Top 3 Republican candidates have almost all the money in state treasurer’s race

Top 3 Republican candidates have almost all the money in state treasurer’s race

With a dozen days to go before voting begins statewide, the three main Republicans running for state treasurer still are regional candidates who have made little headway in other parts of Louisiana – at least when it comes to raising money. Almost half of the campaign contributions raised through Sept. 4 by former Commissioner of […]

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Two Weeks After Harvey, Cheniere Runs More Gas Than Ever

Two Weeks After Harvey, Cheniere Runs More Gas Than Ever

Two weeks after Hurricane Harvey flooded the U.S. Gulf Coast, brought shipping to a halt and knocked out power to millions, the only company sending U.S. shale gas overseas is back in business.  In fact, Cheniere Energy Inc.’s flagship Sabine Pass terminal in Louisiana is liquefying more natural gas for export than ever. Cheniere fully […]

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GOV. EDWARDS MAKES APPOINTMENTS FROM BOGALUSA AND DENHAM

GOV. EDWARDS MAKES APPOINTMENTS FROM BOGALUSA AND DENHAM

Oilfield Site Restoration Commission The Oilfield Site Restoration Commission serves to: (1) approve and evaluate a priority list for site restoration annually; (2) approve lists of Contractors acceptable to conduct site assessment and site restoration; (3) review administration of site restoration activities and review the adequacy of site restoration assessments and reopen the funding needs […]

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The Oil and Gas Industry: It’s Who We Are, It’s What We Do

The Oil and Gas Industry: It’s Who We Are, It’s What We Do

By: Don Briggs, President of the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association (LOGA) On August 26th, Hurricane Harvey made its way as a Category 4 onto the shores of Southeast Texas, destroying communities and dropping 33 trillion gallons of water. The University of Wisconsin’s Space Science and Engineering Center compared the vast amount of water dropped […]

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Louisiana Leading the Way in LNG Renaissance

Louisiana Leading the Way in LNG Renaissance

The state of Louisiana has become synonymous with the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry. Headlines nationwide talk about the transformation that this industry is having in our local communities, and one could say that our state is in the midst of an LNG renaissance. In a short amount of time, Louisiana’s energy import facilities have […]

A Partnership Worth Keeping

A Partnership Worth Keeping

From the oil platforms in the Gulf of Mexico to the drilling rigs in the Hayensville Shale, the oil and gas industry has played a vital role our culture, economy, and our community. It is well known in Louisiana that if you do business in our great state, you are somehow involved in the oil […]

UK’s oil industry ‘entering final decade of production’

The North Sea oil industry is entering its final decade of production, according to new academic research that rejects Alex Salmond’s claims during the 2014 Scottish independence referendum campaign of an impending second boom. An Edinburgh University study of output from offshore fields estimated that only around 10 per cent of the UK’s original recoverable oil […]

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After Brief Disruption Of Hurricanes, Oil And Gas Industry Seems Set For More Stability

The approach of the final quarter of 2017 seems an opportune time to check on the state of the U.S. oil and gas industry, and its outlook for the remainder of the year. While Hurricanes Harvey and Irma definitely caused significant disruptions in the nation’s oil and gasoline delivery systems, the reality is that those […]

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US Drillers Lower Rigs in Oil & Gas Shale Resources

In its weekly release, Houston-based oilfield services player Baker Hughes, a GE company BHGE, reported a fall in oil and natural gas rig count in the United States. Rigs engaged in the exploration and production of oil and natural gas in the United States totaled 936 in the week ended Sep 15 – lower than […]

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World Health Energy Holdings Inc. Announces MYWHEN B.I.Y Web Builder 130 Billion market launch time  

This post was originally published on this siteNEW YORK, Sept. 19, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — World Health Energy Holdings (OTC PINK:WHEN), a diversified Software, Energy and financial company www.worldhealthenergy.com  www.whentrade.com announced today that it will launch the MYWHEN B.I.Y Build It Yourself web builder mid October 2017. The global Web Building market is estimated at […]

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Gulfport Energy Corporation Provides SCOOP Well Result

This post was originally published on this siteOKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 19, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Gulfport Energy Corporation (NASDAQ:GPOR) (“Gulfport” or the “Company”) today provided an update on recent SCOOP well results. Key highlights include: EJ Craddock 8-28X21H produced at a 24-hour initial peak production rate of 19.7 MMcfe per day, comprised of approximately 55% […]

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CORRECTING and REPLACING — Rex Energy Provides Moraine East Area Operations Update

This post was originally published on this siteSTATE COLLEGE, Pa., Sept. 18, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In a release issued under the same headline earlier today by Rex Energy Corporation (NASDAQ:REXX), please note that in the last sentence of the fourth paragraph, it should read “3.9 MMcf/d” rather than “2.6 MMcf/d” and that in the first chart, first column, […]

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The $10 Trillion Resource North Korea Can’t Tap

North Korea may not have proved petroleum reserves, but it’s estimated that the secluded belligerent nation sits on reserves of more than 200 minerals—including rare earth minerals—worth an estimated up to US$10 trillion. Of course, there are no official reports on how much North Korea’s mineral wealth really is, but according to rough estimates from […]

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The Rundown: Updates on Gov. Edwards’ latest D.C. trip, LSU’s medical pot deal and everything else you need to know in Louisiana politics today

Today in The Rundown: Less than a month to go in the fall elections, including the treasurer’s race; LSU continues response to fraternity pledge’s death; State leaders want to make more info public about K-12 schools; and more. Countdown… Days until the Louisiana treasurer’s election: 25 Days until the runoff in the treasurer’s race, if needed: 60…   […]

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US Gasoline Prices Ease After Harvey, Irma

Average gasoline prices have dropped in 45 of 50 states, with the national average declining nearly five cents a gallon to $2.60 in the first weekly drop since damage from Hurricane Harvey forced refineries to close several weeks ago. Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst for gasoline price information provider GasBuddy, said: Gasoline production has continued […]

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