Monthly Archives: September 2015

U.S. drilling states, including Colorado, guided on handling quakes

New report describes, among other things, public-relations strategies for dealing with earthquakes related to fracking By Julie Carr Smyth – The Associated Press – September 28, 2015 COLUMBUS, Ohio — A group of U.S. drilling states, seismologists, academics and industry experts … Continue reading

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Interior Department decides fate of greater sage-grouse

Cathy Proctor – Reporter – Denver Business Journal – September 22, 2015 The U.S. Department of the Interior said Tuesday that the greater sage-grouse, the subject of study and lawsuits for years, should not be listed as an endangered species “because of an … Continue reading

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Debt burden of shale drillers puts 400,000 oil barrels a day at risk

Total debt for many oil and gas companies has risen to 40 percent of their enterprise value By Bloomberg News – August 18, 2015 As much as 400,000 barrels a day of oil production is at risk as U.S. shale … Continue reading

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Career advice for the oil and gas bust from DCP, Noble, BP execs

Cathy Proctor – Reporter – Denver Business Journal – September 8, 2015 As oil prices sank to less than $40 per barrel during the last week in August, senior executives from some of the biggest oil and gas companies in the world, with … Continue reading

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