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WPX Energy On Eliminating Trucking & Recycling Nearly 100% of Produced Water In The Rockies

 Tyler Bittner Engineering Manager, WPX Energy “What we see is the technology is changing rapidly. We want to stay at the forefront of that.” Are regulatory updates across the Rockies states encouraging or hindering reusing produced water for fracking? For us, in the Piceance basin, I’m going to say encouraging. The state is really supportive

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NETL developing working lab to improve shale drilling

By Anya Litvak It’s not easy to convince an oil and gas operator to experiment with a $30 million well pad, to put a different kind of sand into a well that has been responding just fine to the status quo or to try fracking it with liquefied natural gas instead of the cheap, available

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Seasoned And Independent Views On The Importance Of Reusing Produced Water

Bob Poole, Public & Government Affairs Manager - Santa Maria Energy  and  Philip Winner, President & CEO- Outrider Energy “Reusing water is environmentally friendly and if you can do it in a cost competitive way, that’s really just win-win.” What is the importance of reusing produced water, and how can operators go about doing that? The importance is that

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Argentina Is On The Verge Of A Huge Boom In Shale Oil Fracking

Steffano Pozzebon Argentina could be the forefront of the next shale oil revolution, according to a report Morgan Stanley published today. Of all the areas analyzed, the Latin American country displays the most favourable conditions, and the lowest investment costs (graphic above). La pampa could become the next big thing in shale oil, mainly for three

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West Virginia company finds paths for Marcellus pipeline projects

By Madasyn Czebiniak No mountain, valley or stream has ever stumped Energy Surveys, said the Clarksburg, W.Va.-based company that routes pipelines carrying oil and gas. Roads, on the other hand, can be a little trickier. “Roads a lot of times just can’t be avoided, because you’re going to have to cross one at one point

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