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Oil & Gas Financial Journal

04/01/2013
Volume 10, Issue 4
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  • On the Cover

    • Deepwater Gulf of Mexico rebounding from Macondo

      On April 20, 2010, the horrific Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Gulf of Mexico brought a halt to most new drilling in the Gulf as the US government imposed a six-month moratorium on drilling activity while trying to sort out the problem and determine how to prevent another such event.

  • Features

    • US natural gas exports to Mexico grow by 24%, reach all-time high

      US natural gas exports to Mexico grew by 24% to 1.69 billion cubic feet per day (bcf/d) in 2012, the highest level since the data collection began in 1973.

    • Testing the Atlantic Mirror theory

      The task of an explorer is difficult and demanding. Shareholders and management, along with the broader market, expect—and, in some cases, mandate—the relentless generation of prospects located in regions of the world that are stable, both politically and fiscally, at entry costs that are relatively insignificant (i.e., limited signature bonuses, limited work commitments, and/or limited promotes).

    • FWS plan could have negative impact on development projects

      In February, the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) published a workplan that is required reading for anyone seeking to undertake project development in the United States in the next five years.

    • Protecting against catastrophic lightning strikes

      Exploration for oil and gas is leaning more on science and automation every day. Rigs are drilling deeper, platforms are stationed farther out into international waters, and sophisticated electronics dominate the machinery that runs it all.

    • What the frac is a man camp?

      Man camps. What exactly are they? This is the same question currently being posed by state, city, and county officials in booming oil towns across the United States and in Canada.

    • New NGL hub for Utica and Marcellus

      The Utica shale formation spans an area from Ohio to Pennsylvania, into New York, across the Canadian border, and into two Great Lakes (Erie and Ontario).

    • Special Report: Mexico

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