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Highlights of the March 31, 2015 issue:

  • Research: Why Cities Can't be Allowed to Impose ‘Reasonable’ Setback Requirements
  • Editorials: Texas Cities will Always Use Onerous Setbacks to Get $ from Operators
  • Editorials: The Few Places Where It’s Still Economical to Drill
  • Guest Column: Hazy Days: EPA’s Methane Emissions Plans
  • Report: Crude Export Ban Helps Few Refiners but Hurts All U.S. Producers
  • Wyoming Suit Contests Federal Rules for Public Land Drilling
  • EPA Releases First Part of Frac Study, an Analysis of Chemical Disclosure
  • Report: Drilling Activity could Rebound as Service Costs Fall
  • U.S. Crude Oil Production Sets Record in 2014
  • Methane in Drinking Water Unrelated to Gas Drilling, Study Suggests
  • Iran Waiting to Flood Market with Up to 35 Million Barrels of Crude
  • Oil Producers Sound Retreat from China
  • North Dakota Oil Rig Count Drops Below 100
  • XTO Energy wants 140 Wells Excused from ND’s Flaring Rules
  • Texas Senate Committee Advances ‘Denton Fracking Bill’
  • Texas High Court Hears Case on Gas Royalty Payments
  • EnLink Midstream Agrees to Victoria Express Acquisition from Devon Energy
  • Mexico Signs Second Pipeline Deal to Import Eagle Ford Natural Gas
  • Enviro Groups Sue to Protect Colorado Wildflowers from Mining, Drilling
  • Pennsylvania Begins Monthly Oil & Gas Production Reporting
  • Statoil, West Virginia Agree on Deal for Drilling Under Ohio River
  • Martin County Sheriff’s Office Dealing with Expensive Oilfield Theft
  • Resolute Energy Selling Non-core Assets in West Texas
  • In Wake of Quakes, OK Regulators Expand Areas for Disposal Well Scrutiny

 
 

The Powell Shale Digest (formerly the Powell Barnett Shale Newsletter) of news and research provides current information on the technology and events in major U.S. shale and tight oil plays including, but not limited to, the Bakken/Three Forks, Barnett, Cana Woodford, Eagle Ford/Pearsall, Fayetteville, Haynesville/Bossier, Mancos, Marcellus, Monterey, Niobrara,Tuscaloosa Marine, Utica, and Permian Basin, as well as other issues that impact the oil and gas industry.

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