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  1. video courtesy of Shell

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    Fri, 1 Jun 2012

    The Perdido regional development spar has arrived in the ultra deepwaters of the Gulf of Mexico and is currently being secured to the seafloor in 8,000 ft (2,438 m) of water, according to Shell.

    drilling rig found at 2:53

    within its own power generation. The top sides contain the production equipment. Drilling rig helicopter landing pad and living quarters for a crew of up to 150. This floating town is designed to be capable of
  2. OGFJ_EnergyInDepth_Marcellus

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    Tue, 7 Dec 2010

    Would you be opposed to drilling in the air and what is your stance on drilling but right importance of doing wrong answers. Thank you very much. Has yeah wells. For a 150 years. And in the last. Probably decades. Many many vertical wells have been drilled in I sandstone formations and they

    house environment found at 0:43

    There is nobody in the industry and it just. -- before the house . Environment committee yesterday. Who voted yes to disclosing. The contents. Of the track flu. In fact you don't need -- -- and you
  3. Seismic truck improves data, costs

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    Tue, 7 Dec 2010

    This video was used in an OGJ article from March, 2004. It highlights a highly controllable, ground based seismic impact source vehicle that compares favorably with dynamite acquisition methods. Designed and built by Apache Corp. Canada in late 2003, the Explorer 860 buggy has been used with high

  4. OGFJ_IPAA_CNBC_Mad Money

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    Tue, 7 Dec 2010

    Trainers in this country stock traders futures traders have completely given up one natural gas. And even though you know that we need and mad money are believers in the long term potential guest Nacchio as a bridge too. That's the foreign companies like Matsui took now well it's from it. Making

    natural gas found at 0:06, 0:52, 3:10

    in this country stock traders futures traders have completely given up one natural gas . And even though you know that we need and mad money are believers in the long term potential -- guest Nacchio as
    research -- have to worry so much about the price the commodity natural gas getting out. How about Swift Energy assets why. A Louisiana and Texas based producer with a 113 million barrels of oil equivalent
    the country were -- and out that we can extract oil and natural gas from the shales. And -- resource -- that American's domestic that we can create jobs with. In south Texas we have the eagle for though -- is may be one of the nationals in North America does not just gas but it has little in common -- rich and that I I. It's the one who thinks there's -- people that they've beaten New York Times which -- -- particularly on table why I think to the industry that it's it at that natural gas extraction dirty business it is spoils the -- it makes it so that. Odd that may -- -- -- threat treasury -- are reservoirs are going. Are are going to be to -- by this. But why don't get that publicity not the idea that -- this is a cleaner fuel then Cole what I don't wanna going to -- -- can -- people. Well that's a great question because just -- people face of and so doesn't mean it. People do attacked the development -- natural gas because of what's called hydraulic fracturing -- a completion method. In sixty years of utilizing this technology there's not a known example
  5. OGFJ_Chesapeake in Copenhagen_Video Courtesy of Chesapeake

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    Tue, 7 Dec 2010

    Good afternoon and thank you Susan and thank you Chris. Thank you Tim and tell us would like to point out Greg staples here today aggregates the CEO of the American foundation. I'm here really firm for one reason and one reason only and that is to drive home the point. That Chris and and it them or

    natural gas found at 1:31, 2:09, 3:26

    economy. But also to I don't know how quite say -- the. Natural gas reserves we believe are distributed broadly across the globe. And as nations begin to address natural gas not just -- reduce the consumption of coal. But also to reduce consumption of oil I think you'll see some dramatic. Changes
    company twenty years old. Focused exclusively now on developing. Shale reserves of natural gas and what we found. Over the last two years is that we've been able. To take our country from only having about a ten or twenty year supply of natural gas -- over a hundred years. So what's changed since Kyoto and in 1997. In my view. Well certainly what -- not change
    power. Requiring you -- yet more power plants as you go forward solar wind are certainly nice but there intermittent difficult to scale. And then nuclear -- if for no other challenges. It has cost challenges in time challenges. The natural gas available today and so if you go back to Kyoto 1997. He could have easily arrived at the conclusion. The natural gas is good. However you would also concluded. Or learned that gas is scarce and that the world's supply of natural gas was such that she really couldn't. Take it out of its traditional. Uses which work to make chemicals to make plastics make
  6. Rob James of Pillsbury Global Energy on energy challenges

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    Tue, 7 Dec 2010

    Carbon sequestration. Smart grid biofuels. IO GC CR but. The energy revolution is here traditional fossil fuels nuclear power and alternatives are offering complex mix of solutions. To national and international energy and environmental challenges. Sponsored by posting a leading energy Executives

    alternative fuels found at 2:36

    incredible demand for energy of all types. A traditional hydrocarbons renewable energy alternative fuels . This is a tremendously exciting space --
  7. Warlick Part II

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    Tue, 7 Dec 2010

    Welcome to TS ATV. I'm sellers with me today is done more is president international business intelligence consultancy. Dealing with the global energy space. It was established in 1977. And serves clients that he and the energy and all services worldwide. The published a series of strategic energy

    coal plant found at 9:07

    megawatts. But we're talking. About building a land. Use today to build. Coal plant -- if they can build. Or after gas fired last. It better be a thousand megawatts -- megawatts. And it was a
  8. Tom Petrie January 2009

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    Wed, 12 Jan 2011

    Last week as the news was focused on Gaza and rising tensions in the middle east, Tom was questioned about the potential short and longer term impact geopolitical issues may have on the price of crude oil. Tom maintained that geopolitics has periodically played a big role in the price of crude oil.

    middle east found at 2:14, 3:35

    at all right yet people get worried about the tensions somehow. That impeding the flow of oil from the Middle East and -- suppose if you were to play and if if certain countries take sides certain Arab oil producing nations take sides.
    -- the time where we should focus on geopolitics but perhaps after Barack Obama takes. Presidential office and then we might see those tensions perhaps gel -- solidified some some type of way. Exactly depending also what else is happening there's been a move by the Russians to provide fighter planes to Lebanon. That's a challenge -- the US which is traditionally. Had the relationship there there's a lot going on in the Middle East that over the next. 123 quarters 123 years. How we have to keep an eye on. And you know what Tom I should mention -- -- come February while Israel we'll have a new prime minister and and the word is that it will be. Bibi Netanyahu who he is up more conservative when it comes to having
  9. Cameron International Corp.

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    Wed, 18 Mar 2009

    Thanks a lot It's always good to come up and speak to our customers a little bit about Cameron. I got mine at 25 year award last week there was a kind of a milestone and obviously it Cameron. And it occurred to me that when I started with Cameron. You got a golden stainless steel Rolex. As 25 year

    united states found at 14:09

    occur inside these pressure test bunkers and their standard all over the United States . And also -- tree in -- assets you'll see those that are at our facilities. How does this all come together and
  10. American Oil & Gas Inc.

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    Mon, 15 Dec 2008

    Thanks for being here this afternoon analysts describe it along we can in the last two days have been very long days I know when the market appreciate you listening in in either getting an update on American oil and gas are listening to us. A new introduction. perjury before looking statements

    halliburton found at 3:18, 4:48, 11:15

    in these three wells that no financial exposure -- for about 23%. Halliburton energy services is that this project manager of fear and in return for providing and paying for that drilling activity. RT 125%.
    lost thousands of drilling barrels -- drilling fluid in the formation. -- Halliburton brought out here was what they called moderate pressure drilling and that's drilling with -- would purposely a little bit lighter than
    American was still owned upwards of 191000 net acres out here. And Halliburton energy services book project managed before -- program. In our Halliburton does do a majority of the completions out there it's their swell Packers system so we have the right financial relationship in
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