Traversing Tough Times In Texas

Work in the Delaware Basin has provided several midstream companies opportunities to make money, acquire assets and even build out during the downturn.


Mexico Pushes Forward With Deepwater Round

Mexico's president says ‘this is not the time to stop.’ The country plans to launch another deepwater round in early December, which is its fourth auction.


Dominion Customers Use Record Amount Of Electricity For Winter

On Jan. 7, Dominion Virginia Power met a record winter peak demand for electricity from its 2.4 million customers during a cold spell.


Magnum Hunter’s West Virginia Utica Well Has Biggest IP Rate In Play So Far

Meanwhile, the Mountain State grapples with “growing pains,” permit backlog.


Gulf Coast Will Soar As NGL Demand Rises

As Canada, Northeast struggle to handle increased supply, analyst sees good chance of success for much of region’s monumental petrochemical infrastructure plan.


Continental Resources Touts Oklahoma Shale Play

Could the Springer shale push the Sooner State’s output past Alaska and California?


Pipeline Industry Impact On Texas Economy Is Significant, Study Finds

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 Moves South

The Utica Shale play, long concentrated in Ohio, could be most prolific in West Virginia, according to a new report from Topeka Capital Markets. 


Shale Revolution Gen 2.0

DUG East panel states that shale plays have moved into the second phase of their development.


DUG Permian: Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks

According to Wood Mackenzie’s Ben Shattuck, the Permian was late to the unconventional revolution, but is quickly catching up.


Come Together: Offshore Industry Lands In Houston For 45th Annual OTC

Collaboration was the major theme at this year’s OTC conference. 


Eagle Ford Gas Production Rising Even As Rigs Directed To Oil

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.