All things pertaining to the leasing, drilling and production of shale gas and oil.
Maryland’s two-year ban on hydraulic fracturing was always a mistake but the Environmental Protection Agency’s new report on the safety of the technique leaves little doubt.
EPA’s multi-year study, drawing from 950 sources of information, confirmed that fracking is being done safely and poses just a minor risk to groundwater. While some have sowed seeds of fear about fracking, and succeeded in some cases, it’s time to let facts and science direct Maryland’s energy future.
Posted by Jim McDonnell on August 15, 2015 at 8:00am
There's been plenty of traders calling for a bottom in most commodities this week....but not so fast. So there is no better time to have our trading partner…Continue
Posted by Ray @ The Crude Oil Trader on August 2, 2015 at 8:10am
by G. Allen Brooks
Last Tuesday, we attended two interesting meetings in Houston at which the role of private equity in the energy sector was highlighted. It was evident after listening to the five private equity investors who presented at these meetings that each sees continued opportunities to deploy capital in the energy business, but they all acknowledge that the industry’s outlook has changed materially over the past nine months and that the industry is not likely to return to…Continue
Posted by Keith Mauck, Publisher on April 21, 2015 at 8:20am