February 2022
Features

ShaleTech: Free cash flow overrides excessive gas flow

A major artic blast came with the new year across the Eastern United States, leading to a spike in natural gas prices on top of already multi-year highs in a volatile market. For now, most producers in the Marcellus and Utica shales across the Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio fairway are refraining from exponential drilling and production growth.
Jim Redden / Contributing Editor

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