From today's energy sepeech by President Obama at Georgetown. I came in on this late, so your thoughts are welcome. Very lukewarm on his endorsement of natural gas. Ignored the promise of shale oil. More attacks on the oil industry... Generally shows a lack of handle on the subject matter.
- Energy Secretary Chu will work with Natural Gas companies to improve the safety of shale gas drilling.
- The potential for natural gas is enormous with broad bi-partisan…Continue
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This is the 3rd part, of a 3 part series of conference calls dealing with Frac Water issues.
Note: New guest added to panel. James W. Pratt, Executive Director of the Sabine River Authority,
Who owns the surface water? It's a simple question with an…Continue
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Happy birthday to the Haynesville! As the play, now the largest natural gas-producing play in the country, celebrates its third anniversary, the debate on hydraulic fracturing continues. What are your thoughts on the argument?
Read this article and let us know!
Recently, GHS announced a partnership with Wright Water Resources. The goal of our partnership is to provide knowledge and opportunities to landowners who seek to turn pond water into income and to connect the…Continue
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As evident by this site, more and more people are turning to social media to find answers, connect with similar people and learn as much as they can. Chesapeake has embraced this, and we've started a Facebook fan page and a Twitter account. Come visit us on our pages, post comments, ask questions or just tell us what's on your mind. I'll be there to answer!
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Williams is the 10th largest natural gas producer in the United States and specializes in developing non-conventional reserves from tight sands, coalbed and shale formations. It's primary production areas are in the Piceance, Powder River, San Juan, Fort Worth…Continue
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We just received royalties from Encana from this well, but cannot find any info about its production.
Anyone with info?
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