Highlights of the March 4, 2014 issue:
- Research: PA Unconventional Wells Jul-Dec 2013 Part 2, Counties & Operators
- Editorial: TCU Energy Institute Hosts Energy & Oilfield Services Networking Night
- Editorial: Putin Provides Reminder of Importance of Developing Our Own Energy
- Editorial: Paper Tries to Set the Record Straight on Exxon CEO’s Lawsuit
- Permitting: New Texas Horizontal, Ohio & PA Shale Drilling Permits
- Feds Issue Emergency Order to Test Crude to Be Shipped via Rail
- Old Federal Law Blocking Cheap Texas Propane from Reaching Northeast
- Chesapeake to Sell Midstream Compression Units to Exterran for $360 Million
- XTO Finding Crude for Exxon, Silencing Critics of Acquisition
- EDF Study Says Oil & Gas Producers Can Easily Stop Methane Leaks
- Economists Say Development of Shale Gas is Key to U.K.’s Growth
- Analysts Say China could Meet 2015 Shale Gas Production Targets
- Enbridge Receives Enough Shipper Commitments for Bakken Pipeline
- NDIC to Require Operators to Submit Plan to Capture Gas
- Mansfield Council Moves to Place More Restrictions on Gas Drilling
- EOG CEO Says Eagle Ford Powering Firm’s Production Growth
- Devon Completes Acquisition of GeoSouthern Eagle Ford Assets
- Hickenlooper Touts Colorado’s New Oil and Gas Air Quality Rules
- Colorado Oil Producers Unconcerned about Frac Ban Initiatives
- Antero the Most Active Driller in Appalachian Region
- Report Forecasts Marcellus to Make Up Almost 25% of U.S. Gas Output by 2015
- Halcón Suspends Utica Shale Drilling in Ohio, PA
- Los Angeles City Council Moves to Ban Fracking, Acidizing
- Communities Hope 2014 is Breakout Year for Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
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