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Highlights of the April 15, 2014 issue:

  • Research: New Direct Link to TX RRC Data & City of Denton Wells
  • Editorial: Chesapeake Wins Texas Jury Trial in Barnett Gas Well Nuisance Claim
  • Editorial: BH Data Shows Operators Keep Moving Toward Oil, Away from Gas
  • Permitting: New Texas Horizontal, Ohio & PA Shale Drilling Permits
  • U.S. House Panel Votes to Fast-Track LNG Exports
  • Feds Told Crude Displacing Other Commodities on Trains
  • Hospital Disinfectant Gaining Favor to Treat Flowback Water
  • EIA Says U.S. Oil Reserves Jumped in 2012 to 36-Year High, Led by Eagle Ford
  • Stabilis Energy to Buy Most of Encana’s LNG Fueling Assets in U.S.
  • Only One in Five Global Shale Plays Likely to Succeed, Wood Mac Says
  • Australia Could Emerge as a Major Shale Gas Producer
  • Total Says Polish Shale Not Economically Viable, Gives Up
  • Study Says Winter, Competition to Limit ND Oil Production to 1.5M Bpd
  • North Dakota Oil Production Rises to 950,000 Bpd in February, Despite Winter
  • Denton Frac Moratorium could Spark Precedent-Setting Legal Battle
  • ConocoPhillips Seeks to Grow Eagle Ford Production by 40% by 2017
  • Eagle Ford Spurs Building Boom at Port of Corpus Christi
  • Energy Producers to Invest $7 Billion in Niobrara in 2014, Wood Mac Says
  • Encana Bullish on Potential of Mancos Shale in San Juan Basin
  • Ohio Links Hydraulic Fracturing to Small Quakes, Imposes Tougher Rules
  • MSC Chief, Lawmaker Express Concern over Push for Severance Tax in PA
  • Nuevo Midstream Completes Gas Processing Expansion in Delaware Basin
  • Athlon Energy Acquires Midland Basin Properties for $873 Million
  • Goodrich Planning to Ramp Up Tuscaloosa Shale Development

 
 

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