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

May 21, 2019

New completion designs, breakevens help Bakken break records

A historic, decades-old oilfield in North Dakota is responsible for one of the highest barrel per day initial production rates ever recorded from a well on land in the U.S. The results have big implications for the Bakken and Three Forks shale plays. READ MORE

May 21, 2019

Red Wolf team back in shale after SCOOP/STACK acreage buy

After forming in February, Red Wolf Natural Resources is back in the shale game. Drew Deaton and his team previously worked in developing shale assets in multiple plays including the DJ Basin and Anadarko Basin. READ MORE

May 21, 2019

AI-powered shale software developer gains $15M investment

Artificial intelligence software designed for the energy industry continues to gain investor attention. Tachyus, a production optimization software developer that first gained investor backing in 2014, just earned another $15 million. READ MORE

May 13, 2019

Woods survey shows increased optimism in oil exploration

We canvassed opinion of 258 senior energy leaders and exploration professionals from across the global exploration sector, seeking opinion on a range of issues. READ MORE

May 06, 2019

Crusoe Energy developing flare mitigation tech to power big data

Denver-based Crusoe Energy has found a home in the North American shale industry by converting flared gas to a power source for computer intensive data centers. READ MORE

April 30, 2019

Focus of the Bakken Report

The 2019 Bakken Report, produced by our team at North American Shale magazine, is meant to reveal how the Bakken shale play has changed, or could evolve in the near-term future. READ MORE

April 29, 2019

Hess, Oneok adding natural gas infrastructure in Bakken

A pair of major natural gas handlers in the Bakken have announced expansion plans that could ease some of the takeaway and processing challenges present in the Williston Basin. READ MORE

April 29, 2019

Bakken, Three Forks exempt from taxes from CO2 EOR production

Future carbon dioxide-infused enhanced oil recovery efforts in the Bakken and Three Forks shale plays of the greater Williston Basin will be incentivized by the state of North Dakota. READ MORE

April 23, 2019

Artificial intelligence firm gets second funding round for shale

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is gaining favor across the oil patch. OAG Analytics, an AI-specialist focused on oil and gas, announced this week it has received a second round of strategic funding. READ MORE

April 23, 2019

Apache deferring shale gas production at Alpine due to takeaway

Apache Corp. is deferring natural gas production from its Alpine High play due to low gas prices at WAHA Hub. The reductions will amount to roughly 250 million cubic feet per day of gross production. READ MORE