The Bakken is back. The D-J Basin is a great place to be, for most. Meanwhile, the Powder river Basin was on the minds of a lot attendees and speakers. The potential of the Rockies’ topics at this year’s DUG Rockies Conference & Exhibition in Denver.
This year’s event saw more attendees than years past as the industry continues to recover. Judging from the optimism of the region’s producers, the Rockies’ unconventional plays stand to grow further as prices rise and U.S. oil and gas exports become a bigger part of the country’s economy.
Weren’t able to make it to Denver? Well, you missed quite a lot. But Jessica Morales was on the scene and has this report on what you missed and what to look forward to in the Rockies unconventional plays for the remainder of the year.
Hart Energy looks at legislative moves across the country and what above-ground challenges oil and gas producers in the Permian Basin might face moving forward.
The industry has learned the lessons of the past and is much better prepared to handle the current frac sand surplus, says a DUG Sand panelist.
SB-181 is law and Occidental Petroleum won the Anadarko battle. The two topics figure to be prominent at today's DUG Rockies conference and exhibition in Denver.