Less than half the area on top of and below the Roan Plateau would be opened to natural gas drilling, according to a management plan released Thursday. The remainder would see protections designed to preserve wildlife, views and rare plants.
With the western flank of the Roan Plateau in view, Bureau of Land Management officials unveiled […]
September 8th, 2006 Tags: Bill Owens, Bureau of Land Management, Bush administration, Claire Bastable, Colorado, Colorado Department of Natural Resources, Colorado Mountain Club, Colorado Oil & Gas Association, Congress, creative solutions, Department of Energy, Department of the Interior, Energy, energy industry, federally-owned natural gas, Garfield County, Gas, gas drilling, gas reserves, gas rigs, Jamie Connell, Kathleen Clarke, Kathy Hall, Ken Salazar, natural gas drilling, natural gas lies, Oil and Gas, oil and gas industry, Parachute Creek, Rebecca Watson, Roan Plateau, Russell George, Sally Wisely, state law, Steve Smith, Trapper’s Creek, Washington, Wayne Allard, Wilderness Society
Oil and gas drilling company Lapindo Brantas Inc. said on Friday it has agreed to provide Rp6.8 billion in compensation to relocate 11 plants covered by mud from its leaking gas drilling well in the East Java area of Porong.
The agreement reflected Lapindo`s commitment to compensating the losses suffered by the plants that had to […]
August 19th, 2006 Tags: company`s public relations service, East Java, gas drilling, Lapindo Brantas Inc.
They wonâ€™t be Texas wildcatters, but residents of the Loweâ€™s Farm subdivision could see some cash from gas drilling in east Mansfield. A Houston-based gas exploration company plans to drill wells in a field off East Broad Street and wants to drill one well laterally under the 470-lot neighborhood.
Residents would be entitled to compensation because they […]
August 12th, 2006 Tags: Art Wright, Carrizo Oil, Carrizoâ, Chris Wright, Danny Jones Middle School, East Broad Street, gas drilling, gas exploration, Houston, Kim McCaslin Schlieker, M.R. Development, Mansfield, natural-gas rush, Oil, oil company going door-to-door trying, Texas, Warren McFatter, Woodstone Resources LLC
Halliburton Co., the world’s No. 2 oilfield-services company, likely will report an increase in second-quarter profit after customers spent more on drilling in North America.
The Houston-based company may say profit rose to 49 cents a share, according to the average estimate from 23 analysts in a Thomson Financial survey. That’s 29 percent higher than the […]
July 21st, 2006 Tags: Baker Hughes Inc., Banc of America Securities LLC, Canada, Canada Drilling Halliburton Co., Cleveland, Cris Gaut, David Lesar, Dick Cheney, Energy, gas drilling, gas market, gas prices, government contracting subsidiary, Halliburton, high-pressure pumping services, Houston, Iraq, James Wicklund, Jason Putman, Melissa Norcross, natural gas exploration, New York, North America, Oil and Gas, oil and gas producers, oil equipment, Oil prices, Oil service, oilfield equipment, oilfield services, pressure-pumping equipment, Schlumberger Ltd., Thomson Financial, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, United States, United States Congress, Victory Capital Management
Arkansas State University-Searcy, a technical campus of ASU-Beebe, will hold an Energy Training Council (E.T.C.) Safety Training course on Aug. 12. This course is designed for people interested in working for the Gas Drilling Industry.
The class will be offered from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuition is $100, which includes materials. This is a ten-hour […]
July 21st, 2006 Tags: Arkansas, Arkansas State University, campus of ASU-Beebe, Department of Education, Energy Training Council, Gas, gas drilling, hazard communications, job site, John Myers, John Reed, Larry Bridges, Natural Gas, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, oil industries, personal protective equipment
A mining and gas drilling company announced Tuesday that it has received $117 million in funding to expand its business. Targe Energy, an Aspinwall, Pa.-based surface coal mining, gas drilling and coal reclamation company, received the bulk of the funding from the New York-based Carlyle/Riverstone Global Energy and Power Fund III, L.P.
Targe operates […]
June 21st, 2006 Tags: Aspinwall, Carlyle Group, Carlyle/Riverstone Global Energy, energy industry, energy investments, gas drilling, mining, New York, New York City, Pennsylvania, Power Fund III L.P., Riverstone Holdings LLC, surface coal mining
Oil and gas drilling in national forests should be allowed as industry works with land managers to put environmental safeguards in place, an energy executive said Monday. Bruce Hinchey with the Petroleum Association of Wyoming said he doesn’t agree with U.S. Sen. Craig Thomas’s statement Saturday that national forests should generally be off-limits to new drilling.
June 21st, 2006 Tags: Alison McGuire, Barbara Cubin, Bruce Hinchey, case that future applications, Coy Knobel, Craig Thomas, Dave Freudenthal, Energy, energy development, energy exploration, energy leases, energy production, Forest Service, gas drilling, Mark Preiss, Mike Enzi, mining, oil and gas development, Petroleum Association of Wyoming, United States, Wyoming, Wyoming Outdoor Council