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Highlights of the September 30, 2014 issue:

  • Research: Wolfcamp Shale Candidates in West Texas Permian Basin
  • Editorial: Encana Buys Athlon Energy & Permian Assets for $5.9 Billion
  • Editorial: Why Hart Energy’s DUG Conferences are Most Cost Effective
  • Editorial: Magnum Hunter Well in WV is Biggest Utica Producer Yet at 46.5 MMcfpd
  • Permitting: New TX Horizontal, Ohio, WV, & PA Shale Drilling Permits
  • U.S. Oil & Gas Production Outpacing Regulation, GAO Says
  • Marcellus Hubs Surpassing Henry Hub as Most Active for Trading Nat Gas
  • Report Says Oil Prices would Reach $150 a Barrel without Shale
  • Why ‘Peak Oil’ is Being Proven Wrong
  • Pioneer Natural Resources Plans to Double Condensate Exports in 2015
  • Investors Watching with Interest as Mexico Implements Energy Reforms
  • Shale Development in Australia will Take Time, Santos Says
  • Oneok to Build Nat Gas Processing Facilities in North Dakota, Wyoming
  • Oil Producers Fight ND Plan to Require Crude be Stabilized for Transport
  • Texas Lawmakers Expected to Push Back if Denton Frac Ban Passes
  • Devon Tweaks Completion Process to Boost Cana-Woodford Production
  • Eagle Ford had $87B Impact, Supported 155,000 Jobs in 2013, UTSA Study Finds
  • Cabot Acquires More Acreage in Eagle Ford Shale
  • Colorado Oil & Gas Task Force Names Health, Tech, Legal Issues as Priorities
  • Marcellus Industry Seeks to Change Perception of Term ‘Fracking’
  • Thai-Japanese JV Looks to Build Ethane Cracker in Appalachian Region
  • Magnum Hunter Says 1st Utica Shale Well in WV Peaks at 46.5 MMcfpd
  • EnLink Completes Nat Gas Processing Plant in Glasscock County
  • Encana Buying Permian-Focused Athlon Energy in $7.1 Billion Deal

 
 

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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