Showing posts from January, 2016

Utica Shale Permitting Dead Last Week, But Rig Count Increases

Utica Shale Drilling Down by Nearly 90% During 3rd Quarter 2015 Compared to 2014

Senators Propose Bill That Would Have Significant Impact on Ohio Oil and Gas Leases

Chesapeake Energy Suspends Preferred Stock Dividends, But is it Just Delaying the Inevitable?

$10 Oil is a Possibility, According to "Mad Money" Host Jim Cramer

Beck Energy Victory in Oil and Gas Lease Case is Upheld by Ohio Supreme Court

Schlumberger and Halliburton Lay Off 14,000 Workers Combined in 4th Quarter 2015

Raymond James Analysts: 2015 Was "Wasteland of Low Oilfield Cash Flows"; 2016 Could "Be a Whole Lot Worse"

IEA: Warm Winter, Low Demand May Push Oil Prices Lower Yet

Southwestern and Devon Energy Announce Layoffs

Could Canadian Oil Sands Be the Key to Ending Oil Price Freefall?

President Obama Vetoes Attempt to Repeal EPA's Clean Water Rule

API: Oil and Natural Gas Drilling Down by Half in Fourth Quarter 2015

Carroll County Sets 2016 Budget Amid Oil and Gas Uncertainty

Some Indebted Drillers Seen as Opportunities for Fund Managers

Dropping Oil Prices Push Chesapeake Energy to a 15-Year Low

Predictions Vary on Where Oil Prices End Up in 2016

North American Oil Drillers Looking at $102 Billion Cash Shortfall in 2016

One New Permit Issued for Utica Shale Drilling in Ohio Last Week

Shale Industry CEO Harold Hamm Predicts $60 Oil by End of 2016

Federal Government Continues Inching Towards Drilling in Wayne National Forest

01/14/16 Links of the Day: Halliburton Merger with Baker Hughes Fighting for Survival, How Low Will Oil Prices Go, and More

As Crude Prices Drop Lower, Drillers Searching for Relief

Only Three New Utica Shale Permits Issued Last Week

Has OPEC's Strategy to Curtail U.S. Shale Been a "Trillion-Dollar Miscalculation?"

Company Appeals Ongoing Shutdown of Injection Well

Analyst Looks at What Lies Ahead for Chesapeake Energy This Year

Is the EPA Preparing to Backtrack from Conclusion That Fracking Doesn't Pose a Systemic Threat to Groundwater?

Bloomberg: Drillers Can Pump Oil at Low Cost from "Mothballed Wells"

Weatherford's Financial Collapse Could Kill Halliburton-Baker Hughes Merger

As 2015 is Left Behind, Attention Turns to What to Expect in 2016

President of Ohio Oil and Gas Association Posts 2015 Year in Review, Says Increased Severance Tax Not Expected Anytime Soon

ODNR Releases Updated Activity Maps for January 2016

No New Permits Issued in Utica Shale Last Week

Outlook Continues to Appear Bleak for Chesapeake Energy