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Ambitious Methane Reduction Target Announced by OGCI

Rate this article By NGV Global The Oklahoma-headquartered, international Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI), now made up of 13 major oil and gas companies, has declared its intention to collectively reduce the average methane intensity of its aggregated upstream gas and oil operations by one fifth to below 0.25% by 2025, and if possible…

Two NGV Milestones for Waste Management

Rate this article By NGV Global Two significant natural gas vehicle (NGV) milestones have been reached by Waste Management, based in Houston, Texas, the leading provider of comprehensive waste management services in North America. The company has opened its 100th natural gas fueling station at a ceremony in Oklahoma City, attended by industry representatives and…

FedEx Buys 100 CNG Tractors, Opens Station in Oklahoma

Rate this article By NGV Global FedEx Freight, a wholly owned subsidiary of FedEx Corp. with corporate offices in Memphis, Tennessee, has purchased more than 100 compressed natural gas (CNG) tractors and installed a CNG fueling station to serve the new fleet at its Oklahoma City Service Center. The U.S. provider of LTL freight services…

Oklahoma, EPA shutting down 32 disposal wells

Rate this article Oklahoma state and US Environmental Protection Agency regulators said 32 disposal wells in northeastern Oklahoma must shut down following the discovery of a fault line believed to have caused a 5.3-magnitude earthquake on Sept. 3. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Oil & Gas Journal – General Interest

Devon increasing drilling, investment in STACK play

Rate this article Devon Energy Corp. sees potential for tighter spacing and increased drilling inventory in the overpressured oil window of Oklahoma’s STACK play, where it is increasing drilling and investment (OGJ Online, Aug. 2, 2016). Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Oil & Gas Journal – General Interest

Chesapeake leaves Barnett, transfers interest to First Reserve unit

Rate this article Chesapeake Energy Corp., Oklahoma City, has agreed to pay its way out of the Barnett shale in an effort to eliminate future financial commitments in a region it deems uneconomic. The series of deals, expected to close in the third quarter, could ultimately save Chesapeake $1.9 billion in future midstream commitments. Read…