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Highlights of the May 26, 2015 issue:

  • Research: Hz Wells in Permian’s Reeves Co. Since 2008 - Production by Operator/Field
  • Editorial: With New Law in Effect, Hydraulic Fracturing to Resume in Denton
  • Editorial: Oklahoma Legislature Passes Bill to Prohibit Local Oil & Gas Bans
  • Guest: U.S. Should Be ‘Great Arsenal of Energy’
  • Shale Set to Pummel Another Market as U.S. LNG Plants Arrive
  • Why Many Experts Missed This: Cheap Oil Can Hurt the U.S. Economy
  • ‘Shale-ionaires’ Suffering from Wave of Bankrupt Oil Drillers
  • U.S. Natural Gas Imports Reach Lowest Level in 18 Years
  • Oil Bears Miss Out as Record U.S. Refinery Demand Drives Rally
  • Mexico Aims Smaller with its Latest Oil and Gas Property Auction
  • Vast Shale Oil Reserves Estimated for Canada’s Northwest Territories
  • Saudi Oil Supply Outpaces Rivals in Grab for Record China Demand
  • Environmentalists Seize on Latest California Oil Spill
  • NY to Require Further Review of Crude Oil Facility at Port
  • Despite Dramatic Drop in Rigs, Bakken’s Sweet Spots Remain Attractive
  • North Dakota Landowners Wary of Huge Pipeline Project
  • PDC Energy Says it may Resume Work in Ohio Sooner than Expected
  • Energy In Depth Blasts Utica Shale Air Quality Study
  • After Months of Prep, Consol Energy Begins Fracking First Wells at Airport
  • Wolf: Arguments Against Severance Tax are ‘Bogus Rhetoric’
  • Irving-Area Quakes are Likely Due to Fault Lines, Geologist Says
  • Encana Loses Control of Well in Karnes County, Homes Evacuated
  • Second Fort Worth Oil and Gas Firm Seeks Bankruptcy Protection
  • Abbott Signs Bill to Speed Environmental Permits, Limit Protests

 
 

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