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DCP Midstream adding processing in DJ, Eagle Ford basins

Feb 3, 2014

DCP Midstream LLC will add nearly 500 MMcfd of natural gas processing capacity in two liquids-rich US basins, the company reported.

Eagle Ford crude prompts upgrades at Valero’s Texas refineries

Feb 3, 2014

Valero Energy Corp., the largest US independent refiner-marketer, plans to invest $730 million in upgrading two of its Texas refineries to process increased volumes of light crude sourced from the Eagle Ford shale.

Devon to raise Eagle Ford shale production by 40%

Feb 1, 2014

Devon Energy Corp. plans to spend nearly $1.3 billion to increase its Eagle Ford shale production nearly 40% in 2014 as the company begins full-scale development of its new position in the booming South Texas play.

BHP executive details big plans for US shale plays

Feb 1, 2014

Australian resource conglomerate BHP Billiton is ramping up its activity in unconventional resource plays in the US. Since entering the US shale business 3 years ago, the company has grown into one of the top producers in the Eagle Ford shale.

BAKKEN Briefs

Feb 1, 2014

Rail a key transportaion link for Bakken crude

Feb 1, 2014

As production in the Bakken tight oil play ramps up at an unprecedented pace, producers are increasingly relying on railroads to bypass overwhelmed pipelines and move crude to market.

MARCELLUS Briefs

Feb 1, 2014

Pennsylvania top state for gas output growth in 2012

Feb 1, 2014

Development of the Marcellus shale has made Pennsylvania the fastest-growing natural gas-producing state, the US Energy Information Administration reported.

Wealth of gas processing, pipeline projects planned for Marcellus-Utica region

Feb 1, 2014

The surge in gas production in the Marcellus shale and imminent follow-on supply from the Utica shale have created a need for processing capacity to extract and fractionate NGLs and pipelines to move the hydrocarbons both within the region and between the producing area and Gulf Coast.

Growing NGL production alters regional pipeline flows, spurs new gas processing capacity in Utica

Feb 1, 2014

Midstream companies like MarkWest Energy are working hard to increase gas gathering, processing, fractionation, and takeaway capacity to service the rising amount of wet gas production from growing shale plays in the Northeastern US.

Ohio regulators begin collecting production data on quarterly basis

Feb 1, 2014

Operators in Ohio must submit production data for horizontal wells to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources more frequently in 2014, thanks to a measure contained in the state's biennial budget bill signed into law by Gov. John Kasich (R) last summer.

Guernsey County lays groundwork for rising Utica shale drilling activity

Feb 1, 2014

When word first got out that the rural city of Cambridge, Ohio, sat atop a bounty of resources in the Utica shale, the president of the local chamber of commerce wasted no time laying the groundwork for the expected push for development.

EAGLE FORD Briefs

Feb 1, 2014

Cabot fuels Marcellus operations with gas

Feb 1, 2014

Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. is reducing costs and lowering emissions at its Marcellus shale operations by using natural gas as fuel for its equipment.

Baker Hughes: US drilling rig count climbs to 1,785

Jan 31, 2014

The US drilling rig count gained 8 units to reach 1,785 rigs working during the week ended Jan. 31, Baker Hughes Inc. reported.

ConocoPhillips reports higher 2013 earnings, expects higher production in 2014

Jan 31, 2014

ConocoPhillips reported full-year earnings of $9.2 billion in 2013, an increase from the $8.4 billion totaled in 2012, which included $1.2 billion from downstream operations before the separation of Phillips 66 on Apr. 30.

WBI launches Dakota natural gas pipeline open season

Jan 30, 2014

WBI Energy Inc., a subsidiary of MDU Resources Group Inc., has launched an open season for its planned 375-mile Dakota natural gas pipeline running from western North Dakota to northwestern Minnesota.

Apache plans further development for active Egyptian program

Jan 30, 2014

Apache Corp. has applied for licenses to develop two recent discoveries in the Western Desert of Egypt, where drilling now includes horizontal wells targeting conventional and unconventional resources.

Statoil, PTTEP to divide oil sands stakes

Jan 30, 2014

Statoil AS and PTT Exploration & Production (PTTEP) of Thailand have agreed to divide their interests in the multiarea Kai Kos Dehseh (KKD) oil sands project about 120 km south of Fort McMurray, Alta.

Southcross starts construction on new Eagle Ford pipeline

Jan 30, 2014

Southcross Energy Partners LP has begun construction on the $125 million, 300-MMcfd Webb pipeline in the rich gas area of the Eagle Ford shale in South Texas.

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