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Highlights of the September 16, 2014 issue:

  • Research: PSD Research Supports Study’s Findings of Barnett’s Continued Strength
  • Editorial: New Study Shows Poor Cementing of Casing Can Lead to Tainted Water
  • Editorial: Texas Leads New 50 State Index of Energy Regulation Study
  • Permitting: New TX Horizontal, Ohio, WV, & PA Shale Drilling Permits
  • Oil & Gas Industry to Seek Changes in Illinois’ Frac Rules
  • DOE Grants Final Approval for Cameron LNG Export Project in Louisiana
  • San Antonio Researchers Discover New Means of Treating Flowback Water
  • Condensate Exports Boost Market for Stabilizers
  • Illinois Landowners Receive Fake Letters about Drilling
  • EIA Boosts Forecast for U.S. Oil Production in 2015
  • Shale Well Performance Much Better than a Decade Ago
  • OPEC Significantly Cuts Demand for Its Crude as U.S. Production Soars
  • North Dakota Producers Meet First Target to Reduce Flaring
  • N TX Lawyer Seeks Scores of Unhappy Royalty Owners to Sue Chesapeake
  • Oil & Gas Supports 20% of Oklahoma Jobs, Report Finds
  • EOG Working to Reduce Freshwater Usage in Eagle Ford
  • Arkansas Fayetteville Shale Development Now a Decade Old
  • Anadarko Keeps Drilling in Haynesville, Seeking NGLs
  • Colorado Oil & Gas Task Force holds Inaugural Meeting
  • Shale Boom Spurs Economic Revival in Rust Belt
  • Yale, Penn State Studies Offer Conflicting Views of Shale Development
  • ODNR Says Ohio Shale Production Grew to 2.4M Bo, 88.7 Bcf in Q2
  • Permian Oilfield Water Usage Increases Along with Drilling Growth
  • Helis Applies for Permits to Drill Exploratory TMS Well in St. Tammany Parish

 
 

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 and tight oil plays including, but not limited to, the Bakken/Three Forks, Barnett, Cana Woodford, Eagle Ford/Pearsall, Fayetteville, Haynesville/Bossier, Mancos, 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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