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  1. IPAA says lack of rigs and crews restrains output

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    Mon, 18 Dec 2000

  2. U.S. TAX CREDITS SPURRING COAL SEAM, TIGHT SANDS BOOM AMID CONTROVERSY

    A.D. Koen Gulf Coast News Editor Federal tax credits have sparked a boom in U.S. drilling for gas contained in coal seams and tight sands. Some analysts say drilling for unconventional nonassociated gas accounted for as much as one third of all U.S. gas wells drilled in 1990. Production of ...

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    Mon, 14 Oct 1991

  3. OGJ NEWSLETTER

    Natural gas is doing more to earn its title of "fuel of the future." Offshore Europe's E&D revival continues as gas sets the pace. The Netherlands has agreed to let Shell, Esso, and Mobil resume drilling for gas in the Wadden Zee. The 5 year agreement, now being ratified by the Dutch government, ...

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    Mon, 17 Jan 1994

  4. OGJ Newsletter

    in western Canada targeting natural gas has been on the rise since 2012. By late 2014, the majority of rigs were drilling for gas instead of oil, and in January and February of 2015, the share had increased to 62%. NEB cited three reasons for

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    Mon, 15 Jun 2015

  5. BHI: US rig count continues fall in 27th straight week

    The US drilling rig count declined 9 units during the week ended June 12 to settle at 859 rigs working, according to data from Baker Hughes Inc.

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    Fri, 12 Jun 2015

  6. MARKET WATCH: NYMEX crude oil price drops on inventory build

    Crude oil prices for June delivery dropped modestly on the New York market on Apr. 22 to remain above $56/bbl for June delivery following another reported increase in US oil and product inventories. Meanwhile, statistics indicated slower manufacturing activity in China, a major oil consumer, last ...

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    Thu, 23 Apr 2015

  7. East Mediterranean Development-2 Narrowing opportunities require cooperation

    Neighboring East Mediterranean states hold a mutual interest in economic developments resulting from new hydrocarbon resources. These interests should be harnessed to enhance security, increase stability, and accelerate political dispute resolution within the eastern Mediterranean.

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    Mon, 4 May 2015

  8. Watching Government: New York moves ahead on LNG

    New York, a state more often associated with fiercely resisting unconventional natural gas exploration and production, established a program to regulate LNG facilities on Jan. 27.

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    Mon, 16 Feb 2015

  9. Barclays: Saudi Arabia refocusing Aramco’s strategy

    Saudi Arabia, with domestic oil use trimming exports and threatening the kingdom’s trade position, is refocusing the strategy of its national oil company, according to a Barclays analyst.

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    Fri, 6 Sep 2013

  10. Barclays: Saudi Arabia refocusing Aramco's strategy

    Saudi Arabia, with domestic oil use trimming exports and threatening the kingdom's trade position, is refocusing the strategy of its national oil company, according to a Barclays analyst.

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    Mon, 16 Sep 2013

  11. Baker Hughes: US drilling rig count drops to 1,743

    The US drilling rig count lost 13 units to 1,743 rigs working during the week ended Oct. 11, Baker Hughes Inc. reported.

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    Fri, 11 Oct 2013

  12. Baker Hughes: US drilling rig count climbs to 1,756

    The US drilling rig count jumped 12 units to 1,756 rigs working during the week ended Oct. 4, Baker Hughes Inc. reported.

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    Fri, 4 Oct 2013

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