2014 May-June Technology 

Using ERP Solutions for Agility and Profitability

The oil and gas field services industry, like the broader energy industry it serves, faces a time of dramatic challenge and change. Technological innovation, supply-and-demand, demographic shifts, environmental pressures, geopolitical relationships, social influences and the emergence of new competitors are transforming and reshaping the industry. Oil and gas field services face regulatory, financial and scientific challenges far more complex than… Read More
U.S. CO2 Emissions at Lowest Level in 20 Years, Thanks to Fracking 2014 May-June Contributors Joseph P. DeWoody Louisiana Oklahoma Texas 

Mainstream vs Midstream – Hydraulic Fracturing

With your help, we’ve set the record straight on all the media’s misleading reporting. Noise from the Mainstream… From NBCNews.com— Fracking wastewater contaminated — and likely radioactive Contaminated waters The concentrations of radium Vengosh and his team detected are higher than those found in some radioactive waste dumps, and exceed the minimum threshold the federal government uses to qualify a… Read More
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Activism and Deception Underlie Weather Channel’s Eagle Ford Shale Report 2014 May-June Interviews Texas 

Activism and Deception Underlie Weather Channel’s Eagle Ford Shale Report

A new investigative report by InsideClimate News and the Center for Public Integrity – promoted and produced by the Weather Channel – concludes that shale development in south Texas is “releasing a toxic soup of chemicals into the air,” which the researchers describe as “a bust for local residents who fear for their health.” But shaky research underlying the report… Read More
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oil and gas news 2014 May-June Oklahoma 

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, Met with Pres. Obama in Support of the Keystone XL Pipeline

A leading Republican governor claimed Monday that President Obama will make a decision on the Keystone XL oil pipeline within “a couple of months,” but the White House refused to confirm the story and added even more uncertainty to the already murky future of the $7 billion project. Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, who is chairman of the National Governors Association,… Read More
Oklahoma Universities Offer Energy Education Programs 2014 May-June Oklahoma 

Oklahoma Universities Offer Energy Education Programs

The growing oil and natural gas industry has spawned a unique challenge, and the state’s universities have created programs to address the need. Oklahoma City University’s Meinders School of Business about two years ago began its Master of Business Administration in Energy program. In January, the University of Oklahoma’s Price College of Business began its first Master of Business Administration… Read More

New Oil-Gas Certificate Prepares UTSA Students To Enter Booming Industry 2014 May-June Oklahoma 

Oklahoma’s Not Alone in Finding Fracking Not Linked to Earthquakes

The Texas Railroad Commission apparently isn’t shaken up by Ohio regulators’ decision to limit hydraulic fracturing after finding the process may have touched off minor earthquakes in the Buckeye State. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources last week announced it’s tightening permit rules on fracking in direct response to tremors in Mahoning County, citing “a probable connection” to fracking near… Read More
Higher U.S. Oil Drilling Has An Unexpected Effect 2014 May-June Texas 

Wildcatters Rush Spindletop in Return to East Texas Oil

From the storied King Ranch near the Mexican border to the 1901 Spindletop well in East Texas– the most famous gusher of all time–oil companies are returning to their old stomping grounds in search of the next big find. All over East Texas, producers such as Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (APC) and EOG Resources Inc. are flocking back to areas that… Read More
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