Highlights of the August 19, 2014 issue:
- Research: A Look at the Newark, East (Barnett Shale) Field by Operator Since 1993
- Editorial: Texas Proposes Amendments on Disposal Wells Related to Seismic Events
- Editorial: Christi Craddick Unanimously Chosen as Railroad Commission Chairman
- Guest: Technology Driving Innovation and Performance in Oil & Gas
- Permitting: New TX Horizontal, Ohio, WV, & PA Shale Drilling Permits
- DOE to Implement New LNG Export Review Plan
- After Consolidation Deal, Kinder Morgan May Target Other Pipeline Firms
- U.S. Nat Gas Production Reached New Record High, Bentek Says
- Feds Charge Firm with Fraud for Claims about Waterless Frac Technology
- Investment Bankers: Now’s a Good Time to Sell Oilfield Services Companies
- Pemex to Get 83% of Mexico’s Proven, Probable Reserves
- Chinese Producers Give U.S. Firms Stakes in Exchange for Technology
- Marathon Looking to Reduce Water Usage, Testing Down-Spacing in Bakken
- North Dakota Continues to Struggle to Reduce Flaring of Nat Gas
- Select Energy Services Launching Two North Texas-based Businesses
- Devon Says Eagle Ford Production Climbed to 73,000 Boepd in Q2
- Judge Dismisses Karnes Family’s Eagle Ford Air Emissions Lawsuit
- Shell to Sell Haynesville Assets to Vine Oil & Gas for $1.2 Billion
- Long List of Names Being Considered for Colorado Oil & Gas Panel
- Shell to Acquire Ultra’s Pennsylvania Assets in Exchange for WY Properties
- EIA Adds Ohio Utica to Monthly Shale Productivity Report
- Consol Preparing to Drill First Marcellus Well at Pittsburgh Airport
- Athlon Energy Acquires More Midland Basin Acreage
- Halliburton Looking Toward the ‘Frac of the Future’
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