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Oilfields are spinning off thousands of tons of low-level radioactive trash as the U.S. drilling boom leads to a surge in illegal dumping.
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Houston's Stratex will serve as operator and conduct the phase I work program.
- 9:50 am News for April 15, 2014
Logs and cores both show very good porosity.
Davidson will serve as the company's chairman until the 2015 Annual Meeting.
Ron Gajdica is resigning as senior vice president of Acquisitions of EVEP, effective April 30.
The Osaka-based utility plans to spend between 20 billion yen ($196 million) and 30 billion yen to acquire a minority stake in a U.S. shale-gas project by the end of March 2017.
- free News for April 14, 2014
The organization's president referred to a letter signed by a dozen Democratic senators urging the swift approval of the pipeline.
Antero reduced its estimate for how much gas one section of its Utica holdings will yield by 34%, according to a statement.
The divestment and an $1.8 billion sale in March of Wyoming gas properties follows its strategy to forgo gas for liquids growth.
The North Stockyard sale does not include any acreage.
Combined with production from the existing vertical wells, Stream expects 2014 Delvina production of approximately 7 MMcf/d.
News for April 11, 2014
Production is also expected to increase from current volumes to more than 250 thousand barrels of oil equivalent a day (MBOED) by 2017.
Williams has informed the company that it expects to complete repairs and resume normal pipeline operations in approximately three weeks.
EnerJex received $450,000 in cash and will receive an average overriding royalty interest of approximately 2.4% in the acreage, more than 95% of which expires in 2017 and 2018 unless it is first drilled and held by production.