Infrastructure & Construction

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In Depth: The State of Shale

BY Luke GeiverAfter years of historic growth, followed by two years of downturn, the North American shale energy industry is on the brink of a new, unprecedented era. READ MORE

March 23, 2017

In Depth: Preparing For Round 2: Lessons Learned From A Midstream Service

BY Staff Goodnight Midstream found success during pre-low-oil years. Now, the water gathering and disposal firm believes it knows how to thrive again while expanding into new basins. READ MORE

March 22, 2017

Could the Dakota Access Pipeline protests have been avoided?

BY Staff Were the protests over the Dakota Access Pipeline avoidable? How should energy infrastructure projects be handled in the future? Troy Eid, an attorney specializing in Native American law, discussed these issues in a Q&A with North American Shale. READ MORE

March 15, 2017

Attorney says legal options dwindling for DAPL opponents

BY Patrick C. Miller Denver attorney Troy Eid, who moderates disputes between pipeline companies and tribal governments, doesn't expect the courts to halt the Dakota Access Pipeline. A federal judge ruled Tuesday that work on the project could continue. READ MORE

March 15, 2017

CEO of proposed Permian refinery explains decision to build

BY Staff We checked in with Jack Hanks, CEO of MMEX Resources Corp., to learn more about his team's plan to build a 50,000 barrel per day refinery near Fort Stockton, Texas, in the heart of the Permian Basin, North America's most active shale play. READ MORE

March 15, 2017

XTO signs produced water gathering contractor in Bakken

BY Luke GeiverBuckhorn Energy Services LLC has been contracted by one of the largest operators working in the Bakken's most active county to build, own and operate an 87-mile pipeline for produced water gathering and disposal system. READ MORE

March 08, 2017

Bakken is well positioned to handle increased activity

BY Patrick C. Miller The Bakken may have been down, but it's not out. During Energy Day in North Dakota's State Capitol Building, business and government leaders explained why the shale play is better prepared than ever to handle an increase in oil and gas activity. READ MORE

March 08, 2017

Coming soon to the Permian Basin: $450M oil refinery

BY Luke GeiverMMEX Resources Corp, a global energy company focusing on the acquisition, development and financing of oil, gas, refining and infrastructure projects in Texas and South America, intends to build a 50,000 bpd, $450 million refinery in the Permian. READ MORE

March 08, 2017

FirstEnergy puts $40M towards regional shale gas infrastructure

BY Luke GeiverFirstEnergy Corp., one of the nation's largest investor-owned electric systems providers, is committing roughly $40 million to complete a new transmission substation that supports midstream gas processing in the Marcellus shale play. READ MORE