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  • 08/13/2012 -- Quebec: Petrolia to core Macasty shale on Anticosti
    Petrolia Inc., Rimouski, Que., will drill a series of stratigraphic core holes on Anticosti Island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence offshore Quebec to help characterize the Macasty shale, the geological equivalent of the Utica shale.
  • 07/31/2012 -- KKR to participate in Comstock's Eagle Ford program
    Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co LP will participate with Comstock Resources Inc., Frisco, Tex., in future Eagle Ford shale development in South Texas.
  • 07/26/2012 -- Seneca-EOG Marcellus joint venture to cut activity
    EOG Resources Inc., which has earned a 50% working interest in 34,000 gross acres contributed by Seneca Resources Corp. to a Marcellus shale joint venture, has notified Seneca that it does not expect to meet the minimum drilling target for calendar 2012 specified in the JV, Seneca said.
  • 07/12/2012 -- Crimson updates Woodbine, Eagle Ford programs
    Crimson Exploration Inc., Houston, has summarized continued success in its East Texas Woodbine and Karnes County Eagle Ford programs and provided an operational update on its Liberty and Zavala County activity.
  • 07/06/2012 -- EQT converts rig to run on LNG from Marcellus gas
    EQT Corp., Pittsburgh, has launched a pilot program in which it has converted a diesel rotary rig to run on natural gas liquefied from local Marcellus gas production.
  • 06/22/2012 -- Osaka to join Cabot in Pearsall shale drilling program
    Osaka Gas Co. Ltd. of Japan will purchase a 35% nonoperated working interest in 50,000 net acres in the South Texas Pearsall shale from Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. for $250 million.
  • 06/21/2012 -- Ohio: Gulfport drills record length Utica shale wells
    Gulfport Energy Corp., Oklahoma City, said two of its Utica shale wells represent the longest laterals and longest measured depth wells ever drilled in Ohio.
  • 06/14/2012 -- New York may ease ban on high-volume fracturing
    New York may soon relax a ban on high-volume hydraulic fracturing in certain areas of the state, a press report.
  • 06/13/2012 -- North Dakota: Fort Berthold 3C-3D survey starting
    3D Geophysical Inc., Houston, has reached agreement with the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation to conduct a three component 3D seismic survey covering 1000 sq miles of the reservation.  
  • 05/17/2012 -- Atlas to acquire Titan Fort Worth Barnett shale assets
    Atlas Resources Partners LP, Philadelphia, will acquire 250 bcf equivalent of proved reserves in the Barnett shale in the Fort Worth basin from Titan Operating LLC, private Fort Worth independent, for $184 million in ARP units.

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