Luke Geiver

Luke Geiver has successfully led the product launch, brand buildout and editorial operations and efforts for numerous original content platforms, including multiple trade publications. He is also the program director for several event agendas and conferences in Arizona, Texas, Louisiana and North Dakota. He received a bachelor’s degree in English from South Dakota State University and a master’s degree in English/Creative Writing from the University of North Dakota. Geiver is currently Editor of two national print and online publications, North American Shale Magazine and UAS Magazine. 

Latest Posts by Luke Geiver

March 11, 2019

TPG acquiring shale water firm Goodnight Midstream for $930M

TPG Capital will pay $930 million to acquire a majority stake in Goodnight Midstream, a produced water infrastructure company active in the Bakken, Eagle Ford and Permian. READ MORE

March 06, 2019

MGX to recover lithium used in batteries from Marcellus shale water

MGX Minerals Inc. intends to recover lithium from produced water generated across the Marcellus shale play on the eastern U.S. The Canadian-based company has created a system that can separate lithium from brine water. READ MORE

March 05, 2019

Tellurian making progress as global exporter of US shale LNG

Two years into life as a public company, Tellurian is making major strides to becoming a global supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG) sourced from U.S. shale fields. READ MORE

March 05, 2019

Select Energy sees growth in shale water sector

The company believes there is a possibility for growth opportunities in three areas of the services sector: margin enhancement, technological innovation and consolidation. READ MORE

March 04, 2019

Oasis outlines plan to generate cash from Bakken, Delaware

Oasis Petroleum is focusing on generating free cash flow at oil prices in the $50/barrel West Texas Intermediate range. The Williston Basin and Delaware Basin operator will spend less capital this year to do so. READ MORE

February 28, 2019

Whiting reveals impact of Gen 5 frac designs for Bakken

Whiting Petroleum used 2018 to assemble and organize a new executive team and implement and prove-out a new generation of hydraulic fracture design for the Williston Basin. READ MORE

February 26, 2019

Hess midstream bolsters Bakken footprint through $60M acquisition

Hess Midstream Partners is acquiring a neighboring Bakken infrastructure asset for $60 million. Through a deal with Summit Midstream Partners, Hess Midstream will add Summit's Tioga System. READ MORE

February 26, 2019

Citing significant demand, Energy Transfer to expand Bakken DAPL

Energy Transfer LP is now considering expanding the capacity on the Bakken's Dakota Access Pipeline. The company held an open season call in late 2018 to gauge the potential for adding barrels. READ MORE

February 21, 2019

QEP Resources pulls back on Williston sale, looks to larger sale

Vantage Energy Acquisition Corp. will have to wait to enter the Williston Basin. The blank-check company formed for the purpose of effecting a merger, asset acquisition or similar business had to cancel a deal to buy QEP's assets. READ MORE

February 18, 2019

Shale Support signs Mississippi to Eagle Ford frac sand deal

Shale Support will deliver its best-in-class proppant to its Southton Rail Yard facility. Located south of San Antonio, in the heart of the Eagle Ford, Southton Rail Yard was built in 2013 as one of the first Purpose-Built Transload facilities. READ MORE