Below are a few articles about oil and gas production in the Utica and Marcellus Shale that were released recently that we think you may find interesting.
1. Recent Deals
2. Range Resources shifts focus to Marcellus
3. Review of changes in 2012 and look forward
1. Utica shale attracting more interest: focus on Gulfport energy
2. BP set to join shale drilling rush in eastern Ohio
3. Halcon Resources’ Bruglar well site is on Hayes-Orangeville Road in Hartford Township:
The joint venture will add significant new capacity to meet producer needs as the Utica acreage is developed: Its services will include gathering, processing, separating out different hydrocarbon products, and transporting and marketing natural gas liquids in what’s called the natural gas industry’s “midstream” business.
By a 60-40 ratio, the majority of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll say New York should allow hydraulic fracturing in the Marcellus Shale.
The state’s Health Department found in an analysis it prepared early last year that the much-debated drilling technology known as hydrofracking could be conducted safely in New York: