From the presentation The History of Oil Well Firefighting & Blowout Control. Mike Shellman gave this speech to approximately 10,000 people over 5 years, from San Diego, to Bismarck, Ft. Lauderdale and back to Houston again.
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See what these folks have to say about Permian Basin growth on NEWS STUFF
“If this dynamic persists, US LNG exports will no longer be an outlet for excess domestic production gas but, rather, a possible driver of higher prices in a system where production growth is slow,” says Tsafos. “With domestic demand and domestic production flat on a yearly basis, it is exports that are proving the most enduring source of incremental demand – and thus a main driver of higher natural gas prices in the United States as the country heads into winter.”
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