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Oilfield super center takes first steps in the Eagle Ford Shale

A one-stop-shop for Eagle Ford oil and gas producers is now in San Antonio as FMC Technologies officially announced its opening. FMC Technology cut the ribbon to its $15 million building this week. The San Antonio Business Journal reported that the facility takes four of the company’s businesses — fluid control, wellhead, flowback and measurement services — and puts them ...

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T. Boone Pickens on Fighting Terrorism: Natural gas is a key weapon

According to one Oklahoma oil tycoon, the answer to fighting terrorism is natural gas. In an essay published in Time magazine, T. Boone Pickens claims that by using more natural gas, which is “a key weapon in the war on terror,” the U.S. can win the ongoing battle against terrorism.  In his essay, Pickens go on to explain the U.S.’s ...

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Energy Industry: The Great Crew Change

Over the past several months the energy industry, specifically the oil and gas sector, has been through a severe downturn.  The slide in the industry crosses all platforms– from oil and gas prices to hitting all-time lows, companies cutting back or even closing down operations, to major slashes in budgets and thousands of people losing their jobs.  The most dramatic ...

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New tool from Drillnomics allows drilling decisions in minutes–not days

Sponsored Content Compared to the high tech tools found in other industries, software promising to quickly and easily help oil and gas professionals perform economic evaluations has lagged. For years, the industry lacked a modern and simple evaluation tool that was easy to use, affordable and powerful…until now. Drillnomics introduces a broad spectrum of the industry—including mineral buyers, investors, engineers, ...

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4 things to think about the Iran nuclear deal

The Western world is going insane with speculation over what eased sanctions in a new nuclear arms deal with Iran will mean. However, regardless if it is potential nuclear terrorism or further oil glut fueling fear, particular economic and political conditions will guide history from here. Numerous scenarios can be imagined from the new deal spearheaded by the United States. ...

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Utica and Marcellus activity in Ohio


Activity in the Utica and Marcellus Shale formations in Ohio have seen some changes compared to the last the well activity update, and according to a new report, the Utica Shale formation might just be larger than the Marcellus Shale formation. The Appalachian Oil and Natural Gas Research Consortium, a program of the National Research Center for Coal and Energy ...

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Water plant expansion project is on the way

Thanks to Vantage Energy and its affiliated pipeline business, Vista Gathering, Southwestern Pennsylvania Water Authority’s water plant is receiving an expansion. As part of the $30 million project, the two companies will replace the existing line and extend new water mains into Greene County.  As reported by the Pittsburgh Business Times, “The water authority services about 13,500 customers in all ...

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Oil and Gas Awards heads to Dallas in 2015

Dallas, Texas is set to host this year’s Southwest & Midcontinent Oil & Gas Awards, which is a platform to honor the best and most innovative in the industry. The 2015 awards will focus on acknowledging oil and gas industry areas of environmental stewardship, efficiency, innovation, corporate social responsibility and health & safety. A Southwest & Midcontinent Industry Summit will ...

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Relocating is on the agenda for Clean Earth Inc.


Clean Earth Inc., a company that processes drilling cuttings from the Marcellus Shale formation, is looking to relocate one of its processing centers. The processing company wants to reposition its Williamsport center to the heavy drilled county of Tioga.  To do so, Clean Earth is planning on using 400,000 tons of drilling cuttings, which consists of rocks and dirt that ...

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