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    1. Expro enters Polish gas market with first well testing contract

      International oilfield services company Expro has been awarded its first well testing contract, including associated services, on a tight gas project in Poland. Energia Zachód a 90% owned subsidiary of Aurelian Oil & Gas plc, has awarded Expro a well testing contract for operations in Poznan, Poland, on the Siekierki Tight Gas project. The contract is worth about US$1.5 million (£936,000). The contract will see Expro provide Energia Zachód with specialist well testing services, sampling and analysis services, equipment and personnel on the Trzek-2 and Trzek-3 wells. Trzek-2 will be the first multi-fractured horizontal well on the Siekierki field, the first well of its kind in Poland. This is a type of well design that will become more apparent in Poland and the rest of Europe as the region sees its unconventional (shale) gas market develop. Due to the nature of the completion techniques used, expertise in solids handling is required to successfully flow back and clean the wells post-fracturing. Expro has drawn upon its shale gas flow back experience in the US to further improve the processes for the Continental European region. Keith Palmer, Europe CIS Region Director, said: “This is a significant first for Expro in providing well testing services to the emerging shale gas markets in Poland, a province we see as having considerable potential for growth. We are delighted to have been awarded this contract with Energia Zachód, which gives us a great platform from which to expand our unconventional gas operations in Poland.” Energia Zachód is a company owned 90% by Aurelian Oil & Gas plc and 10% by Avobone N.V.  Source:  Expro

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      Mon, 14 Feb 2011

    2. IEA: Despite decline in oil prices, natural gas demand outlook revised down

      Lower prices will feed a pickup in global natural gas demand over the next five years, following a marked slowdown in 2013 and 2014, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said June 4 in its 2015 Medium-Term Gas Market Report . Nevertheless, the IEA believes that the growth in demand will fall short ...

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      Thu, 4 Jun 2015

    3. Navigating a fractured future

      Insights into the future of the North American natural gas market

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      Sun, 1 Jan 2012

    4. Shale gas market expected to reach $104.1B by 2020

      According to a new market research report by Allied Market Research titled, "Global Shale Gas Market (Technology, Application and Geography) – Industry Analysis, Trends, Share, Opportunities and Forecast, 2013–2020," the global shale gas market is forecast to reach $104.1 billion by 2020, ...

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      Wed, 3 Sep 2014

    1. Macquarie experts scrutinize industry

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      Wed, 11 Mar 2015

    2. ETRM in today's market environment

      Systems still fall short in prescriptive analytics

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      Thu, 9 Oct 2014

    3. Continuing impact of Dodd-Frank

      Law gives CFTC jurisdiction in both physical and financial markets.

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      Thu, 10 Oct 2013

    4. Business as usual?

      LNG industry is beginning to heat up. Creon Energy: Faster Gas Markets Dr Fares Kilzie, Chairman, Creon Energy Creon Energy, the ..... TMK "an opportunity to enter the world's biggest oil and gas market as a domestic player." Pumpyansky goes on to say that the

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      Wed, 18 Sep 2013

    5. Playing a smart shale gas hand Is the shale gas M&A market ripe for a correction?

      Shale gas has captured the attention of the global E&P industry and policy makers everywhere.

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      Tue, 1 Nov 2011

    6. Will high NGL production volumes negatively impact shale development?

      As a result of higher crude oil prices, oil and gas producers in the US are targeting liquids-rich areas, which in turn, influences production of NGLs. Relatively high prices for NGLs have kept many wet gas wells profitable despite low gas prices. Is there an oversupply of NGLs? Are we facing a ...

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      Tue, 30 Oct 2012

    7. Canada in the race for LNG demand

      With abundant natural gas reserves, a politically stable economy, strong legal and business systems, access to skilled labor and close proximity to Asian markets, Canada may be one of the most attractive places to do business in today's fast-growing and very dynamic liquefied natural gas (LNG) ...

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      Mon, 1 Oct 2012

    8. BRS looks to unlock Po Valley's conventional gas potential

      AN INTERVIEW WITH STEVE MOORE, CEO OF BRS RESOURCES INC.

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      Thu, 1 Dec 2011

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