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A Postcard From COPAS

Last week, the Council of Petroleum Accountants Societies (COPAS), hosted its latest chapter meeting at Oglebay Resort and Conference Center in Wheeling, ... read more >

West Virginia Supreme Court Eliminates NPRI Pooling Consent

On May 31, 2017, the West Virginia Supreme Court issued an opinion eliminating the need for nonparticipating oil and gas royalty interest owners to consent ... read more >

Pittsburgh's Energy Efficiency is Ranked 17th out of 51 U.S. Cities

In recent news, the Trump administration has made it clear that the United States intends to withdraw from the Paris Climate Treaty (United Nations Framework ... read more >

New Legislation Could Impact the Definition of a “Stripper Well”

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court decision that defined the threshold of low-producing “stripper wells” could cost state and local governments ... read more >

Revenue Recognition: Challenges in Implementing the New Standard

I’m sure by now you have heard there is going to be a little change in how practically all companies, including E & P companies, recognize revenue. ... read more >

Pennsylvania Mineral Rights and Surface Rights - A Brief Overview

Once a parcel of land is purchased, the surface rights transfer to the purchaser, but what is underneath may surprise you. In Pennsylvania, among other ... read more >

Why Oil Rig Counts May Not Mean as Much Any Longer

Over the past several years, one of the key metrics of the health and activity within the oil and gas industry has been the number of active rigs. This ... read more >

Rig Counts Climb Amid Increased Prices and Positive Speculation

Rig counts’ weekly responsiveness is a key factor in forecasting the price of oil and gas and ultimately the productivity within the industry. North ... read more >