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Energizing Life

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                                                                                                                                        August 24th, 2015

NatGas®

Energizing Life

 The Onshore and Offshore Newsletter                                              

                                               

Offshore Learning Center  -  http://www.offshore-mag.com

Offshore magazine has partnered with the University of Houston and launched the Offshore Learning Center to research segments of the offshore industry.

It contains six major collections with 281 videos of a total of 27 hours and 38 minutes, 62 posters, and 19 featured articles. Each collection of videos is focused on a specific technical topic with numerous subtopics that will add insight into current industry trends, state-of-the-art systems, infrastructure, and emerging technologies.

The learning center is designed to add value to students of all academic levels, including high school, college, university, and those who are enrolled in the oil and gas-related graduate programs. If you feel that a student may benefit from this resource, please pass on. Our goal is for the website to be the go-to place for students in need of information.

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In the News


  1. In Some Corners Of The American Oil Patch, $50 A Barrel Really Is The New $100 - Chris Helman looks at some trends from the last few optimistic weeks.
  2. Oil falls as IEA report cannot offset strong dollar - The last few days the price of oil has regressed, though.
  3. Oil, Gas Drillers Said Facing $2 Trillion Funding Gap - Deloitte says a capital crunch is coming for all but the innovative.
  4. Spectra, TransCanada to build $3.6B natural gas pipeline into Mexico - "665 miles of pipelines to carry natural gas from near Corpus Christi to the Mexican port city of Tuxpan, Veracruz."
  5. Pioneer Goes ‘Bold’ as Devon Retreats in Top U.S. Oil Field - Pioneer gets ~28,000 Midland Basin acres; Devon gets some cash to continue exploration in the Delaware Basin and STACK.
  6. Report: Bakken could face worker shortage once recovery starts - "According to Reuters, there were only eight active fracking crews in North Dakota as of May."
  7. Noble, PDC land swap part of growing industry trend - The two companies "operating synergies" and "cost efficiencies" are enhanced by the core Wattenberg swap.
  8. Antero Resources Sees Slow Step Out, 20%-25% Growth on Marcellus Acreage - The president of Antero describes how they plan to approach their newly acquired 55,000 Marcellus acres.
  9. Helis Oil says it will start drilling in St. Tammany on June 29 - "Barham said Helis will spend about $5 million on the exploratory well. If it continues to a second phase, it will spend about $7 million more."
  10. Why Billions in Proven Shale Oil Reserves Suddenly Became Unproven - "This year, 59 U.S. oil and gas companies deleted the equivalent of 9.2 billion barrels, more than 20 percent of their inventories, according to data compiled by Bloomberg."


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