Infrastructure & Construction

March 19, 2018

Holt: Russia sows discord, discontent in American society

BY Staff What are the Russians hoping to achieve by using social media to disrupt U.S. energy markets and policies? David Holt, president of the Consumer Energy Alliance, provides North American Shale with his perspective on a recent House committee report. READ MORE

March 16, 2018

Oil and gas customer satisfaction leads to increased sales

BY Staff For oil and gas businesses that want to increase sales during times of higher oil prices, improving customer satisfaction could be the key. The 2017 Energy Benchmark Study found that looking beyond technical solutions can be profitable. READ MORE

March 16, 2018

Hourglass plans first Colorado frack sand operation

BY Luke GeiverHallador Energy Co. is turning its coal mining expertise towards the frack sand industry. The Denver-based coal mining company that operates in Indiana and was formerly an E&P, is looking to turn $4 million into an in-basin frack sand operation. READ MORE

March 16, 2018

New Chevron Phillips Chemical ethane cracker begins operation

BY Patrick C. Miller Chevron Phillips Chemical has begun operating what it bills as one of the largest, most efficient ethane crackers in the world along the Texas Gulf Coast. Company CEO Mark Lashier says the U.S. shale revolution created the need for the facility. READ MORE

March 12, 2018

EPA issues year-in-review report for Pruitt’s first year

BY Luke GeiverThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released a report detailing the first year under current Administrator Scott Pruitt. The 37-page document outlines the current EPA's agenda and accomplishments. READ MORE

March 12, 2018

Dallas Federal Reserve establishes Energy Advisory Council

BY Dallas Federal Reserve The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas has formed an Energy Advisory Council to provide guidance on emerging trends and issues affecting the energy industry. Industry executives from Texas, New Mexico and Louisiana will serve on the council. READ MORE

March 12, 2018

Russians are attempting to influence U.S. energy policy, markets

BY Patrick C. Miller The Russian government is using social media in an attempt to influence U.S. energy policy and disrupt the production of shale oil and gas from fracking, according to a report from the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space and Technology. READ MORE

March 06, 2018

New electrical system powers Parsley Energy's Delaware assets

BY Patrick C. Miller A 10-year agreement between Priority Power Management and Parsley Energy has resulted in an electrical system to power oil and gas operations in the Delaware Basin. The system includes a substation and 33 miles of transmission lines. READ MORE

March 05, 2018

New Permian crude refiner to sell diesel back to drillers

BY Luke GeiverThe developer of a Permian Basin-based refinery is going full-circle with its shale-oil produced crude. Through a deal with Pilot Thomas Logistics, MMEX Resources will provide the diesel back to drilling rig operations in the region. READ MORE