Despite false claims and accusations from extreme environmentalists, fracking and natural gas actual help our environment! Click to find out how! — Read on http://www.frackfeed.com/5-ways-that-fracking-is-helping-our-environment/Read more "5 Ways That Fracking Is Helping Our Environment – FrackFeed"
Tunable technology improves operational efficiency in the Eagle Ford A case study performed in the Eagle Ford has proven that tunable technology can help achieve greater efficiency gains in developing unconventional reservoirs. January 2019 /// Vol 240 No. 1 Special Focus Jeff Long, Dan Fu, Christine De Sario, BJ Services As the development of unconventional reservoirs […]Read more "Tunable technology improves operational efficiency in the Eagle Ford"
Weatherford International’s stock is trading below $1 a share. Schlumberger expects growth in its shale business to flatten or decline. General Electric reduced its ownership stake of Baker Hughes. Halliburton’s stock market value has fallen below what it was at one of the worst points of the last oil bust. Energy services companies are facing […]Read more "Oilfield services companies face another tough slog – HoustonChronicle.com"
End is near for Permian’s ‘frack holiday’ – Midland Reporter-Telegram — Read on http://www.mrt.com/business/oil/article/End-is-near-for-Permian-s-frack-holiday-13372657.phpRead more "End is near for Permian’s ‘frack holiday’ – Midland Reporter-Telegram"
Colorado voters rejected Proposition 112 in the state’s first referendum on oil and gas setbacks. Results as of late Tuesday stood at 43 percent in favor and 57 percent against. It fared better in Larimer County, with 47 percent of the vote in unofficial results Tuesday evening. The measure needed 50 percent to pass. Had Proposition 112 […]Read more "Colorado election: Proposition 112, which would have increased oil and gas setbacks, fails"
CONVERSE COUNTY, Wyo. — The parade of trailer trucks rolling through Jay Butler’s dusty ranch is a precursor to a new fracking boom on the vast federal lands of Wyoming and across the West. Reversing a trend in the final years of the Obama presidency, the Trump administration is auctioning off millions of acres of […]Read more "Driven by Trump Policy Changes, Fracking Booms on Public Lands – The New York Times"
The first clear indication that I had entered an area experiencing an oil boom was the Halliburton Co. office with a “Now Hiring” sign out front on the north side of Artesia, New Mexico. Next came a couple of equipment rental places with some unfamiliar-looking equipment on their lots, then the first of what were […]Read more "$540 for a night at Super 8 motel and other lessons from a drive through Permian Basin | Energy | Dallas News"
Horizontal drilling was rarely used in the Permian Basin through the 1980s but advancements in the technology have sent the region’s oil and gas fortunes soaring. “All of us who have been here a long time have seen a lot of things come and go,” said Mike Party, president and owner of Beryl Oil and […]Read more "Horizontal drilling boosts Permian Basin’s fortunes – Midland Reporter-Telegram"
Texans For Natural Gas | September 25, 2018 For nearly a decade, anti-fracking groups have tried to link methane in North Texas groundwater supplies to Barnett Shale development. But a new peer-reviewed study has effectively debunked that claim. Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Michigan recently published their fifth and final study as […]Read more "Study: Methane in North Texas Groundwater Is Unrelated to Fracking – Texans for Natural Gas"
t has been 10 years since the combination of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing technologies reversed the United States’ position from that of energy scarcity to energy abundance. This has changed the economy for the long haul and in the process thrust the term “fracking” into the mainstream American lexicon. During this time, “keep it […]Read more "Fracking, ten years later: Its benefits far outweigh its risks | Washington Examiner"