Editorial: The Greatest Oil Well in History – Mexico’s Cerro Azul #4
- Editorial: TCEQ Research Reaffirms Barnett Shale Not Harming North Texas Air
- Drill Bits: Oil Rig Count Rises, Green Group: Bankrupting Towns OK for Cause
- Water Use Declining as Natural Gas for Electricity Grows
- New Data Reveals Which U.S. Shale Wells Needed the Most Water
- Congressman: Don’t Blow Opportunity in Mexico or China Will Fill Void
- U.S. Natural Gas Heading for Mexico
- OPEC Crude Production Surges as Iraq Pumps at Record Pace
- Iran Faces Slow Road Back to Oil Market Even with Nuclear Deal
- Russia Seen as Biggest Oil-Market Loser When Iran Comes Back
- China, Greece, Iran Upend Oil’s World
- California Issues Toughest-in-the-Nation Fracking Rules
- New York Environmental Commissioner Martens Resigns
- Hess Completes Bakken Joint Venture
- Anti-Fracking ‘Bill of Rights’ Template Loses Again in Ohio
- Oklahoma Supreme Court Allows Earthquake Lawsuit to Continue
- FourPoint Energy to Buy Oklahoma Assets from Chesapeake for $840 Million
- SRBC Tests Indicate No Change in Water Quality from Marcellus Drilling
- Pennsylvania DEP Greenlights MarkWest Expansion Project
- For Astronomers’ Sake, Some West Texas Drillers Cut Their Lights
- Sanchez Energy Eyes Condensate Export Terminal Near Corpus Christi
- Linn Energy Snags $1.5B and Sells Permian Assets
- Gastar Finds Success with Utica Well in Marshall County, W.Va.
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