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Coda moves, expands capacity in New Hampshire

Weather seal products manufacturer Coda Products Inc. moved to a 9,000-square-foot building in Epping, N.H., and equipped it for a proprietary extrusion process as part of a $2 million investment to expand capacity. This post appeared first on Plastics News.

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Manchin’s “Save MVP” Permitting Reform Bill Flames Out Again

Once again, a permitting reform bill floated by U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (from West Virginia) with a provision to complete… Continue reading The post Manchin’s “Save MVP” Permitting Reform Bill Flames Out Again first appeared on Marcellus Drilling News. This post appeared first on Marcellus Drilling News.

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Ohio Senate Bill Would Expand Shale Drilling on State-Owned Land

How new laws get proposed and passed is fascinating, isn’t it? Especially when the forces of good (conservatives) use the… Continue reading The post Ohio Senate Bill Would Expand Shale Drilling on State-Owned Land first appeared on Marcellus Drilling News. This post appeared first on Marcellus Drilling News.

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WV Landowner Lawsuit to Block Forced Pooling Law Dealt Another Blow

A lawsuit brought by two West Virginia landowners seeking to overturn the state’s newly enacted forced pooling (i.e. unitization) law… Continue reading The post WV Landowner Lawsuit to Block Forced Pooling Law Dealt Another Blow first appeared on Marcellus Drilling News. This post appeared first on Marcellus Drilling News.

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Private Cos. Now Operate 55% of M-U Rigs, Drill 25% of New Wells

There are advantages and disadvantages to being publicly or privately owned. In the oil and gas sector, most large companies… Continue reading The post Private Cos. Now Operate 55% of M-U Rigs, Drill 25% of New Wells first appeared on Marcellus Drilling News. This post appeared first on Marcellus Drilling News.

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U.S. Oilfield Services Jobs Increase, Recover to March 2020 Level

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that employment in the U.S. oilfield services (OFS) and equipment sector… Continue reading The post U.S. Oilfield Services Jobs Increase, Recover to March 2020 Level first appeared on Marcellus Drilling News. This post appeared first on Marcellus Drilling News.

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