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Independence by the barrel: how petroleum fuels your Fourth

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With nationwide gas prices much lower than last year as we approach the Fourth of July holiday, many more folks will be taking to the highways to celebrate. Camping, family gatherings, vacations and visits to the lake are just some of the ways people will be celebrating the extended weekend, not to mention all those awesome fireworks displays! Julie Hall from AAA reported ...

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Bakken Top Stories June 26 – July 3

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According to Baker Hughes, the U.S. rig count has increased by 10 this week, and oil prices have crept back up to around $50 per barrel. The anxiety associated with the British vote to leave the European Union only lasted a very short while, and things on Wall Street seem to have stabilized momentarily. In addition, U.S. Secretary of Energy ...

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Top 5 Marcellus stories of the week June 27 – July 3

Marcellus Top 5

While the economy settles after Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, oil prices and the economy aren’t the only things on the minds of readers in the Marcellus shale area. News from the coal industry, still an important facet of Appalachian life, engaged readers this week. Plus…scandal! While news regarding fraud charges against Breitling Energy’s CEO, Chris Faulkner, got everyone’s ...

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What the Dallas Fed Quarterly Report means for Eagle Ford shale jobs

On June 29th the latest quarterly report released by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas addressed the capital spending, costs, production levels, employment and overall current business activities of energy companies from Louisiana, New Mexico and Texas. From approximately 200 gas and oil companies surveyed, 42 percent stated that they expect their employment levels to remain consistent with those of ...

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Emerging Company H2O Midstream to focus on water infrastructure

Oklahoma oil, gas regulators order changes after earthquakes

A new player on the midstream oil and gas field, H2O Midstream, LLC has set their sights on reducing costs by improving strategic water management in the oil and gas industry. According to Chief Executive Officer Jim Summers, “We see a tremendous opportunity to help the industry lower costs, increase reliability and improve safety performance while allowing producers to focus ...

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Not Satisfied With Your Safety Performance?

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The Value Proposition Losses are not good for business.  Injuries or property damage cost money and threaten sustainability in a number of ways and often result in bad morale, lost productivity, lost customer opportunities, and higher insurance premiums to name a few. Safety performance is a reflection of a company’s efforts to control loss.  Performance can be measured by a ...

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CHARGE – Energy Branding Conference works to give energy retailers competitive edge

Charge energy branding conference Iceland

The island nation of Iceland offers profoundly beautiful landscapes and unique natural wonders. While Las Vegas may have its neon lights, Iceland has the northern lights. Vast wilderness, colorful cities and vibrant culture attracts visitors from across the world. One of Iceland’s biggest draws is its thermal energy pools and spas. These thermal pools are a source of natural therapy ...

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UMH to host Athlete Signing with Jason Gildon

Jason Gildon, UMH

UMH Properties, Inc. is delighted to announce it will be hosting an autograph signing with Pittsburgh Steelers standout Jason Gildon. An Oklahoma State alumnus, Jason played as a linebacker for the Steelers from 1994 to 2003 and for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2004. In 2000, 2001 and 2002, he was picked three times for the Pro Bowl, and he still ...

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Destination: North Dakota

Bakken tour, CTD

Comprehensive new tour takes travelers off-the-beaten-path throughout the Roughrider State and into oil country Would-be travelers who assume North Dakota is a “drive-through” state may need to think again once tour operator Country Travel DISCOVERIES (CTD) shows them the state’s wonders, including a couple of days in oil country. The Wisconsin-based company specializing in guided tours with a rural emphasis ...

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Natural gas plant explosion causes damage, no injuries [VIDEO]

natural gas explosion

Two explosions in natural gas plant last night in Mississippi were felt as far away as ten miles, according to ABC’s Biloxi affiliate, WLOX. Two explosions and a fire caused significant damage, but no injuries were reported. Steve Alexander of Fox10TV.com interviewed Earl Etheridge, director of the Jackson County Office of Emergency Services, who said, “Two employees were on duty at the ...

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