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Another DGO Appalachian Gas Deal

Continuing its expansion into the Appalachian Basin, Diversified Gas and Oil (DGO) announced it has signed an agreement to acquire 107 unconventional gas wells from HG Energy for $400 million. HG...

Natural Gas Production up In August

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports dry natural gas production in the U.S. was 82.2 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in August, up 0.7 Bcf/d from July. Dry natural gas production...

New Website For Freudenberg

Freudenberg Filtration Technologies, a provider of a range of air, gas and liquid filtration solutions, has overhauled its website to make it easier to navigate. The new homepage, www.freudenberg-filter.com, was revamped for user...

Pennsylvania Natural Gas Output Hit Record In 2017

Pennsylvania’s marketed natural gas production averaged a record 15 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2017, 3% higher than the 2016 level, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). This...

New Zealand To Ban Offshore Drilling

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced in a speech that the government will "no longer be granting any new offshore oil and gas exploration permits." The government said it would allow...

Hicor Receives Patent For Wet Gas Compression

Hicor Technologies has received a patent for wet gas compression. The company has seven patents issued globally, and this latest patent is the fourth issued in the US. The patent covers a...

The PROS Company Aggie 100 Ranked

From 2014–2016, The PROS Company experienced a compound annual growth rate of 35.696%. This growth rate landed PROS 51st on the Aggie 100,  a list honoring the fastest-growing companies in the...

How Compressors Should Be Commissioned

Nothing technical here, but if Jeff Bezos can send off a wind turbine in such a classy fashion, certainly a fine compressor deserves as much!

Film Friday: A History of Exline

This video has some interesting bits about Exline's long history. It all started with Robert Exline's open-air forging abilities in 1872.

Film Friday: How to destroy your turbine before you can even use it

A reminder as to why it's important to make sure your cranes are in working order and rated correctly (skip to 2:30 if you're in a hurry):