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Colorado Rig Count Continues Slow Rise From Bottom

As of July 2017, Colorado’s Rig count as tallied by Baker Hughes rose to an average of 37 rigs as it recovers from a multi-year low recorded in May of 2016.  The historical rig count displayed in the chart to … Continue reading

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Press Release: Expandable Liner Hanger Design Sets Mechanically. No High Pressure Required.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May, 2017 Expandable Liner Hanger Design Sets Mechanically. No High Pressure Required. The Woodlands, TX – The unique PowerScrew™ liner hanger from Seminole Services utilizes torsional energy from the top drive to efficiently and safely set a … Continue reading

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Energy Pipeline: Plugging old vertical wells could soon change Colorado’s landscapes

Sharon Dunn – Greeley Tribune – April 15, 2017 Soon, the city of Broomfield’s landscape could substantially change. Once an oil field, now filled with residential development, the area is dotted with storage tanks and well sites. If a plan by Extraction … Continue reading

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Longmont mulls stand against statehouse bill that would compensate drillers for losses

By John Fryer – The Denver Post – February 20, 2017 Rep. Perry Buck’s measure would make governments that impose a moratorium compensate oil, gas companies Longmont’s City Council is to consider taking a formal stand Tuesday night against a … Continue reading

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A drilling rig in a residential Greeley neighborhood? It’s not what you think

Sharon Dunn – The Greeley Tribune – January 13, 2017 Bobbie Burke looked out her front window in west Greeley on Wednesday morning and saw an almost unbelievable sight. A drilling rig — in her neighborhood. Upon closer inspection, the … Continue reading

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Noble Energy slashes budget, drilling rigs in Colorado for 2016

Cathy Proctor – Reporter – Denver Business Journal – February, 23,1016 Noble Energy Inc. on Wednesday said it plans to slash its 2016 capital budget by about 50 percent, to $1.5 billion, following a $2 billion net loss for 2015, or $4.73 per … Continue reading

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Press Release: Oil & Gas Veteran, John Stude, Joins Citadel Advisory Group

Brings Decades of Energy Experience to Team Citadel Advisory Group, LLC, a Colorado based investment banking firm specializing in the energy services and related industries, is pleased to announce the addition of John Stude to their team of transaction experts … Continue reading

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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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