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The frac sand industry is in a transition phase, seeing the emergence of regional Texas mines potentially becoming more and more...
11 August 2017 by Jim Thompson
While hard coking coal prices have moved upward rather violently in recent days, some suppliers are concerned the basis for...
10 August 2017 by Vadim Milovanov
Surface recorders can be used along with bottomhole recorders to eliminate the guesswork in determining when a well test can...
9 August 2017 by Marian Hookham
Mining giant Glencore is the apparently unwilling recipient of a mining lease for its proposed thermal coal development...
8 August 2017 by Tiziana Luzzi
The latest update on bid rounds from across Latin American countries
3 August 2017 by Marian Hookham
As spot prices for prime hard coking coal hover in the mid $170’s, several private and smaller Indian steel mills are priced out...
2 August 2017 by Cyrus Daftary
Fresh off the heels of the annual Tax Withholding and Information Reporting Conference in NYC, the oil and gas industry should...
31 July 2017 by Amanda Nelson
The recent news of a major discovery and a planned fast-tracked development in the Sureste Basin comes as a validation both...
28 July 2017 by Jim Thompson
The bear lurks on the fringe of the global metallurgical coal market, but for now supply has been fragile as china in a...
26 July 2017 by Carlos Rocha
2017 has been a decisive year for Brazil local content requirements changes. The government halved the local content requirements...
21 July 2017 by Marian Hookham
Despite relatively minor impacts on recent supply demand fundamentals, seaborne coking coal spot prices managed to rally over the...
20 July 2017 by Marc Messner
Recognizing how important it is to our customers to have access to the most complete and accurate production data available,...
19 July 2017 by Jim Thompson
The first tickets have been issued to the annual dance among United States (US) cokemakers and metallurgical (met) coal suppliers.
13 July 2017 by Dale Struksnes
“Consistency of interpretation” is the hallmark of quality work for the IHS Markit sub-surface consulting team
12 July 2017 by Jennifer Thomas
The IHS Markit North American upstream capital cost index is down slightly in first quarter 2017, while the North American...
29 June 2017 by Michael Wynne
Information quantity has exploded in the last decade, with “Big Data” made readily available by a wide range of sources.
28 June 2017 by Spencer Welch
For more than 30 years, Dated Brent has been the world’s most important crude benchmark, it is estimated that Dated Brent...
23 June 2017 by Adrian Heafford
The Sri Lankan Government (PRDS) is conducting a limited tender for offshore block M2, Mannar Basin. Applications are due by...
22 June 2017 by Reed Olmstead
By 2013, the industry began to realize the impact the Permian Basin could have on US production, but many operators, service...
20 June 2017 by Rachael Moreland
The Wolfcamp Formation within the Permian basin and each of its shale benchmarks provides an excellent example of how we can...
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