Highlights of the July 28, 2015 issue:
- Research: Texas Horizontal Drilling Permits Comparison, 2015 vs. 2014
- Editorial: Air Emissions ‘Best Ever’ in Much of Texas
- Drill Bits: Role of SPR Debated as Congress Mulls Oil Sales to Fund Highways
- Wall Street Lenders Growing Impatient with U.S Shale Revolution
- Amid Lawsuit, Further Delay of Federal Land Drilling Rules
- Deal Making Down Sharply in Second Quarter, EIA Says
- Oil Prices Enter Bear Market Amid Global Glut of Crude
- ‘Light at the End of the Decade’ for Natural Gas
- Canadian Natural Gas Producers Losing Ground to U.S. Competitors
- Experts: Mexican Oil Could Have Profound Regional Impact
- Iraq’s Southern Oil Exports at Record Amid Market Share Battle
- Oil Majors Delay $200 Billion of Spending, Wood Mackenzie Says
- Colorado Local Leaders Weigh in on Future Oil and Gas Rules
- New Hunt for Oil in Florida Raises Environmental Concerns
- ND: Williams County Votes to Cut Back on Crew Camps
- New Power Plant Seen as Game-Changer as Natural Gas Topples Coal in Ohio
- Weak Midstream Infrastructure Fueling Utica’s Struggles
- Oil Industry Warns of Cost of Proposed Disposal Well Ban in Oklahoma
- Pa. Gas Pipeline Group Gets to Work
- EQT’s First Utica Shale Well is No. 1 for Initial Production at 72.9 MMcfpd
- Pennsylvania Natural Gas Severance Tax Faces Stalemate for Fifth Year
- Engineering and Innovation to the Rescue in the Eagle Ford
- Low Prices Threaten to Curb Rising Permian Rig Count
- WV Northern Panhandle Gas Production Tripled in 2 Years
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