Highlights of the March 11, 2014 issue:
- Research: ND Bakken/Three Forks Production in January 2014
- Editorial: Our First Look at Bakken Production by the Month
- Editorial: Ukraine Crisis Underscores Geopolitical Impact of Shale
- Guest: Russia Uses Natural Gas to Its Advantage
- Permitting: New Texas Horizontal, Ohio & PA Shale Drilling Permits
- Moniz Reiterates Support for Responsible Shale Development
- U.S. Senators Say Feds Taking Too Long to Write New Rail Safety Rules
- Jury Awards Energy Transfer $319 Million in Pipeline Dispute
- Cost Concerns the Dominant Narrative at CERAWeek Conference
- Devon, Crosstex Stockholders Complete Formation of EnLink Midstream
- Gazprom Confidently Says Europe to Depend More on Russian Gas
- Law Firms Add Staff, Offices Worldwide to Capitalize on Energy Boom
- Continental Exec Says Bakken has Decades of Life Left
- QEP Withdraws Application for 25,000-Acre Production Unit in ND
- Chesapeake Loses Appeal in Royalty Payments Lawsuit by FW Family
- Devon to Spend $1.1 Billion to Drill 200 Eagle Ford Wells in 2014
- Southwestern Buys Shell, Quicksilver Assets in Sand Wash Basin Niobrara
- Colorado Business Coalition Forms to Promote Oil & Gas
- Study Finds Methane Commonly Found in NEPA Groundwater Before Drilling
- Drilling Foes Targeting Dominion’s Proposed LNG Export Terminal in Maryland
- Geologist Says Utica Shale’s Sweet Spot Smaller, but Very Productive
- American Energy Plans to Drill 1,600 Ohio Utica Shale Wells over Next Decade
- California Dems Challenge Brown, Call for Frac Moratorium
- Pioneer more than Tripling Rig Count in Northern Spraberry
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