Business Insider By Akin Oyedele, April 29, 2016 8:04 AM
ExxonMobil on Friday reported its smallest profits in 17 years. The energy giant reported first-quarter adjusted earnings per share of $0.43, or $1.8 billion total, the company's weakest since 1999...

 

Reuters By Apeksha Nair and Arpan Varghese, April 20, 2016 7:44 AM
Analysts are growing increasingly confident that a near-two-year rout in oil has ended, and raised their price forecasts for a second month running, as healthier demand and a drop in U.S. shale output balance the market by 2017....

 

Market Wired By Xtreme Drilling and Coil Services, April 28, 2016 6:45 PM
Xtreme Drilling and Coil Services Corp. ("Xtreme") is pleased to announce that the nominees listed in the information circular dated March 16, 2016 for the annual meeting of shareholders of Xtreme...

 

Reuters, April 28, 2016 2:36 PM
HOUSTON, April 28 (Reuters) - Three tankers waiting to discharge some 1.65 million barrels of U.S. crude at the Caribbean island of Curacao will soon be joined by another 1.1 million barrels under way, as Venezuelan PDVSA's port delays worsen due to growing imports, according to Thomson Reuters data.....

 

By BloombergBusiness Jennifer A Delhouy – Published: Mar 7, 2016 11:57 a.m. ET
Hillary Clinton’s promise during a debate Sunday to aggressively regulate fracking deepens the divide between Republican and Democratic presidential candidates on oil and gas development and signifies her continued shift to the left on environmental issues.

 

By Marketwatch Myra P. Saefong – Published: Feb 8, 2016 5:23 p.m. ET
The storage tanks at Cushing, Okla., the delivery point for the New York Mercantile Exchange crude contract, are edging closer to their limits, raising a new set of problems for an industry that has already suffered from a 70% drop in prices in the past year and a half.

 

USA Today / OilPrice.com By Charles Kennedy, September 19, 2015 10:32 AM
While everyone is watching the oil bust, there is another bust going on — one for natural gas. Before there was a boom in oil production in the United States, there was the "shale gas revolution." That is where we all became familiar with terms like "fracking."...

 

AP Associated Press By Jon Gambrell, September 19, 2015 3:30 AM
Despite Mideast worries over cheap global oil prices, more regional crude may enter the market...

 

Reuters By Barani Krishnan, September 18, 2015 5:28 PM
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices tumbled on Friday, with U.S. crude falling 5 percent, after a selloff in Wall Street equities offset the positive impact of a third weekly decline in the U.S. oil rig count...

 

Investors.com By Barani Krishnan, September 18, 2015 5:11 PM
More U.S. oil companies could soon join Samson Resources and Hercules Offshore in filing for bankruptcy protection as banks are expected to tighten credit amid an oil price slump that looks to keep dragging on...

 

The Street By Rachel Graf, September 18, 2015 4:50 PM
About 10.09 million shares of California Resources were traded on Friday, well above the company's average trading volume of about 5.99 million shares a day...

 

Reuters, September 18, 2015 4:30 PM
TORONTO, - Canada's main stock index fell 1 percent on Friday as investors held on to concerns raised by the U.S. Federal Reserve about global economic growth and sell-offs in the prices of copper and oil weighed on resource shares...

 

Investor's Business Daily By Gillan Rich, September 18, 2015
More U.S. oil companies could soon join Samson Resources and Hercules Offshore in filing for bankruptcy protection as banks are expected to tighten credit amid an oil price slump that looks to keep dragging on...

 

Business Insider By Akin Oyedele, September 18, 2015 1:03 PM
The oil rig count fell again this week, according to driller Baker Hughes. Producers idled 8 rigs, bringing the tally to 644. It's the slowest pace in the three-week streak...

 

The Street By Lindsay Ingram, September 18, 2015 12:51 PM
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of Whiting Petroleum (WLL - Get Report) were falling 2.6% to $17.31 as oil prices were declining. WTI crude oil for October delivery was down 3.33% to $45.34 a barrel Friday morning, and Brent crude oil for November delivery was down 1.94% to $48.13 a barrel...

 

AP Associated Press By Mathew Brown, September 18, 2015 12:16 PM
After spills in Montana and California, US senate committee looks at pipeline safety...

 

Bloomgerg By Asjylyn Loder – With assistance from Jake Rudnitsky in Moscow, May 22, 2015 6:00 AM
Pickens - “Millions of barrels of untapped oil that U.S. shale drillers discovered during the boom years are about to disappear from their inventories...

 

By Nicole Goodkind April 28, 2015 8:01 PM, March 25 2015 5:49 AM EDT
Detailed Analysis
Pickens - “Energy entrepreneur T. Boone Pickens expects the rally to continue, predicting crude will reach $70 per barrel by the end of 2015 and $90 per barrel in the next 12-to-18 months.....

 

By Kukil Bora International Business Times www.ibtimes.com, March 25 2015 5:49 AM EDT
Optimistic Oulook
Pickens - “I think you could very well be at $100 a barrel by the end of 2016,” Pickens said at the Commonwealth Club of California in San Francisco....

 

U.S. Energy Information Administration EIA.gov, Release Date April 7, 2015
Analysis & Projections
Global Crude Oil Prices - EIA projects the Brent crude oil price will average $59/bbl in 2015, unchanged from last month's STEO, with prices rising from an average of $56/bbl in the second quarter to an average of $67/bbl in the fourth quarter. The Brent crude oil price is projected to average $75/bbl in 2016...

 

News12 KX11.com, June 24, 2014
BY DANIELLA RIVERA
GRAYSON COUNTY, TX - Some residents are not so thrilled with their newest neighbor. Regal Energy is drilling an oil well on Keyes Road, about 13 miles west of Sherman. News 12's Daniella Rivera spoke with residents who say they're upset with all the loud noise coming from the operation...

 

Bloomberg, Dec. 8, 2014 2014 1:59 PM CT
By Moming Zhou
Hedge funds are betting that the oil-price crash is close to ending. Speculators boosted their net-long position in West Texas Intermediate crude by 14 percent in the week ended Dec. 2, the most in 20 months, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission data show. Short bets contracted by 15 percent as long wagers expanded 4 percent....

 

Bloomberg, December 05, 2014
By Zain Shauk, Dan Murtaugh and Laura Litvan
Collapsing crude prices have given oil producers a new argument for ending a 39-year-old U.S. ban on exports. With U.S. output at a 31-year high and imports at the lowest level since 1995, producers seeking the best possible price for crude are straining at having to keep sales at home. Removing the ban could erase an imbalance between U.S. and foreign crude prices by expanding the market for shale oil....

 

Bloomberg, December 05, 2014
BY ERNEST SCHEYDER AND KRISTEN HAYS
U.S. energy firms are swiftly shifting drilling rigs away from less productive areas and hunkering down in sweet spots of North Dakota and Texas shale oil fields as they try to lift output and cut costs in response to the toughest crude market in years. Rig deployments or applications for new well permits fell by half in recent months in parts of North Dakota's Bakken formation and the Eagle Ford and Permian Basin in Texas, but the most prolific areas are holding up, according to officials and data from the two top crude-producing states...

 

Houston Chronicle Fuel Fix, December 02, 2014
BY JOSHUA CAIN
OPEC’s decision not to cut its oil production benchmark of 30 million barrels per day at its annual meeting in Vienna may have widely been seen as shot at U.S. shale producers — who are helping the country to become the largest oil producer in the world — but choosing to do nothing is already hurting its own members. Unlike their international counterparts, producers in the United States have break-even points far lower than $100. In some shale plays, as in parts of the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas, the break-even point is closer to $40. Most of the shale plays in the U.S. will remain profitable below $80...

 

Fuel Fix | November 11, 2014 6:11 PM EST
By Tim Devaney
Business groups are bracing for an onslaught of regulations, with the Obama administration bent on completing a host of the president’s unfinished policy goals and the midterm elections now in the rearview mirror. Agencies across federal government are expected to drop a host of major rules over the next few months, with regulations running the gamut from calorie label requirements on restaurant menus to new rules for hydraulic fracturing and air pollution...

 

Fuel Fix | November 10, 2014 at 3:39 pm
by Jennifer A. Dlouhy
The federal government will soon begin collecting more information about the amount of oil and gas pouring out of wells across the United States, with the data likely to drive policy debates in the nation’s capital. The move comes courtesy of the Energy Information Administration, which is expanding its existing “914” monthly survey, now limited to collecting information about gas production from about 240 producers in five states and the Gulf of Mexico. The new version will pull in production data about crude and gas from 19 states and the Gulf, with about twice as many respondents...

 

UPI | Nov. 11, 2014 at 6:22 AM
By Daniel J. Graeber
If nothing happens soon, lifting restrictions on crude oil exports will have to wait until after U.S. presidential elections in 2016, Wood Mackenzie says. Harold York, an analyst of the refining sector at Wood Mackenzie, said condensate exports amount to a de facto ease on the restrictions, though, according to him, there are few "overt calls" from either side of the U.S. political aisle to lift the ban completely...

 

The Salt Lake Tribune | NOV 13, 2014
By Jillian Ward Bloomberg News
The U.S. shale boom masks threats to global oil supply including Middle East turmoil, conflict in Ukraine and the difficulty of unconventional...

 

The Financial Times Ltd 2014 | November 12, 2014
By Ed Crooks
Great situational report on U.S. Shale...

 

Energy In Depth | November 7, 2014
By Steve Everley
Sold as a means of protecting homeowners, anti-fracking groups were quick to cheer passage of an anti-drilling measure in Denton. But the neighborhoods at the center of the controversy rejected the ban by a hefty margin...

 

The Texas Tribune | November 5, 2014
By Jim Malewitz
Just hours after Denton residents voted to ban hydraulic fracturing, the Texas General Land Office and the state’s biggest petroleum group fired off separate legal challenges to the new rule...

 

The Texas Tribune | November 5, 2014
By Jim Malewitz
A North Texas town on Tuesday became the state’s first to ban hydraulic fracturing, setting up a high-profile property rights clash likely to be fought in courtrooms...

 

dallasnews | November 5, 2014
By Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe
Denton became the first Texas city to ban hydraulic fracturing Tuesday after a...

 

The Texas Tribune | October 20, 2014
By Jim Malewitz
Susan Combs, the state comptroller, stirred controversy last month when she said Texas’ growing wind energy industry should “stand on its own two feet”...

 

Bloomberg News | October 15, 2014
By Jim Polson and Bradley Olson
U.S. oil producers that saw profits soar on the North American shale boom are feeling the downside of success: falling prices and shrinking cash are threatening to slow development...

 

Fuel Fix | October 15, 2014
By Jennifer A. Dlouhy
WASHINGTON — The oil and gas drilling boom has been good news for U.S. manufacturing, keeping factories supplied with cheap chemical feedstocks and powered by inexpensive energy...

 

WNCN | October 14, 2014
By WNCN Staff
RALEIGH, N.C. - More than 50,000 signatures opposing fracking in North Carolina were delivered to the state Capitol building Tuesday morning, but the governor's office said the environmental group who organized the demonstration left a mess for Capitol grounds staff to clean up...

 

McClatchy DC | October 13, 2014
By Sean Cockerham
WASHINGTON — Demand is exploding for the massive amounts of sand used in fracking, creating a windfall for mines from...

 

This is the price that would kill U.S. oil production growth

Further Declines Risk Making Expensive Shale Drilling Unprofitable

CNBC | October 16, 2014
Edited by Patti Domm
It would take a drop in crude prices to about $50 a barrel before U.S. oil production growth would be choked off...

 

Fracking Firms Get Tested by Oil’s Price Drop

Further Declines Risk Making Expensive Shale Drilling Unprofitable

The Wall Street Journal | October 9, 2014
By Russell Gold and Erin Ailworth
Tumbling oil prices are starting to frighten energy companies around the globe, especially drillers in North America, where crude is expensive...

 

ABC News | PITTSBURGH - September 16, 2014
By KEVIN BEGOS Associated Press
The final report from a landmark federal study on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, found no evidence that chemicals or brine water from...

 

Fracking Gives U.S. Energy Boom Plenty of Room to Run

Current Top Gas Well Produces Five Times as Much as Record Setter a Decade Ago

The Wall Street Journal | September 14, 2014
By Russell Gold
Skeptics of the U.S. energy boom say it can't last much longer because it requires drilling an ever-increasing number of wells. But the boom already has lasted longer than anyone would have imagined just a decade ago and has more room to run. That's because oil and natural-gas wells have become more productive—an unrecognized but potent trend that should keep the fuels flowing...

 

Texas Tribune | September 8, 2014
By Jim Malewitz
Those who drive natural gas-powered vehicles around Texas are quickly getting more fueling options. The state now holds 104 natural gas fueling stations, ...

 

Fuel Fix – July 1, 2014
The Houston company due to be the first exporter of U.S. natural gas has lined up buyers for more than half of the supplies...

 

Fuel Fix – July 1, 2014
Texas now is pumping 36 percent of the nation’s oil, more than doubling its production...

 

Washington Post – June, 2014
Benchmark U.S. oil for July delivery was up 37 cents to $104.78 a barrel at 0750 GMT in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange...

 

Bloomberg – May 15, 2014
Dominion Resources plan to export liquefied natural gas cleared a U.S. environmental review, a key step toward final approval as supporters in Congress seek to expedite overseas shipments of the fuel....

 

Fuel Fix – May 14, 2014
HOUSTON – U.S. companies building new natural gas pipelines are finding big demand to carry the fuel to liquefied natural gas terminals and gas-fired power generators in the south, as producers in the Marcellus Shale seek new outlets for huge supplies, according to a report released this week...

 

Wall Street Journal – May 13, 2014
Top Obama administration officials are considering relaxing federal laws banning crude-oil exports, a move that would upend decades-old policy, cause a political stir in Washington and sway the global oil market...

 

Fuel Fix – May 13, 2014
HOUSTON – Geopolitical turbulence in the Middle East would have created a spike in global oil prices if not for the rise of light-crude in the United States and oil sands in Canada, ConocoPhillips CEO Ryan Lance said Tuesday...

 

Dallas Business Journal – May 13, 2014
Texas produced more oil in 2013 than it had in decades and could be poised to surpass those totals again in 2014 as the number of wells drilled has nearly doubled...

 

Wall Street Journal – May 5, 2014
Crude-oil futures were mixed in Asian trading hours Monday as markets assessed developments in Ukraine and Chinese factory data...

 

San Antonio Business Journal – May 2, 2014
Last year, more than half of U.S. oil production came from 20 counties, six of which are located in South Texas’ Eagle Ford Shale, according to recent data from consultancy DrillingInfo...

 

Fuel Fix – May 2, 2014
Five Senate Democrats sent a letter to President Barack Obama on Friday pleading for the government to pick up the pace in vetting proposals to export natural gas...

 

Platts – May 1, 2014
While 10 Bcf/day of proposed US liquefied natural gas projects have government approval to export to non-free trade agreement countries, Bernstein Research analyst Bob Brackett said Thursday he only sees room for 6 to 7 Bcf/d of exports in the next five years...

 

Bloomberg News – April 30, 2014
U.S. energy producers are sticking with oil over natural gas, boosting Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s view that gas at a six-year high may still have room to rally...

 

Victoria Advocate – April 29, 2014
Lavaca County commissioners Monday approved the creation of a reinvestment zone that will bring more jobs to the county...

 

KRISTV.COM – April 28, 2014
The Coastal Bend is hitting the second phase of the Eagle Ford Shale boom. With it, we can expect a continued and significant increase in people and jobs...

 

Bloomberg – February 26, 2014
The path toward U.S. energy independence, made possible by a boom in shale oil, will be much harder than it seems...

 

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