All Posts Tagged With: "Noble Energy"
It may be awhile before the extent of damage to the infrastructure is known, given the flooding and closed roads. The good news is that three players — the two largest with remote ability to shut off wells with the touch of a button — control the majority of oil and gas operations in Weld County18Sep2013 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The company says construction of the LNG plant is part of its strategy to reduce emissions and improve the environment where it operates.Once operational in 2014, natural gas produced by the facility will replace high-polluting diesel fuel used in Noble and other producers’ equipment operations.22Mar2013 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The company said it is raising the estimate of recoverable oil in its Denver-Julesburg Basin properties 60 percent to the equivalent of 2.1 billion barrels. The cash infusion will help the company increase the number of wells drilled in the Weld County portion of the basin, to 300 in 2013 and 500 a year by 2017, according to a Noble statement.10Dec2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Driven by the expanding Niobrara Shale Play, Colorado oil production has reached 53,000 barrels a day, a whopping 90 percent increase in just three years, according to IHS Consulting. “The boom is going to present a real fiscal opportunity for Colorado,” said Mark Haggerty of Headwaters Economics.21Jun2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Gov. Hickenlooper and Noble Energy Celebrate Grand Opening of New Operations Center in Greeley, Colorado
Today’s festivities at the new 66,500 square foot facility included a $5 million check presentation to two Weld County school districts for a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) School Bus Project.22May2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
This round of awards marks the 15th year the agency has highlighted top operators. Companies recognized for their accomplishments in 2010 include Anadarko Petroleum, BP America, Encana Oil and Gas, Noble Energy, and Williams Production RMT.3Aug2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued