The History of Oil Well Firefighting & Blowout Control
Oil "Reserves" In the United States Are A Thing Of the Past. See It On
“You just can’t keep growing 15% to 20% a year,” Pioneer Natural Resources Scott Sheffield told Eaton. “You’ll drill up your inventories. Even the good companies.”
Stuff To Think About
Scott Lapierre, the Rebel PE With a Cause, Has A New Article Out In the Oil and Gas Journal. Better Think Again If You Believe There is 20 More Years of Midland Basin Wolfcamp Drilling.
See It On Forum Stuff!!
Watch How Gassy Three Benches in the Bone Springs Become Over Time. Look at the Well Density in Reeves, Loving, Lea and Eddy Counties in 2019;
Gassy Oil Wells Are Becoming Oily Gas Wells.
Are You Sure There Is Room For 30,000 More Bone Springs Wells In That Mess?
Do You Use LPG In Your Pickup?
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