SCOOP/STACK Play – Oklahoma Citizen Energy Operating, LLC announced that it has entered into a merger agreement with Roan Resources, Inc. in an all-cash transaction valued at $1 billion, including Roan's debt. Roan stockholders will receive $1.52 in cash for each share of Roan common stock in the deal. Roan...
air pollutants
The EPA came out with an online report titled simply “Our Nation’s Air.” It should make all environmentalists smile. It won’t, of course. Too many of the more extreme members of that group today want issues more than they desire real progress. Yet, the data is undeniable; clean air...
AI in Oil & Gas
Hybrid Machine Learning Is the Best Model to Fuel Business Improvement, Revenues Until recently, purely data-driven AI — machine learning, most notably — has been seen as the most attractive enabling new data technology for digitalization across industries, including digital twins deployed by heavy asset industries such as oil and...

Houston Energy Day

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Over 28,000 people visited Energy Day at Sam Houston Park on Saturday, Oct.19. CEEF and Energy Day provided bus grants to 67 Houston-area school groups and students and teachers from 13 Houston-area school districts enjoyed the fun. The organization gave away nearly $23,000 in awards to more than 200...
water recycling
Oil and water may not mix, but in Texas, they are deeply connected to our success in oil and gas production. To maintain our energy production dominance and continue decreasing reliance on foreign imports, Texas must continue to improve how we handle produced water. One answer is to increase the...
Natural Gas Makes the World Go Round
The world’s population, fast approaching the ten billion mark, is a milestone to be reached around 2050, so increasing global agricultural output by mid-century should be a priority if everyone on Earth is to be fed. Strangling the supply of natural gas and ammonia — and consequently the amount of fertilizer produced...
The University of Texas was host to possibly the most ironic and ill-conceived protest in history in late October. As reported by the Daily Texan student newspaper: “The UT Center for Enterprise and Policy Analytics at the McCombs School of Business hosted the lecture in the Cockerell School of...
SHALE Magazine attended the Women Supporting Women event co-hosted by Women’s Energy Network South Texas and Women Empowered, an internal CPS Energy organization. The event featured a chat with Paula Gold-Williams, CEO of CPS Energy and Felecia Etheridge, Chief Customer Engagement Officer of CPS Energy. A panel followed the...
Gift-giving can be rewarding, but it can also be stressful. No one wants to make the faux pa of giving an insensitive, unwanted or lame gift to a friend or loved one. However, trying to find a gift within a budget, sending a positive message, and providing usefulness to...
Texas has the most wind capacity of any state, generating about 16% of its electricity from wind. In August, as temperatures rose to over 100 degrees and consumers increased their use of air conditioning, Texas’ grid operators struggled to meet the record demand for electricity. Many of the wind...
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