Utica Exclusives

At Closing: The Shale Life Cycle

If we track the life cycle of the shale plays as they unfold, what do they portend for U.S. production and those that rely on the shale markets?

The Pure-Play Risk For Shale Industry

Specialization works—until it doesn’t. Oil and gas specialists would be wise to consider these hidden risks in pursuing the pure-play strategy.

A system looks to optimize value in directional drilling by minimizing deviation from planned wellbore trajectory, minimizing tortuosity and more.

Oil And Gas Investor Ranks Top 50 E&Ps

From the biggest operators with multinational portfolios to basin-specific smaller producers with motivation to grow. Investor showcases the 50 most-valued U.S. independents.

Year Of Consolidation Highlights 2018 Oil And Gas Deal Making

Overall, 2018 was the Year of Consolidation as several E&Ps agreed to merge throughout the U.S., including inside and outside the prolific Permian Basin.

Addressing these issues has become a priority for many operators and service companies as they work to overcome adverse perceptions of their own industry.

Vision 2019: Oil And Gas Headwinds, Tailwinds

Pundits weigh in on whether the stars will align for a successful 2019 and how the oil and gas industry can navigate the headwinds and tailwinds ahead.

Rigs are consolidated at the high end while sand shifts back to quality.

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From severance taxes to future natural gas uses, speakers at the Appalachian Basin GPA Midstream Association conference tackled the tough issues of the region.

Secret Behind Super-Extended Laterals In US Shale

The secret behind those super-extended laterals? It is a holistic approach in which drilling and completion are considered two sides of the same coin.

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The Commonwealth’s leaders want to use the state’s position as a world natural gas giant as a catalyst for significant job and revenue growth.

Utilities Investing Locally In Appalachian Basin

Marcellus and Utica production has resulted in more than $25 billion worth of new gas-fired power plants in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.

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