The Shale Play Today - August 2014

In This Issue:

- A Look Ahead - What's Next for 2014:

With 125 days left in 2014, we find ourselves looking at What's Next for the oil & gas industry in the Marcellus and Utica Shale Plays. It has been an eventful year and with just four months until 2015, we look forward and identify key conferences, symposiums and issues that are top of mind.

- Pa. Commonwealth Act 13 Ruling:

On July 17, 2014, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania ruled on the issues regarding Act 13 that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court had remanded to it in the Supreme Court's December 2013 decision.

- Nearly 95 Percent of Pa. Shale Producers Participated in the MSC Annual Workforce Survey:

The Marcellus Shale Coalition recently released its annual workforce survey results based on 2013 data. Is the industry growing, stagnant or declining?

- Utica Shale Starting to Look A Lot Like The Eagle Ford:

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the first 20 months of production in the Utica Shale is very close to the highly producing Eagle Ford Shale. How much natural gas is produced per day?

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Topics:  DOE, Energy Policy, Marcellus Shale, Natural Gas, Oil & Gas, Rulemaking Process, Utica Shale

Published In: Constitutional Law Updates, Energy & Utilities Updates

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