Articles from March, 2015

Drillers have become more efficient since prices fell.
March 31, 2015- Industry News

Oil and gas companies well​-equipped to deal with price downturn

Though many economists and global competitors have touted the recent decline in oil and gas prices as evidence of the impending bust of the great U.S. shale boom, new analysis from research company Wood Mackenzie indicated these predictions are off the mark.

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Cybersecurity is becoming more mainstream and aggressive in the energy sector.
March 26, 2015- Equipment News - Health & Safety News - Industry News - Product Innovations - Product Trends

Cybersecurity concerns growing in the oil and gas industry

The use of real-time analytics and data-sharing has been a growing part of the energy sector for the past few years, with technology playing an even larger role in the day-to-day drilling activities of many exploration companies.

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New rules will force companies to make their fracking chemicals public within 30 days.
March 20, 2015- Equipment News - Health & Safety News - Industry News

New federal fracking rules include updates to chemicals and well-bore integrity

The U.S. Department of Interior released its long-awaited federal rules on fracking March 20, which included revamped security and disclosure measures on public land.

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Gas drilling in North Carolina may begin in a matter of months.
March 16, 2015- Health & Safety News - Industry News

Fracking permits can be issued soon in North Carolina

In North Carolina, the state legislature finally hashed out an agreement on fracking regulations and passed a bill through both chambers of the assembly, with the law going into effect March 17, according to The Associated Press.

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Drillers are getting more out of each rig.
March 9, 2015- Industry News - Product Innovations - Product Trends

Oil and gas trends possibly point toward formula for success

Global oil prices have largely bottomed out in recent weeks, no longer drastically free falling week to week, but still holding steady around the $50 per barrel mark.

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