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ICYMI: New Research Shows “Major Overestimation” of Methane Emissions From Oil and Natural Gas Production

May 21, 2019 AUSTIN-A newly-released analysis found a “major overestimation” of methane emissions from oil and natural gas operations in the United States. Since 2006, natural gas production in the United States has increased 46% and the number of producing gas wells has more than doubled in Texas. Meanwhile, the latest data shows that methane emissions associated with oil and natural gas production displayed only “modest increases” during the same

Texas Senate Advances Critical Infrastructure Protection Bill

May 20, 2019 AUSTIN-Today the Texas Senate passed HB 3557, the Critical Infrastructure Protection Act, moving this important legislation one step closer to becoming law. The bill, authored by State Representative Chris Paddie and sponsored in the Senate by Senator Brian Birdwell, strengthens protections of Texas’ critical infrastructure facilities from those who trespass with the intent to damage or interrupt operations, while maintaining current laws and statutes that allow for

TXOGA Statement on Deal Regarding Steel Tariffs

May 20, 2019 AUSTIN-The following can be attributed to Todd Staples, president of the Texas Oil and Gas Association: “This agreement is welcome news for the Texas oil and natural gas industry, whose phenomenal growth is generating billions of dollars in state revenues to fund our schools, roads and first responders and helping to achieve a cleaner, stronger energy future for our country. Texas is producing unprecedented amounts of oil

Breaking down conventional barriers with managed pressure drilling

January 24th-25th, 2018 The Distinguished lecturer Patrick Brand (USA) visited Russia from 24th to 25th January, 2018. Patrick Brand is a founding partner of Blade Energy Partners and a former drilling technology adviser at Mobil. https://www.facebook.com/mystudyinrussia/videos/1816454688388592/ Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 12 PM – 1:30 PM UTC+03 SPE DL Technical Presentation JAN 24 Public · Hosted by Ukhta State Technical University Topic: Breaking down conventional barriers with managed pressure drilling

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 2019

6-7 May 2019 – NRG Park, Houston, Texas, USA Blade Energy is an independent consulting company that focuses on overcoming the challenges of complex projects in the energy industry. Their team of engineers and scientists provide leading-edge expertise to solve subsurface, drilling, completion, production and materials challenges. Blade Technology a fully owned subsidiary of Blade Energy was created to deliver advanced software solutions. For more info click here. Blade Technology

Deep Water Technical Symposium

28 Aug 2018 BladeEnergy and StrinGnosis are here exhibiting at the 22nd Annual Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Technical Symposium. 2018 Exhibitors: http://www.deepwaternola.org/2018-exhibitors/ The post Deep Water Technical Symposium appeared first on Blade Energy Partners. Blade Energy Partners News

SPE Announces 2018 Technical Editor Awards

01 December 2018 Every year, SPE recognizes members who have made an exceptional effort to ensure the technical excellence of the society’s peer-reviewed journals. For their contributions, the following individuals are recipients of the 2018 Outstanding Technical Editor Award. https://www.spe.org/en/jpt/jpt-briefs-detail-page/?art=3774 Recognized by SPE Drilling & Completion: is Udaya B. Sathuvalli, Blade Energy Partners SPE Drilling & Completion Glen Benge, Benge Consulting Axel-Pierre Bois, CurtisTec John Cook, Schlumberger Cambridge Research David

Samson Resources II, LLC Announces Strong IP 30-day Rates from Four Vertical Well Fort Union Pad in the Green River Basin and Launch of Data Room for the Sale of its Green River Basin Assets

Tulsa, Oklahoma, May 15, 2019 – Samson Resources II, LLC (“Samson” or the “Company”) announced today that the Company recently brought on a four vertical well pad (“Man Camp”) producing from the Fort Union formation in the Green River Basin located in Sweetwater County, Wyoming with average initial 30-day production rates (“IP 30”) as follows:  Well Name IP 30 FTUN 1495-S17-02V 1,353 boe /day, 55% liquids FTUN 1495-S17-03V 1,298 boe

Bill to Strengthen Protections of Critical Infrastructure Facilities Passes House

May 7, 2019   The Texas Oil and Gas Association (TXOGA) applauds the Texas House of Representatives for its passage of HB 3557, the Critical Infrastructure Protection Act, which strengthens protections of our state’s critical infrastructure facilities while maintaining current laws and statutes that allow for free speech and the right to protest.   “HB 3557 strengthens protections for private property owners and businesses while preserving the right to legally

Samson Resources II, LLC Announces Marketing of its Assets in Johnson County, Wyoming

Tulsa, Oklahoma, May 1, 2019 – Samson Resources II, LLC (“Samson” or the “Company”) announced today that the Board of Directors of the Company has approved the marketing of the Company’s Johnson County, Wyoming assets through EnergyNet, as part of its previously announced strategic alternatives review. Samson owns approximately 47,000 net acres in Johnson County with a 75% working interest in the leasehold. Joseph A. Mills, President and CEO of