Highlights of the March 24, 2015 issue:
- Research: How Lower Prices could Weaken Job & Economic Growth in Shale
- Editorials: Landmen ‘Cinching Up’ for Slow Period, FracFocus to be Improved
- Drill Bits: PA Severance Tax Plan with Minimum Nat Gas Price Ripped
- Removing U.S. Oil Export Ban would Create Jobs beyond Drilling, Report Says
- Hydraulic Fracturing Rules Unveiled by Obama Administration
- Surprising Natural Gas Output has BofA Bracing for Sub-$2 Prices
- Union Pacific Aims to be First Railroad to Haul Liquefied Natural Gas
- Enviros Play ‘Whac-A-Mole’ to Stall Crude-by-Rail Projects
- Shell Puts Brakes on Shale Gas Projects in South Africa
- OPEC Oil Minister: We ‘Have No Choice’ on Output
- Preparing for a Brent Benchmark with No Brent Oil
- Russian Exports could be the Next Biggest Threat to Global Crude Prices
- Tax Break, Time Limits may cause Bakken Oil ‘Surge’ this Summer
- Natural Gas Rules Push, Pull Bakken Oil Producers
- Quicksilver Resources Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
- Bentek Energy: Eagle Ford Making 1.6 Million Barrels of Crude Daily
- Cheniere Energy Gets Green Light for Port of Corpus Christi Construction
- Anadarko Buys into Colorado-to-Cushing Pipeline Project
- Southwestern Energy Sells Pennsylvania Pipelines for $500 Million
- Chesapeake Exec: Next Few Years to Separate ‘Weak from Strong’ in Ohio Utica
- Wolf’s Severance Tax would Set a Minimum Value on Gas Produced
- Ohio Valley Residents Now Selling Mineral Rights
- Devon Energy Shows Off New San Angelo Digs
- PBPA Speaker: Energy Industry Needs to Make Message Personal
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