Tag: Bakken

Scientists launch study of emissions over fracking sites

Scientists from the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration plan 15 research flights out of Colorado and Texas between now and May.  More »

Russian exports could be the next biggest threat to global crude oil prices

Russia may increase oil exports by as much as 250,000 barrels a day this year, according to the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.  More »

Oil production falling in three big shale plays, EIA says

Crude production at three major U.S. shale oil fields is projected to fall this month for the first time in six years, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said Tuesday.  More »

Out of Keystone debate’s glare, pipelines going in nationwide

While the Keystone project awaits a final decision, lesser-known developments have quietly added more than 11,600 miles of pipeline to the nation’s domestic oil network.  More »

EIA: Eagle Ford production will slow in April

Oil production from the six largest shale plays in the U.S. will hit 5.6 million barrels per day in April, an increase of less than 300 barrels per day over March.  More »

$1.1 billion in fast-track funding disbursed to North Dakota communities

Gov. Jack Dalrymple signed the bill last month at a ceremony at the state Capitol.  More »

Derailment set to fuel push for crude volatility mandates

The fiery derailment of an oil train in Illinois on Thursday is likely to bolster a campaign for energy companies to strip combustible gases out of the crude they ship by rail.  More »

Volatile Bakken crude expected to keep flowing through Texas

AUSTIN – Despite falling oil prices, production cutbacks and persistent safety concerns, rail officials plan to continue shipping millions of gallons of volatile crude oil from the Bakken region of North Dakota through Texas, according to updated records provided by state officials on Wednesday. Average weekly volumes reflect little change from a first batch of […]  More »

Fuel-hauling trains could derail at 10 a year

The federal government predicts that trains hauling crude oil or ethanol will derail an average of 10 times a year over the next two decades, causing more than $4 billion in damage and possibly killing hundreds of people if an accident happens in a den…  More »

EOG: Delaying completions is “right business decision”

EOG Resources officials elaborated on their decision to dramatically pare back well completions in 2015, telling investors the move is “the right business decision.”  More »

TransCanada to seek U.S. approval for $600 million Upland Pipeline

TransCanada Corp.’s proposed $600 million Upland Pipeline would begin near the northwestern North Dakota oil hub of Williston and go north into Canada about 200 miles.  More »

EOG earnings down 23 percent

EOG Resources, one of the biggest winners in the shale boom, saw its quarterly profits fall 23.4 percent as it became the latest company to suffer the effects of falling crude oil prices.  More »

Marathon cuts 2015 capital spending by another $1 billion

The cut is the second the company has made since crude prices began falling last summer.  More »

U.S. rigs are being idled, but the oil boom is not ending

The industry has become better at blasting crude out of deep underground layers of rock, according to productivity data tracked by the EIA in the major shale prospects.  More »

Cash-starved oil producers trade treasured pipelines for money

Bakken shale billionaire Harold Hamm and Canadian gas giant Encana Corp. are among the latest to peddle some of their most valuable assets and steadiest earners.  More »
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