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It’s not only oil that Venezuela has in common with North Africa, Middle East and the so-called Arab world. As a severe economic crisis continue to strike the South American country, protests and violence intensify on the streets of Caracas, showing the Venezuelan spring has begun.
The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District remains one of the biggest beneficiaries of shale drilling in Ohio The public agency has earned $200 million in lease bonuses and royalties on natural gas and liquids from its first 29 Utica Shale horizontal wells in which the district has a financial share, according to Jackie Stewart of Energy in Depth-Ohio, a pro-drilling industry group, in a recent report.
The Appalachian Basin is continuing to grow. It is producing increasing volumes of natural gas despite, despite a sharp drop in new wells being drilled in 2015 and 2016 due to low commodity prices, says Timothy Knobloch in a recent presentation at the Ohio Oil and Gas Association annual
STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania – Last Tuesday’s energy conference on the outskirts of Penn State University in central Pennsylvania was centered on upstream-, exploration- and production-related topics.
HOUSTON – Thirteen months ago, buying and selling liquefied natural gas worldwide officially was turned upside down, when the first LNG cargo left Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass export facility in western Louisiana.
While the working-rig count continues climbing, and production per well is rising, there is an integral part of hydrofracking which gets little attention – but is going through its own activity ramp up.