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"Some projections estimate that North America is on track to reach daily production levels of 10.7 million barrels by 2017-- more than our country has ever produced daily in its history -- and we would become the largest producer of oil in the world," Vincent said.
"This is going to be the biggest land-based oil field in the United States in a relatively short amount of time," David Roberts Jr. says.
Former secretary of defense talks about international affairs at Hart Energy's DUG Eagle Ford conference.
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Laterals and fracing 'will give new life to conventional, old fields.'
The sixth annual Salute to Industry Interns brought together more than 200 interns from Houston's oil and gas companies to network and learn from professionals and their peers in the industry.
Stein's economic outlook is optimistic, but he cited many problems to be confronted, such as high government debt, the trade deficit and the worsening quality of the public educational system.
This Philadelphia businessman parlayed drilling partnerships, midstream assets and Marcellus acreage into a sale to Chevron—and he’s not done yet.
Eagle Rock grew its proved reserves by around three times to just under 400 billion cubic feet of gas equivalent through the acquisition of Crow Creek Energy II LLC, and moved from a 30% gas weighting to a 64% gas weighting.
Taking a macroeconomic approach, energy investor Dan Rice oversees a $1.1-billion fund with stakes in more than seven dozen energy-related businesses.
The pioneer of the world's shale plays discusses the future of energy development in this exclusive interview with Hart Energy, celebrating the 30th anniversary of his Barnett play opener.
Dr. Michael Economides discussed energy geopolitics during his Expert Editorial presentation at Winter NAPE 2011.