Reader picks: Most popular April OGFJ articles

Below is a list of the most viewed articles on OGFJ.com for the month of April.

As determined by you, our readers, the content below is the most engaging and interesting for the month of August 2012. Each selection features a short summary and a link to the original article. 

  1. The economic bounty of shale oil and gas
    The benefits of increased shale oil and gas production are not just confined to the oil and gas industry. Here, a look at how huge changes taking place in US energy supplies impact the wider economy.
  2. Part 1: Oil and gas company valuation, reserves, and production
    The primary determinants of the value of an oil and gas company are its reserves, level of production, and commodity price at the time of assessment.
  3. Shale gas pipelines growing rapidly around Marcellus
    The abundance of shale gas and the resulting transportation needs have pushed investment in new gas transmission pipelines, and over half of the country’s newest lines are in the Northeast, where producers are looking to ship Marcellus shale gas to market, the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported.
  4. Salary guide: US oil and gas professionals among the world's highest paid
    Oil and gas industry professionals based in the United States are the 6th best rewarded in the world, according to the Oil and Gas Global Salary Guide 2013 produced annually by expert recruiters Hays Oil & Gas and the jobsite, Oil and Gas Job Search.
  5. Marcellus bringing jobs to Pennsylvania
    Recent pipeline and processing infrastructure in the Marcellus area has increased not only natural gas production in Pennsylvania, but the job scene, as well.

 

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