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Ohio finds probable link between fracking, quakes

Ohio geologists have found a probable connection between fracking and several mild earthquakes in a region that had never experienced a temblor until recently, according to a state report.

April 18, 2014 | BY PARESH DAVE Los Angeles Times (MCT) | Oil & Gas


Crude oil trains revive Philadelphia refineries but deliver new risks

PHILADELPHIA – Just a few years ago, the region's refineries were on life support, hurt by high prices of oil imported from foreign countries. Now, they're humming again with the daily deliveries of domestic crude in mile-long trains.

April 17, 2014 | BY CURTIS TATE McClatchy Washington Bureau (MCT) | Oil & Gas


Rail carries Canadian crude while Keystone pipeline decision simmers

BY CURTIS TATE

March 15, 2014 | | Oil & Gas


Shale gas boom is accelerating manufacturing revival

The obituary for U.S. manufacturing has been written many times. But as Mark Twain famously informed the New York Journal after various newspapers had reported that he was dead or dying, reports of manufacturing's demise have been greatly exaggerated.

March 15, 2014 | | Oil & Gas


Libyan rebels try to cash in on oil sales

CAIRO – Confrontation deepened Sunday between Libya's weak central government and a rebel militia that has launched a brazen bid to sell crude oil and seize the profits for itself.

March 14, 2014 | | Oil & Gas


EPA restricts sulfur in gasoline to help cut auto emissions

WASHINGTON – The Environmental Protection Agency issued final rules Monday to slash the amount of sulfur in gasoline, which would help cut smog-causing pollution from autos and bring the rest of the country's fuel supply in line with California's standards.

March 14, 2014 | | Oil & Gas


Energy Policy for 2014

In 2014, we will decide if America continues to march toward global energy leadership or remains content to play a supporting role in the global energy market. We can erase what for decades has been America's greatest economic vulnerability – our dependence on energy sources from other continents, particularly from less stable and friendly nations – and fundamentally alter the geopolitical landscape for decades to come, all while providing a much needed boost to our economy. But only if we get our energy policy right.

February 16, 2014 | Edward Cross, President Kansas Independent Oil & Gas Association | Oil & Gas


Petroleum inventory report released

The Energy Information Administration released its weekly report on the status of petroleum inventories in the United States today.

February 15, 2014 | | Oil & Gas


A more expensive slice of gasoline ‘pie’ lies ahead

As a thought experiment, consider the 2014 motor fuel market a pizza, divided conveniently into eight slices. If you stretch the metaphor, U.S. consumers have completed the cheapest slice of winter pie since 2010. But GasBuddy predicts that some much more expensive slice of gasoline pricing is imminent, with pump prices likely to jump some 15-40 cents per gallon between now and Easter Sunday.

February 15, 2014 | BY STAFF REPORTS | Oil & Gas


Weather impacting gasoline sales

If you had any doubts, be assured that reasonable people are heeding the warnings of local officials and weather experts and have wisely elected to avoid the snow and ice covered roads. Especially in the eastern half of the country where many states are pounded with anywhere from 10 inches in Alabama to as much as 24 inches of snow, (MD, PA) many schools and business took off Thursday and are closed again today, electing to stay safe at home.

February 14, 2014 | | Oil & Gas


Key Advantages Available to Nation through increased oil and natural gas production

As the American economy continues to struggle for recovery, policymakers and the public need to be aware of the key advantages available to our nation through increased domestic oil and natural gas production.

January 19, 2014 | Edward Cross, President Kansas Independent Oil & Gas Association | Oil & Gas


Bullseye on target for growth

After just three years in business, Bullseye Pipe Supply LLC managers Todd Clark and Cortenay Damm are excited about the growth the company has seen recently thanks to oil exploration in Colorado. Last week, they delivered one of their largest orders yet, a 12 tank battery of 400 barrel tanks headed for northern Colorado, near the Brighton and Greeley area.

January 19, 2014 | Veronica Coons | Oil & Gas


US expected soon to be crowned world’s top oil producer

BY SEAN COCKERHAM

November 17, 2013 | | Oil & Gas


IN OIL FROM DAY ONE

You might say Dean Weis was born into oil. While he wasn't the heir of an oil fortune, he marks his own timeline parallel to when oil really became a fiscal force in Kansas to the present day. The curator at the Kansas Oil and Gas Museum in Great Bend was born in 1929, just as the oil boom hit the Barton County area. By 1930, the county received more than $20 million a year from the oil and gas industry according to some estimates. Weis began working in the industry in his mid-20s, first as an equipment operator ...

November 16, 2013 | Veronica Coons | Oil & Gas


Falling gas prices give a lift to motorists ahead of the holidays

BY SHAN LI

November 16, 2013 | | Oil & Gas


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Afghanistan pushes $10 billion gas pipeline in Taliban heartland

BY ELTAF NAJAFIZADA AND

March 14, 2015 | | Oil & Gas


Crude-oil train wrecks raise questions about safety claims

BY RALPH VARTABEDIAN

March 14, 2015 | | Oil & Gas


Recent drilling permits reported

Below are the intent to drill for oil permits in the area filed with the Kansas Corporation Commission in the past 90 days. The information is listed in this order: File name, permit date, section, township, range, east/west, district number, license and company.

March 13, 2015 | Dale Hogg | Oil & Gas


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