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Dr. Daniel Fine: Oil Speculation and Natural Gas/LNG in New England and Russia

American oil production is poised to reach upward to 11 million barrels of oil per day if the price of West Texas Crude reaches $75 a barrel.   Saudi Arabia or Saudi Aramco believes it will, and commodity speculators are following. It is similar to 2008 in June when Goldman Sachs forecast $250 per ...

Will Fine


Posted 19 days agoOpinion > Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaSaudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia Oil +34

Shale Support Increases Drying Process Capabilities

March 27, 2018 (HOUSTON) – Shale Support Holdings, LLC , a leading provider of frac-sands and logistical solutions to the oil and gas proppant market, today announced a second dryer is now online in Picayune, Mississippi. This addition has allowed Shale Support to add an additional 2 million ton ...

Kristen Quinn


Posted 1 month agoPress > ShaleShale Oil MarketMarcellus +9

Dr. Daniel Fine: NAFTA, natural gas and the San Juan Basin

The North American Free Trade Agreement is now in a final stage with the U.S. team looking over the “energy chapter,” which has been approved by Canada and Mexico. The Administration's position, with a revisionist-protectionist core, offers President Trump a withdrawal-from-NAFTA option, at least a ...

Will Fine


Posted 3 months agoOpinion > NAFTACanadaMexico +30

Dr. Daniel Fine: Oil and Gas: A Look at What 2018 May Bring

Trump leads mass deregulation effort; comeback seen for San Juan Basin by Dr. Daniel Fine The price of oil in 2018 will be volatile with commodity market traders selling on signals of OPEC-Russia “cheating” or members producing more oil than the extended Algiers Agreement output quotas. This shou ...

Will Fine


Posted 4 months agoOpinion > Donald TrumpPresident TrumpTrump +68

Dr. Daniel Fine on Oil and Gas: Prices and Supply Short of War in Middle East

One day after the OPEC annual meeting, although composed for publication two weeks ago, this column moves the clock forward to early 2018.  There is a background noise of regional “hybrid war” intruding on the market price of World and West Texas Intermediate oil. Most analysts both commercial and ...

Will Fine


Posted 5 months agoOpinion > Kingdom of Saudi ArabiasaudiSaudi Aramco +89

In The Oil Patch – Dr. Daniel Fine (ep. 123)

In The Oil Patch – Episode 123: host Kym Bolado and her cohost Alvin Bailey welcome Dr. Daniel Fine onto the show! Dr. Fine is with the New Mexico Center for Energy Policy and he does not hold back any of his thoughts in this episode. This is definitely a must-listen show!

Will Fine


Posted 8 months agoLink > OPECKingdom of Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia +39

Oil and the Saudi Arabia threat by Dr. Daniel Fine

Dr. Daniel Fine, New Mexico Center for Energy Policy There is instability in the leading oil producer within OPEC and the lowest cost producer in the World. Nothing like this has happened in Saudi Arabia since the middle of the last century. It is only a matter of the short term before the price ...

Will Fine


Posted 9 months agoOpinion > San Juan BasinNew Mexicosaudi +27

Oil and the Saudi Arabia threat

The big picture is struggle between Iran and Saudi Arabia to dominate the region or Islamic Middle East.It was the take-over generation that switched Saudi Arabia oil strategy from an anti-American shale and sand price and market share war against West Texas Intermediate oil to a reduction of outp ...

Will Fine


Posted 9 months agoLink > Saudi ArabiaSaudi Aramcooil price +35

Marcellus shale sees massive resurgence in M&A activity

There was nearly eight times more invested in asset and corporate acquisitions in the Marcellus shale in 2016 than 2015, according to new analysis in Evaluate Energy's global M&A review for 2016 . Marcellus assets changed hands for a total of US$7.25 billion in 2016 – a massive increase on US$920 ...

Mark Young


Posted 1 year agoOpinion > MarcellusShaleShale Gas +6

7th Annual Cost-Effective Produced Water Management Marcellus & Utica 2017

Marcellus and Utica Natural Gas production is defying the sceptics and rigs are firing up once again. However, the regulatory landscape is changing dramatically with the newly legislated Chapter 78a forcing operators to rethink their water management plans, and increasing concerns around TENORM and ...

Louise Gosling


    29 Mar 2017


Posted 1 year agoEvent > Water ManagementMarcellusUtica +6