PennEnergy – January 2011 - IPAA responds to Oil Spill Commission’s final report

IPAA Washington Report – January 20, 2011

Featured articles:

  • Interior Announces New Restructuring Plans as Industry Waits for Offshore Permitting to Resume
  • House Energy and Commerce Committee Democrats Pick Leaders
  • EPA Credibility in Question Following “Emergency Order” against Range Resources
  • Information Available Regarding EPA Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Oil and Natural Gas Facilities

Online proceedings of the 2010 GWPC Annual Forum featuring the Water Energy Sustainability Symposium is now available at

DOE Manual Studies 11 Major CO2 Geologic Storage Formations", News Release, October 5, 2010

E&P Focus - DOE newsletter Summer 2010 - Marcellus Shale and FlowBack Water issues

Study Examines Benefits of Expanding North Dakota Oil Refinery Capacity – A recent press release through Senator Byron Dorgan’s (D-N.D.) office indicates that the results of an oil refinery study shows "real promise" for building a new 34,000 barrel per day diesel and naphtha refinery in North Dakota. The study was conducted by The North Dakota Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives with support by the Corval Group, Purvin and Gertz Inc., and Mustang Engineers and Constructors and was managed through the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL). The final report will be available through NETL within a few weeks. Read the DOE/NETL project summary.

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1031 Energy: Small Producers Tax Exemption - sign up for free newsletter

DOE NETL’s 2009 Accomplishments Report

RPSEA – Small Producer Program

The American Oil & Gas Reporter – “Artificial Lift Technology, Offshore & Subsea, Financial Update” June 2010 Issue

IPAA – “New Natural Gas and Oil Taxes Would Crush America’s Clean Energy and Energy Security” February 2010

NETL – “E&P Focus” Spring 2010 Issue

  • SWC Aids America’s Small Producers (p.1)
  • Project 1: Improved Pump-Off Controls Help to Maximize Production (p.4)

  • Project 2: Brine Contaminated Soil Remediation (p.6)

  • New Online Portal Will Help Small Producers with Pit Siting and Regulatory Compliance (p.9)
  • Identifying Where Kansas Producers Should Try Chemical EOR (p.11)
  • New Hope for Mature Fields—Effective Partnering to Boost Recovery in the Illinois Basin (p.14)
  • Charting the Growth of CO2 EOR in the U.S. (p.18)

RPSEA – “Resource Newsletter” first quarter 2010 Issue - Project Highlight: Development Strategies for Maximizing East Texas Oil Field Production

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