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Highlights of the April 22, 2014 issue:

  • Research: Potential Cline & Wolfcamp Shale Candidates
  • Editorial: New Company Subscription Rates for Powell Shale Digest
  • Editorial: Upcoming Events in April and May
  • Editorial: 2014 Q1 by the Numbers – Rig Counts, Energy Prices, Nat Gas Storage
  • Permitting: New Texas Horizontal, Ohio & PA Shale Drilling Permits
  • EPA Releases White Papers on Methane Leaks from Oil & Gas
  • Industry Opposing OSHA’s Plan to Tighten Oilfield Workplace Safety Rules
  • Texas Crude Oil Production Reaches Highest Level Since 1980
  • Improved Recovery a Must to Sustain U.S. Oil Boom, Former DOE Official Says
  • Pickens in Partnership to Develop Nat Gas Engines for Drilling Rigs
  • Japanese Researchers Develop Tech Using CO2 Instead of Water in HF
  • Mexico Hopes Energy Reforms Jumpstart Shale Development
  • Continental Exploring Deeper Benches of Three Forks
  • North Dakota May Fine Trucking Company more than $2 Million
  • UNT Study Contends Barnett Shale Contributing to Higher Ozone Levels
  • Port of Corpus Christi Exports over 16 Million Barrels of Crude in January
  • BHP Billiton Planning to Double Eagle Ford Production by 2016
  • Advocates Expected to Spend $30 Million on Colorado Energy Ballot Measures
  • EIA Says Marcellus Production Closing in on 15 Bcfpd
  • Unions Benefit from Shale, Become Powerful Ally for Oil & Gas
  • Antero to Pay $15,000 per Acre for Lease with Ohio Watershed District
  • Election, Reports Ramp Up PA’s Impact Fee vs. Severance Tax Debate
  • Devon Plans to Spend $1.4 Billion in Permian Basin in 2014
  • Permian Pipeline Capacity Expanding, but Production Expected to Grow Faster

 
 

The Powell Shale Digest (formerly the Powell Barnett Shale Newsletter) of news and research provides current information on the technology and events in major U.S. shale plays including, but not limited to, the Bakken/Three Forks, Barnett, Eagle Ford/Pearsall, Fayetteville, Haynesville/Bossier, Marcellus, Monterey, Niobrara,Tuscaloosa Marine, Utica, and Permian Basin, as well as other issues that impact the oil and gas industry.

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