Luke Geiver

Luke Geiver has successfully led the product launch, brand buildout and editorial operations and efforts for numerous original content platforms, including multiple trade publications. He is also the program director for several event agendas and conferences in Arizona, Texas, Louisiana and North Dakota. He received a bachelor’s degree in English from South Dakota State University and a master’s degree in English/Creative Writing from the University of North Dakota. Geiver is currently Editor of two national print and online publications, North American Shale Magazine and UAS Magazine. 

Latest Posts by Luke Geiver

December 10, 2018

Hess boosting rig count, production in Bakken for 2019

To deliver strong returns, production growth and significant future free cash flow, Hess Corp. will spend 75 percent of its 2019 capital budget in the Bakken shale play. The Bakken will receive $1.425 billion. READ MORE

December 10, 2018

Chevron 2019 shale plans includes $3.5B to Permian

Chevron has earmarked $3.5 billion for the Permian in 2019. The oil major released a basic spending for 2019 that will equal $20 billion for both upstream and downstream across its U.S. and international operations. READ MORE

December 05, 2018

P2 releases AI system for shale lease management

Artificial intelligence can now be used for oilfield leases. ThoughtTrace, a tech company that uses AI for quickly assessing and compiling critical information in legal documents, is working with P2 on a system for the Permian. READ MORE

December 04, 2018

Permian pressure pump tech testing complete, AFGlobal eyes 2019

Global original equipment manufacturer AFGlobal has completed a field trial of a new frack pump. In the Permian Basin, AFGlobal has completed testing of its trademarked DuraStim pump and is now looking to begin taking orders for its technology. READ MORE

December 03, 2018

Jupiter makes move to connect Permian wells to the world

Jupiter CEO Tom Ramsey believes the Texas crude transport, storage and pipeline operator can soon connect the Permian wellhead to the world. Jupiter MLP is now collecting shipper interest in a Permian pipeline linked to three export terminals. READ MORE

November 30, 2018

Rystad shale analyst details new decline curve forecast model

Rystad Energy's Alexandre Ramos-Peon, a senior analyst for the energy analytics firm, has released new input on the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning in shale well decline curve forecasting. READ MORE

November 28, 2018

With eye on discounted Bakken crude, Par Pacific buys refinery

A Houston-based energy infrastructure company will pay nearly $340 million for a Washington refinery advantaged because of its connection to Bakken crude. READ MORE

November 28, 2018

Chesapeake, Pronghorn agree to shale sand contract in Wyoming

For Chesapeake, Pronghorn will provide sand management, logistics and wellsite services for the E&P’s Wyoming Powder River Basin operations. In 2019, Chesapeake believes its oil production in the PRB will double. READ MORE

November 26, 2018

Port of Corpus Christi becoming shale oil hub of North America

With two- to three-million new barrels of oil per day expected at the Port of Corpus Christi next year, leadership at the burgeoning shale oil export hub said the appropriate infrastructure is on the way. READ MORE

November 26, 2018

To focus on Permian, QEP sells Haynesville assets

Aethon Energy is putting its investment expertise to work in the Haynesville shale. The Dallas-based energy investment company that is active in many of North America's most active shale plays, will buy assets from QEP Resources. READ MORE