Highlights of the October 21, 2014 issue:
- Analysis: EIA Drilling Productivity Report of Seven Shale Regions for Oct. 14, 2014
- Editorial: Chesapeake Sells WV Shale Assets to Southwestern in $5.4B Deal
- Editorial: Texas Supreme Court Hearing Case of Lease Signing Bonus & Royalty
- Guest: Denton Frac Ban Vote Closely Watched
- Permitting: New TX Horizontal, Ohio, WV, & PA Shale Drilling Permits
- GAO Report Says Oil Exports would Lower Pump Prices
- American Midstream Partners Buys Costar Midstream for $470M
- Eagle Materials Acquires CRS Proppants for $225 Million
- Tesoro Buys QEP Field Services for $2.5 Billion
- EIA Relies on Outdated Production Data, Looks to Improve Info
- OPEC Testing How Far Oil Prices Must Fall to Harm U.S. Shale Boom
- Putin Loses His Best Friend: Expensive Oil
- ND Produced a Record 35 Million Barrels of Oil in August
- Methane could be Next Big Challenge for ND Oil Industry
- Showdown in Denton as Voters Weigh Proposed Frac Ban
- Petro Waste Environmental to Provide Waste Disposal Services in Eagle Ford
- Plains All American Interested in Building Condensate Export Terminal
- Colorado Court Rulings against Local Frac Bans Draw National Attention
- Marcellus Shale has Created 45,000 Construction Jobs, Study Finds
- Several Ethane Cracker Plants may be Built in Appalachian Region
- Southern Illinois Landowners Sue State over Drilling Permit Delays
- Pioneer CEO Sees Exports of Permian Condensate Soaring
- C&J Energy Expanding, Seeks Notice at Permian Basin Oil Show
- Sumitomo’s $1.55B Loss Shows Permian isn’t Booming for Everyone
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