Technology - Exclusives

Afternoon speakers at DUG Eagle Ford on Sept. 20 included Russell Parker of EP Energy, Daniel Herz of Falcon Minerals, Eric McGrady of Sundance Energy, Brian Hill of the U.S. Department of Transportation, and Tom Petrie of Petrie Partners. Source: Hart En
Acquisitions & Divestitures

UPDATE, DUG Eagle Ford: Good Rock, Good Economics

The bucks don’t stop in the Eagle Ford, speakers say, but they certainly grow there.

Hart Energy Staff

A&D Conference: Tellurian Plans A 4-Legged Gas Business Stool
Construction

A&D Conference: Tellurian Plans A 4-Legged Gas Business Stool

Integrating all three sectors of the industry, as well as marketing, will position the company to be a global LNG leader, says John Howie.

Paul Hart, Midstream Editor-At-Large, Oil and Gas Investor

Industry Weighs In On Rules Governing Drones
Regulation

Drone Regulations Still Up In The Air

Devising regulations for the drone phenomenon has proven to be a challenge for both the government and industry.

Joseph Markman

Replacing The Technology Patchwork For The Next Generation
Technology

Replacing The Technology Patchwork For The Next Generation

Improving technology will allow the industry to replace old, patched-together systems of the past as it transitions to a younger, tech-savvy staff.

Deanna Murray, Contributor

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DUG East

Executive Interview: CNX Resources’ COO Talks Appalachian Shale Potential

Tim Dugan, COO of CNX Resources, recently spoke with Hart Energy about technology, regulatory challenges and opportunities in the Marcellus and Utica.

Jessica Morales

How Renewable Natural Gas Fits Into The Energy Equation
Natural Gas

How Renewable Natural Gas Fits Into The Energy Equation

Adding biogas to the mix allows the industry to resolve more issues than just supplying fuel.

Joseph Markman

Gathering-Processing

Linde’s Technology Helps Turn Trash Into Treasure

As midstream makes its shift to a processing focused market, vendors are honing in on technology that will resurrect existing traditional plants.

Mary Holcomb

Technology

Drones: Will Promise Of Cost-Saving Inspections Fly?

Drones offer speed and accuracy in facility maintenance but there are shortcomings as well.

Joseph Markman

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Regulation

Water’s Weighty In The Midstream

By emphasizing convenience, midstream water management could differentiate itself from oilfield water services, according to panelists at Midstream Texas.

Erin Pedigo

Midstream Connect: The Smart Pig Sector Is ‘Vibrant And Growing’
Crude Oil

Midstream Connect: The Smart Pig Sector Is ‘Vibrant And Growing’

The pigging sector is racing to keep up with rapidly growing infrastructure and the need to maintain existing oil, natural gas and NGL pipelines.

Jessica Morales

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Crude Oil

The Shifting Balance Of Global Energy Power

At KPMG’s annual Global Energy Conference, confidence in the global economy abound, but political uncertainty and Asia’s growing energy demand shapes the role of the U.S. energy on the world stage.

Len Vermillion

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Crude Oil

Pipeline Shortage Puts Permian’s Crude, NGL Production At Risk

Technology gains and greater efficiency have fostered record production but the growth has been too fast for the lagging infrastructure.

Terrance Harris

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