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Highlights of the August 26, 2014 issue:

  • Research: Eagle Ford Production, All Fields by Operator, Jan. 1, 2005 to July 1, 2014
  • Editorial: Eagle Ford Shale Production Tops 866 Million Bo + 3.8 Tcf Gas
  • Editorial: Encana Refracturing Haynesville Wells in Louisiana
  • Permitting: New TX Horizontal, Ohio, WV, & PA Shale Drilling Permits
  • RRC Seismologist Says Texas’ New Disposal Well Rules Needed
  • USGS Study Says Man-Made Quakes a lot Weaker than Natural Ones
  • Oil & Gas Industry Added 10,500 New Jobs in Second Quarter
  • Nat Gas as a Vehicle Fuel Exceeding Expectations in Texas
  • Oil & Gas Industry, Enviro Group Working on Better Methane Monitors
  • Quantum Energy, Tug Hill Form Shale Exploration Partnership
  • UT-San Antonio to Study Potential Economic Impact of Mexican Shale
  • Reliance Industries to Begin Shipping U.S. Shale Ethane to India in 2016
  • Dakota Plains to Link Rail Terminal with Hiland’s Gathering System
  • U.S. EPA’s Criminal Investigation Division to Open Office in Bismarck
  • Arlington Approves Settlement in Royalties Lawsuit with Chesapeake
  • Eagle Ford Making Blue Dolphin’s Refinery Investment Pay Off
  • Paper Says Large Volume of Natural Gas Being Flared in Eagle Ford
  • Large Number of Applicants Slows Formation of Colorado Task Force
  • Oil & Gas Veterans Form New Midstream Company in Denver
  • Marcellus Producers Grow More Interested in Re-Fracturing Wells
  • EnerVest Believes Different Completions can Make Northern Utica Oil Possible
  • Data Shows PA Shale Operators Producing More Gas Despite Fewer New Wells
  • Glut Pushes Oil Price Gap Between Midland, Cushing to Highest on Record
  • Permian Land in High Demand, but Few Sellers

 
 

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