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April 23, 2014

Story by Reid Porter for the American Institute of Petroleum.
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According to a new poll that API is unveiling as part of the public opinion series "What America is Thinking on Energy Issues," significant bipartisan majorities of registered voters support increased investment in energy infrastructure.

The national telephone poll, conducted by the Harris Poll, among 1,003 ...
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March 24, 2014

Interview republished from The Christian Science Monitor.
By David J. Unger, a staff writer covering energy for the Monitor's Energy Voices.

The United States is awash in hydrocarbons, the result of good geology, supportive prices, a favorable regulatory and investment climate, and technology innovation. But the US energy boom is temporary, and not easy to replicate in other parts ...
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February 12, 2014

The following is republished from qz.com. Story written by Steve LeVine


An unmistakable message was hidden in the flurry of downbeat oil company earnings reports released in the last week or so: A major technological advance is on its way in old energy, new energy, and perhaps both. Not necessarily soon, but unquestionably coming.

To get to this conclusion ...
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January 29, 2014

Republished from hbwresources.com. Written by Michael Zehr.


HBW Resources: Ollison Hydraulic Fracturing Report

Below is a summary prepared by Bo Ollison, HBW Resources’ Senior Director of Policy, of publicly available activities currently underway at the federal, state and international levels that could impact the use of hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas development.  HBW Resources is monitoring these activities ...
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January 13, 2014
The following is a summary of the detailed analysis published in the blog Energy Tomorrow by Mark Green of this year's State of American Energy 2014 address. It was delivered by Jack Gerard, API President and CEO in which he outlines the impact of the U.S. oil and natural gas industry in economic growth, job creation and in ...
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January 6, 2014

The following post is republished from fuelfix.com. Story by Jennifer Hiller.

 A new study estimates that the oil and gas industry had a $14.5 billion impact last year on the Cline Shale region, east of the traditionally busier drilling area of the Permian Basin.

The University of Texas at San Antonio’s Institute for Economic Development looked at ...
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December 18, 2013
Houston, Texas – December 18, 2013 – International Alliance Group (IAG) announced today it was selected by Ryckman Creek Resources LLC, a subsidiary of Peregrine Midstream Partners LLC to provide project management services in the assessment of damages, unit restoration and insurance recovery effort to rebuild the nitrogen rejection unit (NRU) at the Company's Ryckman Creek Gas Storage Facility in Uinta ...
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October 25, 2013
The following blog post published in Energy In Depth (EID) by Meagan Baker explains in depth the report that came out in the last few weeks from the Texas Taxpayers and Research Association (TTARA). According to this report  the Texas Rainy Day Fund is expected to continue to grow thanks to oil and gas production levels and should produce record-setting ...
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April 22, 2013
Houston, Texas – International Alliance Group (IAG) announced today it has been selected by Uintah Partners, LLC to provide engineering, procurement and construction services for the Uintah Gateway Project to be built in Uintah County, Utah.

Phase 1 of the project, estimated at approximately $900 million, will include a 40,000 barrel per day Upgrading Facility to process Uinta Basin Black ...
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March 24, 2013
IAG is pleased to announce that Mr. Blane Vincent has joined IAG as our new Director of Midstream Business Development.  

He will be responsible for directing IAG’s midstream business with market strategy development, client acquisition, account management, and building long-term relationships with major midstream companies.  

Blane comes to IAG with eleven years experience in sales and marketing with the ...
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December 4, 2012
Republished from Energy Today Magazine

In North America and around the world, Houston, Texas-based IAG has staked its claim as the leader in development and program management of refinery projects and turnarounds since starting up in 1995. A subsidiary of the Triten Corporation, the company built a reputation as the single point of responsibility on projects such as grassroots complexes ...
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