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Denver Julesburg, D J, Uinta, basin, shale, Niobrara, fracking, drilling, minor uptick, rig count, horizontal, Hart Energy, Heard In The Field, oil, gas, Greater Rockies, completions, Greater Green River, Piceance, North Park, SandRidge Energy, exploratio

D-J, Uinta Basins See Minor Uptick In Drilling

Even though operators have increased horizontal rigs in the Denver-Julesburg Basin, there are mixed messages whether drilling activity is actually rising in the Greater Rockies' market.

supply, demand, floating, rig, drilling, Quest Offshore, Leslie Cook, oil, gas

Awaiting Balance: Attrition Pushes Floating Rig Supply, Demand Closer

High attrition is expected to ease the excess drilling supply, bringing a supply and demand balance in 2017.

Golar LNG, Schlumberger, FLNG, OneLNG, JV, natural gas

Golar LNG, Schlumberger Target Stranded Gas With New JV

The JV comes about six months after Golar and Schlumberger said they signed a memorandum of understanding.

Midcontinent, pressure pumping, well stimulation, Hart Energy, Heard In The Field, oil, gas, Scoop, Stack, shale, fracking, Oklahoma, DUCs, demand, survey, report, hydraulic horsepower, FracFocus

Midcontinent: DUCs Charge Up Demand For Pressure Pumping Services

Midcontinent service providers anticipate an increase in well stimulation pricing from the current average of $38,000 per stage, largely reflecting activity in the Scoop and Stack plays.

Donald Trump, Harold Hamm, RNC, Department of Energy, oil, gas

Report: Hamm A Potential Energy Secretary Pick In Trump Administration

Harold Hamm, who endorsed Trump in April and spoke at the Republic National Convention on July 20, shrugged at the notion.

Wood Nourished By Leviathan FEED

U.K.-based Wood Group was given a major boost with the recent award by U.S. player Noble Energy Inc. of a FEED and detailed design contract for a fixed platform on the Leviathan gas field development offshore Israel.

Noble Energy, Gunflint, subsea, oil, production

Noble’s Gunflint Subsea Development Starts Up In GoM

The subsalt Miocene project is another sign of how operators are relying on subsea tiebacks to reduce both costs and startup times.