Media Coverage


The Weekly Oil And Gas Follies – July 7, 2014 In which we drill down into the @GDBlackmon Twitter feed to briefly chronicle the week’s silliness, shenanigans, fake news and real news related to the oil and natural gas industry. (more)

Ft. Worth Star-Telegram

Atop a vast field of wealth in South Texas, some barely scrape by – July 5, 2014 From the window of her tin-roofed trailer, Judy Vargas can glimpse a miraculous world. It is as close as the dust kicked up by the trucks barreling by but seems as distant as Mars. (more)

Oil & Gas Monitor

Russia, Iraq Remind Us: New Ruling Comes None Too Soon – July 4, 2014 We may finally be seeing the beginning of the end of an era, and none too soon. (more)

Infrastructure News

Some facts on fracking – July 3, 2014 Fracking in the US has led to a greater reduction in carbon emissions than all the wind turbines and solar panels across the entire globe put together. This is the stark fact presented at a meeting at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg recently. (more)

TheStreet / MainStreet

Good News for Drivers July 4 Weekend – July 2, 2014 Lower gas prices should prevail at the pump this holiday weekend with the overabundance of gasoline as a result of the fracking boom in the shale regions throughout the U.S., industry experts said. (more)