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What Does BREXIT Mean For the Oil and Gas Industry?

Posted by admin on July 5, 2016

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Category: Industry News
For weeks now, the top story across the globe has been the United Kingdom’s controversial exit from the European Union. The vote, dubbed BREXIT, has rippled across the entire globe as the economy and the geo-political makeup of the world have suddenly shifted. While the dust settles over one of the biggest political firestorms in recent memories, the landmark vote will have short and long term implications for everyone across the globe. The oil and

Natural Gas Industry Aids Colorado Air Toxin Inspection

Posted by admin on June 27, 2016

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After two years and several million dollars, Colorado State University has released the findings of an unprecedented air emissions study conducted at sites throughout Colorado. By all accounts, this potentially industry-rattling study would not have been possible without the assistance of the oil and gas industry itself. On June 14, Garfield County issued a press release announcing the completion of a three-year study entitled, “Characterizing Air Emissions from Natural Gas Drilling and Well Completion Operations

6 Surprising Facts about Fracking

Posted by admin on June 26, 2016

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There’s a lot of misinformation published and discussed in the media about hydraulic fracturing, better known as fracking. However, when you dig into this highly-contested topic, you uncover some fascinating information that combats many of the false allegations levied against the oil and gas industry. Hydraulic Fracturing Began in 1947 Though the process of fracturing shallow wells can be traced back to the 1860s, fracking as we know it today began with the first hydraulic

What Does Colorado’s Natural Gas Surplus Mean For The Industry?

Posted by admin on June 15, 2016

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According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the previous estimates for the amount of gas in the Mancos Shale formation in Colorado’s Piceance Basin were a teensy bit off. How far? About 4,000 percent. A recent report from the organization stated that the deposit may have as many as 66.3 trillion cubic feet of gas, as opposed to a 2003 estimate which put the number at around 1.6 trillion. This new estimate puts Colorado as the

Initiative 63, Colorado’s ‘Right to Healthy Environment’ Petition Allows For Reactive Decisions on Hot Button Issues

Posted by admin on June 9, 2016

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Among the legislative issues facing Coloradans in the voting booth this November is the highly controversial initiative 63, or the “Right to Healthy Environment” Initiative. The petition still needs to clear the nearly 100,000 signatures required to become an official part of this November’s vote, but if it is put on the ballot, it could spell trouble for the oil and gas industry in the state. On paper, initiative 63 seems pretty unobjectionable. After all,