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Permits with Well Pad Development in the Permian Down 26% in April 2022

Permits with Well Pad Development in the Permian Down 26% in April 2022

May 13, 2022

April 2022, in the Permian Basin, DirtWork AlertTM detected 317 permits on 250 well pads currently under construction or completed. The number of permits with active pad development fell by 25.6% vs March 2022. Conversely, the total number of pads associated to these permits increased from 143 in March to 250 in April (+74.8%). Many […]

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Permian Basin: Permits with Well Pad Development Up 35% in March 2022

Permian Basin: Permits with Well Pad Development Up 35% in March 2022

April 19, 2022

March 2022, in the Permian Basin, DirtWork AlertTM detected 426 permits on 143 well pads currently under construction or completed. Permits with active pad development are up 35% vs February 2022. The total number of pads associated to these permits increased from 85 in February to 143 in March (+68%). Many drilling permits are filed […]

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Plans for new SWDs in the Permian are Remain Steady in March 2022

Plans for new SWDs in the Permian are Remain Steady in March 2022

April 14, 2022

Before any permit for a new salt water disposal or injection well can be filed in Texas or New Mexico a public notice of intent is required to be published for public viewing and comment. Only Sourcenergy captures and tracks these notices which provides insight into future drilling plans ahead of the drilling permit. Sourcenergy […]

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Permian Basin: 315 Permits with Well Pad Development in February 2022

Permian Basin: 315 Permits with Well Pad Development in February 2022

March 18, 2022

February 2022, in the Permian Basin, DirtWork AlertTM detected 315 permits on 85 well pads currently under construction or completed. Many drilling permits are filed but many are never drilled. It is important to identify those permits where drilling is actually going to take place. In many cases, well pads and ponds are being constructed […]

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Plans for new SWDs in the Permian up nearly 15% in February 2022

Plans for new SWDs in the Permian up nearly 15% in February 2022

March 16, 2022

Before any permit for a new salt water disposal or injection well can be filed in Texas or New Mexico a public notice of intent is required to be published for public viewing and comment. Only Sourcenergy captures and tracks these notices which provides insight into future drilling plans ahead of the drilling permit. Sourcenergy […]

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Into the Haynesville: New, Expanded Coverage

Into the Haynesville: New, Expanded Coverage

February 28, 2022

The Haynesville is a hotbed for natural gas production. Spending is up. Drilling activity is already beating predictions. We are excited to announce our expanded data coverage into this East Texas/North Louisiana play. Oilfield services and mineral buyers can take advantage of this increase in our footprint to see new upstream opportunities before their competition. […]

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Intentions to Build New SWDs in the Permian Drop 6.8% in January 2022

Intentions to Build New SWDs in the Permian Drop 6.8% in January 2022

February 10, 2022

Before any permit for a new salt water disposal or injection well can be filed in Texas or New Mexico a public notice of intent is required to be published for public viewing and comment. Only Sourcenergy captures and tracks these notices which provides insight into future drilling plans ahead of the drilling permit. Sourcenergy […]

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It’s Not Your (Geologic) Fault! The Art of Seismic Self-Defense

It’s Not Your (Geologic) Fault! The Art of Seismic Self-Defense

February 9, 2022

Saltwater Disposals (SWDs) are taking a lot of heat for Permian Basin seismic activity. In some circumstances, saltwater injection can interact with geologic fault lines to induce seismicity. But seismicity can also come from hydraulic fracturing or EOR for similar reasons, or mining, or from subsurface hydrocarbon and water depletion, or from natural tectonic activity. […]

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Wall Street Journal Features Sourcenergy on Permian Induced Seismicity

Wall Street Journal Features Sourcenergy on Permian Induced Seismicity

January 18, 2022

This article is from the January 18, 2022 edition of the Wall Street Journal by Collin Eaton. —WSJ Subscribers can read the article here —Or you can read the entire article below: Texas Earthquakes Prompt New Fracking Rules Frackers need to find a new home for wastewater as the state acts to stem rising seismic […]

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