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Marcellus.com strives to provide the latest most comprehensive information and news regarding the shale energy industry.
Marcellus.com strives to provide the latest most comprehensive information and news regarding the shale energy industry.

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Wednesday Dec 16 - Jason Spiess will be live with Lynn Helms, ND Dept of Mineral Resources for the Weekly Bakken Get Together, exclusively LIVE on Bakken.com 's Facebook! Don't miss it! http://ow.ly/Qx6d30h1T9I
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U.S. producers applauded Thursday’s decision by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non-OPEC producers led by Russia to extend output cuts until the end of 2018, according to a recent Reuters article.

Texas and North Dakota - the two largest U.S. shale-producing states - described it as a boon for their producers. Their appreciation was in contrast to a more combative style in recent years, when shale states seemed to relish openly bashing the group.

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Energy Media Group, the parent company of Bakken.com, Marcellus.com, and four other energy-related news websites, announced today a partnership with The Crude Life Media Network. Now, the two companies will better be able to provide energy-focused content to its joint audiences.

Read the entire press release at Bakken.com.
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Oil hit $50 this morning. Are things changing?

Check out this article by OilPrice.com . What do you think?
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U.S. crude oil, gasoline stocks fall sharply: EIA http://ow.ly/U0DU30dWgzp
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Two American standards: oil and baseball. But can we really learn something in the oil & gas industry from America's favorite pastime? Offshore Magazine thinks so, and it all has to do with leadership. This is a great little gem of a read that's well worth your time. Not just in O&G, but for anyone who runs a business or works in a leadership role.
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How do you measure customer service? When an elderly resident pleads for help, wouldn't it seem logical that the senior living facility who banks on its reputation as a "Five Star" facility, would do what they can to eliminate headache, heartache, and loss?

It seems logical, but management at Pueblo Norte Senior Living in Scottsdale, AZ ignored a horrid rat infestation in a resident's villa, resulting in near total loss of possessions as well as a myriad of other issues.

“I have had weekly nightmares of rats in my mattress, couch and throughout my house. I can’t fall asleep after I wake up from these nightmares,” Marcil said. Read more...
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While the gain in the rig count is less than it has been the past few weeks, today's number still shows an increase of 7 new rigs exploring for oil and gas, according to the latest numbers from Baker Hughes.
It isn't surprising that the Permian Basin is still the hot spot, with an increase of 7 new rigs for a total of 349 rigs currently exploring for oil and gas.

The Gulf of Mexico saw an increase of 1 new rig, while Alaska increased by 2, Colorado increased by 1, Louisiana gained 4, Texas gained 6, and Wyoming's count went up by 2. ND saw a loss of 1 rig, West Virginia and Pennsylvania each lost 2, and Oklahoma saw a big cut of 7 rigs. Read more...
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How do you know if what your buying is actually made in the U.S.A? A new "America First" Certification guarantees products and services are American. Read more...

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According to StateImpact Pennsylvania , the proposed PennEast natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania to New Jersey would have “less than significant” environmental effects if it meets plans laid out by its builder and regulators, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said on Friday, April 7.
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