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  • North Dakota Bakken flaring hits new high

    Amount of gas flared in state increases by 155 MMcfd from May to June

    Weekly  upstreamonline.com 22 Aug 22:00 GMT Caroline Evans

    Texas permitting activity drops in July

    Permitting activity for oil and gas drilling and completions in Texas dropped noticeably in July as operators in the US state strive to prioritise living within cash flow over growth. The state's oil and gas regulator, the Texas Railroad Commission, issued a total of 912 original drilling permits, a 21% drop over 1153 in the same period one year ago. The July 2019 total included 836 permits to

    Weekly  upstreamonline.com 22 Aug 22:00 GMT ....

    Cuadrilla resumes fracking

    Shale gas explorer Cuadrilla Resources has resumed hydraulic fracturing operations at its flagship site in northern England as the UK government gave its backing for the controversial technique, writes Anamaria Deduleasa. Cuadrilla resumed fracking in Lancashire, at its Preston New Road site, after securing all the required permits and permissions to fracture up to 45 stages on its second horizo

    Weekly  upstreamonline.com 22 Aug 22:00 GMT ....

    Macri in the last chance saloon

    Argentina's president responds to a primary election hammering by freezing fuel prices, boosting benefits and cutting taxes

    Weekly  upstreamonline.com 22 Aug 22:00 GMT Gareth Chetwynd

    Crestone Peak Resources set for Colorado drilling plan all-clear

    Private US operator Crestone Peak Resources is expecting a permitting approval from Colorado oil and gas officials by next month on a drilling programme that has seen some pushback from local residents amid a new regulatory environment sparked by the passing of Senate Bill 181, writes Julia Martinez. The Denver-Julesburg producer early last year submitted for local approval the Acme drilling plan

    Weekly  upstreamonline.com 22 Aug 22:00 GMT ....

    Sinopec looks to sell share of Montney

    China's Sinopec has placed a portion of its Montney shale assets in Alberta on the market, a little over a month after it announced it was seeking buyers for some of its Duvernay properties in the western Canadian province. According to marketing materials, Sinpopec is looking to sell its 89% working interest in 55,200 acres of Crown Montney rights in the Wapiti area of Alberta. In addition, Si

    Weekly  upstreamonline.com 22 Aug 22:00 GMT ....

    Number of US E&P operators making bankruptcy filings seen as on the rise

    The number of exploration and production companies filing for bankruptcy protection in the US has gone up in 2019 amid a prolonged low commodity price environment, according to a recent report from law firm Haynes & Boone. A total of 26 companies have made bankruptcy filings so far this year, with 20 of those filing since May, according to the report. By comparison, just 28 companies filed in all

    Weekly  upstreamonline.com 22 Aug 22:00 GMT ....

    Larger seismic event reported at Cuadrilla site

    Shale gas explorer says tremor ‘too small’ for impact, but residents says ‘loud rumble & tremble’ felt

    Online  upstreamonline.com 22 Aug 09:58 GMT Anamaria Deduleasa

    Origin gets nod for Beetaloo shale well

    Approval is only the second to be granted since lifting of fracking moratorium

    Online  upstreamonline.com 22 Aug 07:06 GMT Josh Lewis

    Alta Mesa gets new delisting warning

    Embattled shale player must submit new plan to regain compliance

    Online  upstreamonline.com 21 Aug 21:24 GMT Caroline Evans