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Highlights of the September 2, 2014 issue:

  • Research: PA Unconventional Wells Jan. – June 2014 Part 1: Overview & Top Wells
  • Editorial: Hart Energy DUG Eagle Ford in San Antonio, Sep. 15-17
  • Editorial: PADEP Publishes List of Water Wells Harmed by Oil & Gas
  • Guest: Sometimes Flaring Natural Gas is a Necessity
  • Permitting: New TX Horizontal, Ohio, WV, & PA Shale Drilling Permits
  • BLM to Resume Oil & Gas Leasing in California
  • Illinois Regulators Issue Long-Awaited Frac Rules
  • Wood Mac Identifies Three Phases of the Unconventional Revolution
  • Energy Merger Activity Shows No Signs of Slowing as Oil Boom Continues
  • Saudi Aramco CEO Says U.S. Shale is not a Threat
  • U.S. Tight Oil Keeping Global Crude Prices in Check, EIA Says
  • Sinopec, PetroChina Upgrade Their Outlook for Chinese Shale Gas
  • North Dakota Debates Whether Bakken Crude Should be Stabilized
  • North Dakota Total Well Count Surpasses 15,000 for First Time
  • Denton Grants Waiver from Drilling Moratorium for Vantage
  • Oklahoma’s New Disposal Well Rules Take Effect Sep. 1
  • EOG on Pace to Bring 520 New Eagle Ford Wells Online this Year
  • Boulder District Judge Strikes Down Lafayette’s Ban on Oil & Gas
  • San Juan Basin Hopes Mancos Brings Jobs, but Slow BLM Permitting a Concern
  • Peak Marcellus Drilling Still to Come, Wood Mac Projects
  • Appalachian Resins to Lease Land in Ohio for Ethane Cracker
  • Hilcorp Drops Forced Pooling Request in Western PA
  • Permian Producers Continue to Adjust to Prairie Chicken Listing
  • BHP Billiton to Expand Drilling in Reeves County

 
 

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