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Highlights of the February 24, 2015 issue:

  • Research: Pennsylvania Shale Gas Production Tops 4 Tcf in 2014
  • Editorial: Chesapeake Makes the Legal News Four Times this Week
  • Editorial: Drill Bits: Ohio Supreme Court Deals a Blow to Local Control
  • Texas RRC Offers Well Data Sets for Purchase
  • Tankers in West Virginia Explosion were Newer, Supposedly Safer Model
  • Legislators Again want to Rename Texas Railroad Commission
  • A Start-up that’s Solved Oil & Gas’s Wastewater Problem
  • Gas Field Methane Leak Rates Found Lower than Earlier Studies
  • Blackstone to Pour $9 Billion into Struggling Energy Industry
  • BP: Natural Gas to Become most Important Source of Power in Next Decade
  • Chevron Pulls Out of Shale Gas Exploration in Romania
  • Canada: Oil Train Accident Shows New Safety Rules Inadequate
  • TransCanada to Seek U.S. Approval for $600M Upland Pipeline
  • ND Official: Oil Transport Safety Involves more than Tankers
  • Austin Judge Sends Frac Ban Case to Denton County
  • Cabot Reports Loss, will Slow Marcellus and Eagle Ford Drilling
  • EOG: Drilling but not Completing as many Eagle Ford Wells
  • Colorado Task Force Faces Deadline to Decide How to Regulate Oil & Gas
  • Thanks to NY’s Frac Ban, Southern Tier Towns Look to Secede to PA
  • Ohio Supreme Court Upholds State Authority over Oil & Gas
  • Pennsylvania DEP to Create Separate Boards for Shale, Conventional Drilling
  • Stranded Gas Seen as Way to Power Cost Reductions in Permian
  • Sheffield: Midland Economy will Recover, Maybe not as Strong
  • OK Judge Stops TX Attorney from Contacting Chesapeake Royalty Owners

 
 

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