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The Wyoming Bureau of Land Management is now allowing public comment on Jonah Energy’s next ambitious undertaking, the Normally Pressurized Lance natural gas project. The proposed development could help stimulate the state’s economy with a plethora of new jobs and an infusion of cash. As every new oil and gas project must, however, Jonah Energy’s NPL project is drawing criticism from anti-fracking protestors.

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On Wednesday, August 2, Congress flexed unified legislative muscle for the first time in a long time by implementing a series of fresh sanctions against three countries whose behavior is increasingly worrisome: Iran, North Korea, and Russia.

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On July 31, the Trump administration responded to growing political turmoil in the South American country of Venezuela by initiating a series of sanctions against President Nicolás Maduro. Once a cherished trading partner for the United States, Venezuela is now looking at a period of political and economic strife for the foreseeable future. But what exactly is going on in Venezuela? And what does the chaos mean for the United States oil and gas industry?

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It’s been a tough road for Nigeria as the oil-rich country has struggled to build up its energy industry. In spite of the nation’s ample resources and apparent willingness to commit themselves to oil and gas extraction, a small pocket of corruption has plagued the African nation’s development. Now, after years in the grip of a handful of scam artists, Nigeria is working its way back from the brink, and economic stability might be right

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In the wake of the United States’ decision to drop out of the Paris Climate Accord, several political leaders across the country have taken it upon themselves to form the US Climate Alliance. On Tuesday, July 11, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper became the latest state leader to join the crusade when he proclaimed that Colorado’s state agencies would reduce overall emissions throughout the state. In Colorado, where the state’s oil and gas industry is a

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For several months, the American public has been forced to endure a tidal wave of stories focused on the supposed Russian efforts to influence the 2016 election. While the media has remained eagle-eyed for any minute development in that story, another incident of Russian collusion has gone largely unreported.

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At every turn, new minds are working to find ways to make the process of extracting shale through fracking safer and more efficient. In a world where the only certainty in the oil and gas industry seems to be the increasing demand, companies have been forced to adapt new technologies month after month. This necessity has made the fracking industry one of the more technologically exciting in the world. Here are some of the ways

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Over the last six months, the United States oil and gas industry has seen incredible expansion. In June of 2016, the industry claimed 431 active rigs operating in the US. As of June 30, 2017, that number had leapt to 940 active rigs. Seven hundred and fifty-six of those are pumping oil, and 184 are extracting natural gas. The rise in production represents thousands of new jobs created since July of last year. The last

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Among the myriad ongoing conflicts between anti-fracking protestors and the oil and gas industry, fracking’s supposedly harmful impact on nearby water sources is one of the most controversial. An integral part of the fracking process, water has been at the center of a debate that is still ongoing. Frankly, the continued outrage over fracking and its relationship with water is getting increasingly shaky. New technology, industry pledges, and old-fashioned scientific evidence is proving that when

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As the United States’ oil and gas industry continues to gain momentum, one of the most prominent performers has been Texas and New Mexico’s Permian Basin. Over the last few years, the Permian has come to represent the United States’ growing dominance in energy production. In recent months, however, some unexpected financial choices from some of the nation’s largest hedge funds have begun to make some investors wonder about the future of the Permian Basin.

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