Posts Tagged: Mexico

2014-06-13

The Master Resource Report 2014-06-13 The Bakken’s radioactive problem When you talk to folks who have visited or worked in the booming oil fields of North Dakota they report it being like the Wild, Wild West. And like any gold rush period government and environmental regulation enforcement runs way behind the curve. Associated Press: People… Read more »

2014-05-30

The Master Resource Report 2014-05-30 Total pulls the plug on tar sands project Due to the continued escalation of industry costs Total has stopped its Joslyn tar sands operation in Alberta, Canada. The $11 billion price tag cannot be supported by today’s oil prices around $100 per barrel. “We are still in the cycle within… Read more »

2014-04-25

The Master Resource Report 2014-04-25 West Coast gasoline at $4 per gallon — Ouch!! The EIA reported this week that on the West Coast (PADD 5) the all grades price of gasoline is now over $4 per gallon. While oil in storage in the US is above the five year average range the volumes of… Read more »

2014-04-11

The Master Resource Report 2014-04-11 The US top oil producing counties Drillinginfo posted a very interesting map and supporting data that highlights just how small the area producing half of US oil production really is. One highlight is that Kern County California is number three and it has been producing now for over 100 years…. Read more »

2013-12-13

The Master Resource Report 2013-12-13 Bakken production data released today. The North Dakota Dept. of Mineral Resources released the data today for October oil and gas production. As expected it hit a new record of 941,637 barrels per day with 93% of the production coming from the Bakken and Three Forks. Natural gas production also… Read more »