Energy Newsletter – June 2017

Domestic Oil And Gas Production

Oil and gas exploration companies no longer have to go door-to-door, or ranch-to-ranch, to negotiate oil and gas leases with individual mineral interest owners.

Restructuring Oil And Gas Partnership Debt? Tax Planning Is Key

Texas Oil Companies Work To Adapt To Falling Oil Prices

Tax partnerships, including MLPs, seeking to restructure debt face peril and possibility during challenging times.

Fed Chairman Says Natural Gas Prices Will Rise 30 Percent

The future of carbon-dioxide enhanced oil recovery looks mixed, with the US unconventional resource boom potentially limiting growth CO2-EOR growth. “The shale (tight) oil revolution is an under-discussed threat to CO2 EOR prospects. The table below shows the 15 largest CO2 EOR producers in North America ranked alongside the 15 largest spenders in the shale… Keep reading →

President Obama Speaks At Southern Site Of The Keystone Oil Pipeline

You may not know this, but the United States is already the largest natural gas producer in the world, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, and is estimated to produce more oil than Russia and Saudi Arabia in 2013. The U.S. greatly reduced its dependence on foreign energy imports in a very short time.… Keep reading →