Thursday , 26 April 2018


Shale Gas 101 | GCEP Symposium 2011

Mark Zoback discusses Shale Gas and how it fits into the energy industry while examining it in terms of sustainability and environmental effects. He is the Benjamin M. Page Professor of Geophysics at Stanford University and co-director of the Stanford Rock Physics and Borehole Geophysics industrial consortium. Read More »

Marcellus Shale gas production hits new high

Federal energy experts say Marcellus Shale natural gas production has hit an all-time high. The U.S. Energy Information Administration says that production from Pennsylvania and West Virginia totaled about 15 billion cubic feet per day in July. That’s more than seven times the 2010 production. “This record is the result of increasing crude oil production from the Williston Basin’s Bakken ... Read More »

Lewis Energy optimistic on unconventional drilling in Mexico

The enormous potential for shale oil and shale gas in Mexico will attract significant private investment, in spite of elevated costs compared to other areas for exploration and production, said Carlos Garcia, International Business Development Manager for Lewis Energy. Lewis Energy is one of the largest producers in the Eagle Ford formation located in the south of Texas and maintains ... Read More »

Shale revolution offering multiple possibilities

One of the recent developments in industry, shale production and distribution created the reliable assumptions of a revolution today. Shale revolution, as it’s commonly named, was positively influenced by the combined effects of horizontal drilling, as well as hydraulic fracturing. Generally, the hydraulic fracturing is the image mentioned by people interested in shale production, being improperly associated with the entire ... Read More »

Texas presume de tener los 2 yacimientos más activos de Shale

El número de equipos de exploración para aceite y gas Shale en el sur de Texas, específicamente en la cuenca de Eagle Ford, se han incrementado a 218, según el reporte semanal de Baker Hughes, el gigante de servicios en yacimientos petrolíferos, ubicado en Houston. Texas –el estado con más equipos de perforación en activo- genero 2 más durante esta ... Read More »

Pipeline construction map Mexico – CFE & Pemex

The Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) recently announced the construction of five new gas pipelines in Northern Mexico. These pipelines require a total estimataed investment of $2.5 billion dollars. Concessions were announced for private sector participation and investment. CFE’s objective is to be a competitive and integrated energy company. The first of the five pipelines is expected to run for 158 miles ... Read More »