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- October 22 2012 - Completion
A polymer, which replaces guar in fracing fluid, has been utilized by Halliburton in Magnum Hunter’s wells in the Eagle Ford, resulting in higher flow back and improved production.
- October 18 2012 - Production
The move from fossil fuels to renewable energy has been delayed by the shale revolution since the commercial imperative in the marketplace was changed.
- October 17 2012 - Production
A normal winter in Canada is predicted to lead to reduced natural gas exports, a move that could have increased US production fulfilling additional demand south of the border.
- October 12 2012 - Exploration
A report released recently by GlobalData highlights Colombia’s recovering oil and gas industry, which has made more than 135 discoveries in the past five years following years of declining exploration activity.
- October 9 2012 - Production
A report shows production of NGLs could increase by 15% in 2013.
- October 8 2012 - Production
A report by Bernstein Research suggests a progression from onshore to deep water for oil based on current trends, deepwater potential, and a willingness to spend more on deepwater upstream activity.
- October 3 2012 - Field Development
Wood Mackenzie predicts activity in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico will head in a positive direction with production expected to hit 2 MMboe/d in 2019.
- September 20 2012 - Production
As companies push forward with plans to meet the world’s growing LNG demand, production from US shale plays continues to rise.
- September 12 2012 - Field Development
As one among several major oil companies in Oman, BP appears poised to grow its investment by drilling 300 wells targeting reserves of up to 7 Tcf, according to a company spokesman.
- September 11 2012 - Production
China's aggressive stockpiling of oil will have serious political and economic ramifications in the US, effects that could influence election outcomes and gasoline-pump prices in both the near term and long term, according to industry expert Chris Faulkner, CEO of Dallas-based Breitling Oil and Gas.