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Liquefied Petroleum Gas: What You May Not Know About This Life-Saver

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) and other hydrocarbon products continue to save lives and could save many more if made available to more people. What Is Liquefied Petroleum Gas? The United States Energy Information Administration (EIA) defines LPG as “…hydrocarbon gases, primarily propane … derived from crude oil refining or natural…

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How to Survive the Drop in Oil Exploration

Seeking out new technology and information sources helps E&P companies ride out challenges like the low price of oil. The industry has so many different resources to choose from that E&P companies need to carefully pursue and act on information. According to Oil and Gas Journal, there will be a…

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The STACK, The SCOOP and Oklahoma Oil & Gas

On November 16, 1907, Oklahoma became the 46th state to enter the Union. About a decade before that, in the then Indian Territory, Miss Jenni Cass dropped a “go devil” detonating device downhole and The Nellie Johnson no. 1 well became the first commercially viable oil well in the Territory….

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Find The Oil and Gas Answers You Need: Become a Drillinginfo Know It All

One simple act can make a big difference in how productively you work. That act? Reading the manual or online help content for a product. If you don’t think you have time to read up on a product or get training, think again. Without a good base of knowledge, you…

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Permian Basin Update – Geology Assessment and New Production Capacity

The Permian Basin has long been the most important oil and gas producing area in the United States. A lot of history has focused on the buildup of resources that allowed the USA to ultimately bring the Second World War to a conclusion. What fueled those resources? The Permian Basin….

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