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Are the Cards STACKed Against Oklahoma in 2019?

July 11, 2019 |
Oklahoma’s shale play trajectories have changed course in recent months as rig counts dropped in the Sooner State. Despite operator enthusiasm for strong basin potential, high breakeven hurdles and unsupportive commodity pricing continue to threaten the viability of Oklahoma’s...
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ACP on the Trail to the Supreme Court

March 7, 2019 |
Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) and Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) both intended to enter service in late 2018.  However, regulatory delays pushed MVP’s scheduled in service date to late 2019. Additionally, ACP projects to enter service in early 2021. ACP’s...
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DJ Basin Challenges Impacting Drilling Decisions

February 8, 2019 |
The DJ Basin continues to face both regulatory and midstream challenges. In November, Colorado voters rejected a ballot initiative to increase well setbacks. Now, a lawsuit arguing Colorado’s forced pooling statute is unconstitutional further mires the outlook for development in...
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LNG, Basis, Bottlenecks. Welcome to 2019

January 24, 2019 |
With Train 2 of Cheniere’s Corpus Christi LNG facility in the midst of commissioning and deliveries to the facility expected to ramp shortly, LNG exports are further cemented as a core of the US’ natural gas demand mix. Going...
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