Highlights of the November 26, 2013 issue:
- Research: GeoSouthern Energy’s Eagle Ford Shale Wells in DeWitt County, TX
- Editorial: Devon Energy Buys Premium Eagle Ford Assets in DeWitt County, TX
- Editorial: Thanksgiving Break – Next Powell Shale Digest Issue December 10
- Editorial: Number of Millionaires Jumps in North Dakota Thanks to Bakken
- Guest: House Passes Bill Regarding Regulation Of Oil And Gas Industry
- Permitting: New Texas Horizontal, Ohio & PA Shale Drilling Permits
- Rail Group Proposes Tough Standards for Oil Tank Cars
- Baucus Proposes Paring Back Oil & Gas Tax Treatments
- WPX Funds Documentary Film to Tell Truth about Fracking
- Consolidation Likely in Oilfield Services Sector, Halliburton CFO Says
- EOG Poised to Become Largest Oil Producer in Lower 48 States
- Pemex Official Says Energy Reforms could Enable Mexican Shale Development
- ONEOK to Spend Up to $780 Million on Bakken Projects
- About Three-Quarters of Available Federal Land in North Dakota Leased
- UT Researchers Develop Model to Predict Barnett Gas Production
- Devon Enters Eagle Ford with $6B Deal for GeoSouthern’s Assets
- Study Says Midstream Not Keeping Up with Production in Eagle Ford, Bakken
- Survey Finds Majority of Colorado Voters Support Fracking, Say Its Safe
- San Juan Basin Gas Output Declines, but Hope Found in Mancos Shale Oil
- Consol’s CNX Gas Drills Longest Laterals So Far in Both Marcellus, Utica
- ODNR Says Mineral Extraction Produced $2.7 Billion in Ohio in 2012
- Shell Still Considering Building Ethane Cracker in Western PA
- Natrium Processing Plant to Remain Shuttered Until Alarm System Installed
- Apache Using Brackish, Recycled Water to Frac Wolfcamp in Irion County
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