Last week on CNBC's Mad Money, Jim Cramer had on the CEO of Halcon, Floyd Wilson, and they discussed two new shale plays that have huge potential. Cramer explained that Halcon was still building its…Continue
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During a speech in Latin America, Pres Obama appeared to hint that he was going to approve the exporting of LNG. He told leaders in Latin America that we would be a natural gas exporter by 2020 and…Continue
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Alan Wenger of the law firm of Harrington, Hoppe, and Mitchell, Ltd., wrote a blog on their company website. He said that some people are organizing groups of landowners that are HBPd y old…Continue
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All day today CNBC is focusing on converting vehicles to run on nat gas. Rick Sentelli is in Oklahoma at a company that does nat gas conversions. They are working on a pick up truck, showing what needs to be done to make it bi-fuel. By the end of the day, they will be driving around in the converted truck to show what it can do.
During one segment already aired, they said that if you fill up at home, you will pay an equivalent of 66 cents per gallon. Thats right.....66 cents per…Continue
Posted on April 9, 2012 at 10:16am — 2 Comments
There is much talk and hope that all this shale oil and gas will get the US freed of dependance on OPEC oil. The Bakken, Eagle Ford, Utica and more have great oil potential. The Marcellus, Utica, Hainesville, Barnett and more have great gas potential, especially if we convert major portion of our transportation to natgas. All of these should help us wean ourselves off of foreign oil and gas, which would fantastic for the country.
But one problem with that scenario is competitive…Continue
Posted on October 28, 2011 at 10:47am