PBIOS: 1998 show benefits exhibitors, visitors alike (English)

in AMERICAN OIL AND GAS REPORTER ; 41 , 13 ; 124-130
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  • Title:
    PBIOS: 1998 show benefits exhibitors, visitors alike
  • Journal / Series:
  • Volume:
    41
  • Issue:
    13
  • Page:
    124-130
  • Publisher:
    NATIONAL PUBLISHERS GROUP INC.
  • Year of publication:
    1998
  • Size:
    7 pages
  • ISSN:
  • Type of media:
    Article (Journal)
  • Type of material:
    Print
  • Language:
    English
  • Classification:
    DDC:    665.5

Table of contents – Volume 41, Issue 13

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17
Tax News: Old wells get tax holiday in Pennsylvania county; Colorado agency proposes taxing rights-of-way
| 1998
17
State Legislative: Texas associations consider final draft of unitization bill
| 1998
29
IPAA: Marginal well relief, public image issues center stage at annual meeting
| 1998
35
NSWA: 'Don't give up,' new president urges
| 1998
36
LIAISON Committee: Members respond to attacks on marginal wells, fracturing
| 1998
39
FERC Rule Making: Producers see trouble in pipeline rate plan; Commissioner reveals thinking on short-term price caps
| 1998
44
Producers Face New Risks in Globally-Integrated Market
Klaassen, E. A. / Hinton, M. W. | 1998
50
Today's domestic natural gas industry is markedly different from the gas industry of only one decade ago-from the well bore to the burner tip. Seasonal swings in production have nearly disappeared, gas consumption by power generators and industrial users has increased dramatically, and convergence is reshaping the industry and opening the door to heightened levels of competition. Now, with the new millennium rapidly approaching, the dominant trends that characterize the market today are laying the groundwork for even more change in the future
Carson, M. M. / Hartfield, R. | 1998
62
NGL Market Evolution Holds Benefits for Producers
Stubbe, M. | 1998
65
Storage influences Gas Pricing, Demand Growth
Cates, H. C. / Schultz, K. M. | 1998
69
Generator Packages Optimize Gas-to-Wires Projects
Rodgers, B. D. | 1998
72
On-Site Induction Generation Opening New Opportunities
Frazier, L. | 1998
75
EFM Systems Simplify, Streamline Operations
Warren, D. | 1998
81
Multilateral Technology Opening New Horizons for Mobil
Chambers, M. | 1998
89
Operators See Encouraging Results with Waterfracs
Walker, R. N. / Hunter, J. L. / Brake, A. C. / Fagin, P. A. / Steinsberger, N. | 1998
95
Applications Illustrate Advantages of Flexible Sealant
Getzlaf, D. | 1998
99
Y2K Compliance is Best Insurance Against Millennium Bug
Kakacek, K. | 1998
102
Insurance Provides Safeguards From Pollution incidents
Clawson, W. D. | 1998
106
IOGA WV: Association turns to state for tax relief on marginal wells
| 1998
111
MIPRO: Producers told innovation key to their success
| 1998
113
IOGA NY: Debate on oil and gas regulations, marginal wells dominate meeting
| 1998
117
Technology Transfer: New York energy research agency, GRI combine to assist producers
| 1998
119
PBPA: State agencies pledge support for oil and gas industry
| 1998
124
PBIOS: 1998 show benefits exhibitors, visitors alike
| 1998

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