North Dakota’s Latest Fracking Problem

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The North Dakota Industrial Commission on Tuesday is expected to release plans to limit flaring at existing wells. Shown, excess natural gas is burned off at a Bakken Shale site. Minneapolis Star Tribune/Zuma Press WATFORD CITY, N.D.—For cattle rancher Vawnita Best, the struggle by North Dakota regulators to keep up with the oil boom strikes close to home: […]

Oil Flat Despite US, China Factory Strength

Posted in: Bakken Labor Staffing News, Bakken Oilfield Financing News, Corpus Christi Financing News, Eagle Ford Shale News, Eagle Ford Shale Staffing Fianncing News, Factoring Companies, fracking, Invoice factoring, Labor News, Oilfield Business Financing, Oilfield News, Permian Basin Financing News, Staffing Factoring, Staffing Financing News- Jul 01, 2014 No Comments

The price of oil held steady Tuesday despite signs that manufacturing activity grew in the U.S. and China, the world’s two biggest oil consumers. Benchmark U.S. crude for August delivery fell 3 cents to close at $105.34 a barrel in New York. It is the fourth day in a row of declines and the sixth […]

German beermakers look like winning their battle to stop fracking

Posted in: frac, fracking, Oilfield Business Financing- Jun 17, 2014 No Comments

ExxonMobil test drilling makes brewers fear for their livelihoods, but others see fracking as alternative to coal and nuclear energy “Germany is a beer nation: if their beer has no flavour, people will mount the barricades,” says Friederike Borchert. At her family’s brewery in Lünne, Lower Saxony, about 800,000 litres of beer are produced a year: […]

100 Billion Clues That Small Business Lending Has Turned A Corner

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If you pay any attention to the industry press, it sure looks that way. The recent commitment by Wells Fargo Bank to lend $100 billion (and yes, that’s with a ‘B’) to small businesses in the United States by 2018 is a bold move for one of the biggest traditional lenders. It would appear that there are […]

Tammany residents turn out once again to oppose fracking well

Posted in: frac, fracking, Oilfield Business Financing, Oilfield News- May 13, 2014 No Comments

HELIS FAILS TO ATTEND COMMUNITY MEETING For the fourth time in a month, St. Tammany Parish residents packed a public meeting Monday night to express their opposition to a proposed oil well near Lakeshore High School. As at the previous meetings, many residents came carrying signs and wearing shirts stating their feelings about the subject. […]

Bill would ban treating waste from fracking

Posted in: frac, fracking, Labor News- May 13, 2014 No Comments

The state Senate overwhelmingly passed a bill Monday designed to ban the treatment and disposal of waste generated by hydraulic fracturing – a bill very similar to one that Governor Christie had vetoed in 2012. Environmentalists say this time the politics around fracking has changed and they are hopeful they would have enough votes to […]

WATCH: Anti-Fracking Protesters Interrupt Pennsylvania Democratic Governor’s Debate at Drexel

Posted in: frac, fracking, Labor News, Oilfield Business Financing, Oilfield News- May 13, 2014 No Comments

About halfway into last night’s Pennsylvania Democratic gubernatorial primary debate at Drexel University, a protester jumped on stage to criticize the four candidates — Rob McCord, Kathleen McGinty, Allyson Schwartz, and Tom Wolf — for failing to support a moratorium on fracking, the controversial mining technique.   The protester was Liz Arnold, who has been working with Pennsylvania Voters Against […]

Report: Air Quality to Worsen in Eagle Ford Shale

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What might the oil- and gas-rich Eagle Ford Shale region of South Texas look like in 2018? A newly released but largely unnoticed study commissioned by the state of Texas makes some striking projections: * The number of wells drilled in the 20,000-square-mile region could quadruple, from about 8,000 today to 32,000. * Oil production […]

Oil production up slightly, possible bumps ahead

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North Dakota oil production saw an increase of approximately 16,000 barrels per day during the month of February fueled by improving weather conditions. Preliminary oil production figures released by the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources put February production at 951,340 barrels per day. This was up from the final January figure of 935,126 barrels […]

Coast Guard aims to reopen channel after Texas oil spill

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GALVESTON, Texas —— As workers in bright yellow suits picked quarter-sized “tar balls” out of the sand along Galveston Bay on Monday, strong incoming tides kept washing more ashore. Elsewhere, crews lined up miles of oil booms to keep oil away from the shoreline and bird habitats, two days after a collision in the Houston […]