gas prices
The previous week proved interesting with OPEC and other major producers deciding to refrain from increasing output to a higher rate made at an earlier interval. As a result, oil prices have climbed significantly. Natural gas, however, has stolen the spotlight, with gas prices soaring over 300%. With global energy...
natural gas production
With a reach encompassing Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio, the Appalachian Basin has seen significant growth since 2018. Recent monthly production set new record highs with an average of 32.5 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in December 2020 and 31.9 Bcf/d during the first half of the current...
gas natural
Decreasing the size of the carbon footprint prevails as a popular topic among world governments, individual companies, and organization do-good groups. Engineers stationed at Oklahoma University wish to see progress catapulted forward in leaps and bounds. As a result, this group of elite professionals suspects they may have defined...
Sewer Gas Sees Conversion to Hydrogen Fuel
Something smells like progress, and it is a new use for sewer gas. With the ever-growing push to alternate fuels and clean-burning energy, scientists from various locations are pioneering to meet the demands of activists and government. Answering the call, scientists have devised a process to convert nasally offensive...
Oil and Gas
In the continual war against fossil fuels, various tactics have been wagered to cripple the oil and gas industry.  As a result, fossil fuel support entities have targeted Democratic lawmakers in its full-court press to preserve important tax breaks and hinder the popular view on tax savings that opponents...
China: Two Roads Diverged in a Polluted Wood
https://twitter.com/BloombergUK/status/1440314011916988427 I couldn't help noticing this every interesting tweet from Bloomberg News yesterday, because who could have ever guessed that carbon dioxide, that supposed bane of our existence that the climate alarm lobby assures us is going to burn down the world in the next - what is it now...
Biden’s Energy Policy: A Potentially Tragic Consequence of the 2020 Election
As many are aware, Democrats in the congress are this week trying to shove through a massive, $3.5 trillion piece of legislation they're calling a "budget reconciliation" bill. But it has little to do with reconciling any budget, and much to do about setting the country up for generations...
WHO OWNS THE PORE SPACE? By Mark Nibbelink, Co-founder of DrillingInfo (now Enverus) As climate change remediation conversations began to build momentum a couple of years ago, the prospects of carbon capture and sequestration in depleted oil and gas reservoirs began to interest me. As I thought about it, I started thinking...
Entergy
It is a state of affairs that loom all too familiar after the destruction left behind from Hurricane Katrina. Now, two weeks since Hurricane Ida blew in and left parts of South Louisiana utterly devastated, the state’s power grid finds itself at the center of debate and argument. While...
The global coiled tubing market size is expected to reach USD 4.60 billion by 2028 according to a new study by Polaris Market research. The report “Coiled Tubing Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry Analysis Report, By Operation (Pumping, Circulation, Logging); By Location (Onshore, Offshore); By Application; By Region; Segments...
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