Huntley & Huntley Proposes Another Well Pad in Upper Burrell

Upper Burrell Twp

Huntley & Huntley continues to make Upper Burrell in Westmoreland County, PA a key area of focus. In January we told you about H&H’s plans to add two more well pads in Upper Burrell, numbers 10 and 11 (see Huntley & Huntley Proposes Shale Wells 10 & 11 in Upper Burrell). And now, just a few months later, yet another new H&H well pad is being planned–number 12.
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ODNR Says to Expect ~350 New Utica Wells Per Year Next Few Years

We spotted some interesting comments made by Rick Simmers, chief of Ohio’s Division of Oil and Gas Resources (part of Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources, or ODNR), at the recent Utica Midstream conference in North Canton. Rick recounted the rapid, recent history of Utica drilling in the state, coming from nothing less than a decade ago to now having over 2,500 Utica wells drilled and producing. He also pulled out the crystal ball for a prediction of how many new Utica wells will get drilled both this year and next.
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Texas Eastern’s TEAL Phase II Goes Online – Feeding NEXUS

Last week Enbridge, owners of the Texas Eastern Transmission Company (Tetco) pipeline, filed documents with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission showing that Phase II of its Texas Eastern Appalachian Lease (TEAL) Project began service on April 1st. The TEAL project connects to and feeds Utica Shale gas to the NEXUS pipeline.
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Two Possible Paths for PA’s Energy Future in 25 Years

What will Pennsylvania’s future with respect to energy look like 25 years from now? What role will shale gas play? And how will that role affect the state? A group of 35 people began to study that question in the summer of 2017 and the end result, a new study, has just been released (full copy below). According to the study’s results, there are two distinct paths PA can take, resulting in two very different outcomes.
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Energy Stories of Interest: Tue, Apr 9, 2019

OTHER U.S. REGIONS: Cash Waha, El Paso Permian gas trade in positive territory for first time in two weeks; NATIONAL: KBR enters deal to use Baker Hughes turbines for mid-scale LNG projects; Goldman says for a peek into oil’s future, go back to 1990s; The ‘marginal’ producer driving the oil price rally; The indigenous peoples war against pipelines; INTERNATIONAL: Japan’s JERA secures LNG Canada volumes.
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