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Top 5 Marcellus Stories of the Week, June 11-17

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Just in case you missed this week’s headlines, here’s a summary of what our Marcellus readers found most engaging this week: Technology is always at the forefront of oil and gas operations. Here’s one way to get around those carbon emissions regulations. What will the future hold? Scientists turn carbon dioxide into harmless stone 2. Those opposed to oil and ...

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Top 5 Eagle Ford Stories of the Week, June 11-17

Transcanada and Spectra Energy are working on pipelines to bring natural gas to Mexico. The pipelines will greatly benefit Texas. Eagle Ford shale to benefit from $3.6B pipeline projects 2. The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. rose by six last week to 414, the second consecutive week the count has increased after a slide that ...

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Top 5 Bakken Stories of the Week, June 11-17

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Doug Burgum’s bid for North Dakota governor came one step closer to reality with his Tuesday win in the primary. The republican candidate stressed policies that stress economic growth and capitalizing on North Dakota’s two most important industries: energy and agriculture. Burgum-Sanford ticket emphasizes energy, economic growth 2 & 3. Two spills in North Dakota this week got lots of ...

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GE O&G and Technip partnering to develop digital LNG solutions

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Two O&G and Tech industry giants, GE Oil & Gas and Technip, have entered into a preliminary agreement for a “joint project to explore area to co-develop digital solutions for the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) industry,” according to a release. “This partnership is a milestone for the oil and gas industry’s digital journey,” said Rod Christie, president and CEO of ...

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Companies can’t afford to sit and wait for repairs, especially in today’s fluctuating O&G market

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Oil’s up.  Oil’s down.  Oil’s up again. With today’s energy market fluctuations, it’s increasingly critical for companies within the industry to get a firm grasp and control of both their CAPEX and OPEX costs.  Much of that starts with hard-working field equipment. And just like a car that can’t go 100,000 miles without service, field equipment like motors and generators ...

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5 Mistakes to avoid when buying a house

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Owning a home is part of the American dream for citizens across the nation. If you live in North Dakota or Minnesota, there are basic rules of thumb to follow to achieve home-buying success. There are also mistakes you should avoid, including these five common missteps: Not Knowing the Difference between Being Prequalified and Preapproved Before you get your heart ...

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Eagle Ford shale to benefit from $3.6B pipeline projects

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Eagle Ford shale producers are benefiting from Mexico’s need for more electricity. Mexico’s state-owned Federal Electricity Commission recently awarded $3.6 billion in pipeline projects to TransCanada, Spectra Energy and others. The projects will transport shale gas from Texas to Mexico to help meet the country’s growing electricity needs. For decades, Mexico’s electric power infrastructure has been hampered by inefficiency and ...

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Burgum-Sanford ticket emphasizes energy, economic growth

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Doug Burgum believes the energy industry is essential to North Dakota’s economic future. Growth of the industry provided well-paying jobs and revitalized many communities in western North Dakota. He was recently endorsed by former North Dakota Gov. Ed Schafer as “the conservative business leader we need.” As a businessman who has spent his life growing businesses, creating jobs and investing ...

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Oil slump brings bargains, buyers to Bakken assets

As the oil price slump continues, investors are hunting for bargains on the hope they will eventually profit from the nation’s second largest oil play, reports the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). According to state data, hundreds of wells have been bought and sold in recent months. Those placing bets on long term profitability in the Bakken range from major O&G ...

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Feel better by doing good

UMH backpack giveaway

Two school-age children, hand-in-hand, head down the sidewalk on the first day of school, their backpacks filled with notebooks, pencils and pointy new crayons. The two first graders, like many elementary students at Countryside Village in Columbia, Tennessee, begin the school year with a backpack full of supplies provided by the community’s Annual Backpack Giveaway. The event is just one ...

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