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Energy Report June 2009

Energy Report June 2009

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ENERGY REPORTENERGY REPORT
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June 18, 2009
Energy Report
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The entire content of this newspaper is copyrighted by the
Fort Worth Business Press 
2008, with all rights reserved. Reproduction or use,without permission, of editorial or graphic content in any manner is prohibited. The
Fort Worth Business Press 
(USPS 004-204) is publishedweekly, 52 times a year, for $95 per year by Texas Community Newspapers Inc., 3509 Hulen, No. 201, Fort Worth, TX 76107.
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POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the
Fort Worth Business Press 
, 3509 Hulen St., No. 201, FortWorth, TX 76107.
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The Lone Energy Star State
Texas supplies the nation with more than just oil and natural gas
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Hunter Enis and Dick Lowe
The Texas Alliance of Energy Producers honors two veteran oiland gas men
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Natural gas for transportation
Ed Ireland argues that compressed natural gas is the only alternativefuel choice
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Mineral right debates continue in the courts
A case in Sansom Park illustrates continuing tension between surfaceand mineral owners
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Texas loses jobs as energy prices retreat
Employment dropping in oil, gas industry in state
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German euros drilling some Texas wells
Overseas investors look to shale
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Obama’s energy paradox
Robert J. Samuelson tackles the president’s energy plans
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Shale Energy Symposium Speakers
Ken Morgan
– TCU Energy Institute
Gene Theodori
– Sam Houston State University
Lisa Vaughn
– Shannonm Gracey, Ratliff & Miller LLP
Kelly Mcbeth
– Texas Energy Lobby
John Taylor
– PlainsCapital Bank
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Tim Raetz
Finding stability in today’s volatile oil and gas industry
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Charts
How the industry measures up
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Legends and Legacies of Texas Oil
Michael H. Price profiles Don Harrington, a Panhandle legend
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When we ventured forth with the Barnett Shale Symposium in the summer of2008, things still looked moderately positive for the energy industry. At the time, noone knew what tomorrow would bring.It wasn’t long after last summer’s meeting adjourned, however, that the U.S.economy began to unravel, oil and natural gas prices began a precipitous drop —and we all know the rest.Still, there were signs the industry could prevail. After all, the Haynesville,Marcellus and Fayetteville shales were all waiting to apply the magic formula firstperfected in the Barnett Shale.Now, a year later, there are more stones — and maybe a few boulders — in theindustry’s pathway.But the energy industry — up or down — requires good, solid data. And we haveplenty of that to offer:How Texas offers other energy options beyond oil and natural gasA look at ongoing mineral rights debates in the courtsNew markets for natural gas.An analysis of the Marcellus Shale by one of the field’s top geologists.Public opinion research on urban gas drilling.Maximizing oil and gas leases.How mineral owners should handle unleased assets.You’ll find this and more between this pages. We’ll offer this and more —because who knows what tomorrow will bringRobert FrancisEditor
Fort Worth Business PressEnergy Report 
What will tomorrow bring?
Cover photo by Jon P. Uzzel
Inside
Publisher
Banks Dishmon
Editor
Robert Francis
Associate Editor
Michael H. Price
Managing Editor
Crystal Forester
Reporters
Elizabeth Bassett, Betty DillardAleshia Howe, John-Laurent TroncheLeslieWimmer
Lists
Mary Kennan
Production
Brent LatimerClayton Gardner
Advertising Executives
Mary Schlegel, Elizabeth NorthernAndrea Benford, Annie Warren,Bob Collins, Ann Alexander
Receptionist
Maggie Calhoun
Photographers
Glen E. EllmanJon P. Uzzel

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