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Shale Play ‘Left for Dead’ Gets Some Love as US Gas Rises

(Bloomberg) Naureen S. Malik, May 16– A natural gas basin that helped kickstart the shale boom a decade ago is getting a new lease on life as the market recovers. Production in the Haynesville reservoir will climb for the seventh straight month in June, reaching the highest since October 2014, government data show. To read … Continue reading “Shale Play ‘Left for Dead’ Gets Some Love as US Gas Rises”

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Treating Key In Developing Shale Plays

Mar. 4, (The American Oil & Gas Reporter). By Stephen Morgan. The development of shale plays has transformed the nation’s energy future, but while applying technologies such as horizontal pad drilling and multistage hydraulic fracturing are of enormous importance in unlocking the hydrocarbons in ultralow-permeability reservoirs, it does not tell the entire story. Neither does … Continue reading “Treating Key In Developing Shale Plays”

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Sour Gas Well Flowing Too Much CO2

HOUSTON Jan. 6, (TransTex, LLC).  All natural gas pipelines specify the amount of sour gas that is allowed in the gas stream.  Based on the required permits, producers will generally choose to treat, rather than flare the entire sour gas stream. Amine gas treating is a cost efficient choice for customers with sour gas. Flow … Continue reading “Sour Gas Well Flowing Too Much CO2”

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Holiday Donations Hold True to Our Values

HOUSTON  Dec. 27, (Eureka Midstream) – Together, Eureka Midstream and TransTex Treating raised  money to donate gifts and food for local nonprofit charities.  The Houston office donated gifts to foster children in association with SEARCH Homeless Services. SEARCH Homeless Services is an interfaith, nonprofit founded in 1989 to respond to the number of people experiencing … Continue reading “Holiday Donations Hold True to Our Values”

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Recent Shale Activity Trends And The Future Outlook

HOUSTON, Jessica Pair, (Stratas Advisors), Dec. 1 – Hart’s E&P – Notable basins throughout the U.S. have remained resilient through the shale industry’s first real downturn, such as the Permian Basin and Marcellus, but there have been drastic declines in other smaller basins such as the Panhandle area and the Rockies. To read more, click here.

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