Category: Production

Occidental breaks ground on Midland complex

MIDLAND — Occidental Petroleum officials and employees gathered earlier this week with local- and state-elected officials — including Gov. Rick Perry — to break ground for the company’s Midland office. Mayor Jerry Morales began the event, welcoming participants and citing not only Occidental’s job creation but its contributions to the community — from schools to […]  More »

Plenty of pluck left in the Marcellus, report says

The Marcellus region is now the biggest natural gas shale play in the world, and there’s still about $90 billion to be made by tapping the area’s reserves, according to a study by energy analyst group Wood Mackenzie.  More »

Guest commentary: Partnerships needed to tackle global energy challenges

The global energy industry must seek new avenues to meet growing demand.  More »

Drillers in Colorado especially mindful of the neighbors

Producers are finding ways to centralize oil field operations in a bid to boost efficiencies, cut costs and minimize disruptions for residents in the populous Colorado Front Range.  More »

Voters go with oil companies in fight over Alaska taxes

Alaskans narrowly defeated an effort to repeal an industry-friendly oil tax regime adopted last year.  More »

Texas price gap widens as oil production rises

A backlog of Permian Basin oil sent the price of crude in Midland $19 below the U.S. benchmark during Tuesday trading morning and $21 dollars below by the end of the day, the widest gap on records that stretch back to 1991.  More »

Voters to decide fate of Alaska oil production tax

Ballot Measure No. 1 asks voters if they want to reject the 2013 law that supporters have dubbed the “More Alaska Production Act.”  More »

EIA: Eagle Ford to cross 1.5 million daily barrels in September

The U.S. Energy Information Administration expects the Eagle Ford Shale to produce 1.51 million barrels of crude oil and other liquids daily in September. It would be a gain of around 31,000 daily barrels over August production for the South Texas field.  More »

Gulf oil field names follow quirky, creative system

As drilling activity has increased in the Gulf of Mexico over the decades, geologists have had to push the envelope and develop even more distinct labels for their finds  More »

EOG touts its latest Permian play

EOG Resources Inc. executives said Wednesday they’re optimistic about the prospects for the Second Bone Spring Sand, its latest target for drilling, which sits beneath the Leonard Shale in southeast New Mexico.  More »

North Dakota crude no more dangerous than similar fuels, report finds

HOUSTON — An industry-funded study released Monday concluded that the oil from the Bakken region doesn’t pose a greater risk to transport than other similar, types of crude. The study is the most scientific analysis of the region’s crude so far, the North Dakota Petroleum Council said. The group hopes the report allays fears that […]  More »

North Dakota’s crude production continues to grow on strength of Bakken, Three Forks

Drillers are gaining new insights into the geologies of the Bakken Shale in North Dakota, where production is topping 1 million barrels a day.  More »
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