Terry Engelder, Ph.D., reflects on a career that led him to the Marcellus.
A newly released study found that in 2013, the oil and gas pipeline industry in Texas provided $33 billion in economic impact, supported more than 165,000 high-paying jobs, contributed $18.7 billion in gross state product and injected $1.6 billion in state and local revenues.
The Utica Shale play, long concentrated in Ohio, could be most prolific in West Virginia, according to a new report from Topeka Capital Markets.
DUG East panel states that shale plays have moved into the second phase of their development.
According to Wood Mackenzie’s Ben Shattuck, the Permian was late to the unconventional revolution, but is quickly catching up.
Collaboration was the major theme at this year’s OTC conference.
Despite steep decline rates and less focus on dry gas wells, gas production out of the Eagle Ford is on track to increase by 1.4 Bcf per day to 6.8 Bcf per day.
Gathering, processing, and transport come to the fore for independent producers.
Marketed natural gas production in Pennsylvania grew by an incredible 72% from 2011 to 2012, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA). This allowed the state to move from the seventh-largest producer to the third-largest of gas.
Contrary to the conventional beliefs of many environmentalists, hydraulic fracturing, or “fracing,” has at least one major environmental benefit: saving water, new research shows.
‘Economy would be in a lot worse shape if not for higher oil and gas prices encouraging new supplies to come online.’
Marcellus sweet spots will be driver of U.S. gas supply, U.S. Capital Advisors’ Horwitz says.