RMP publishes 2016 hydrocarbon production data. Check out this post to see how much oil, natural gas, and NGLs were produced in Michigan in 2016. We have charts, graphs, and numbers and three different top 10 lists.
There’s a paradox related to oil pipeline protests: they will not stop nor even slow down the use of oil. Only ridding our society of internal combustion engines will end the use of oil. Internal combustion engines are the reason we have oil pipelines and getting rid of them is the only way to get rid of oil pipelines.
RMP has been publishing the Michigan Oil & Gas Monthly for 24 months straight. This will be the last monthly publication of this magazine. We simply don’t have the funding to continue publishing a monthly magazine. If you’re a regular reader like so many thousands of other people across Michigan, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to our small Michigan based 501(c)3 organization to help us cover the costs of publishing. Thank you.
It looks like Jordan Development’s Word Of Faith 16-27 Niagaran oil well is going to be a long term producer based on the flare stack shown in this post’s video. Check it out and stay tuned for RMP’s November MOGM where we will explain what Southfield resident’s can expect to happen at this location as Jordan Development puts in the necessary infrastructure to produce. The November MOGM will be published November 30, 2016 and we will have more pictures of the well along with our explanation of what will most likely happen next.
The 2015 full year petroleum production numbers are, according to RMP estimates, 98% reported. That means it’s time to review a whole host of tables and graphs showing you the top hydrocarbon producers in the Michigan Basin for 2015. Check out this annual production summary to see what got produced and where in Michigan. Also, a new feature added to our annual production summary is the estimated revenue generated by operator based on advanced calculations you’ll only find on RMP.
Why is a picture of a Colorado license plate the featured image for the first Michigan Oil & Gas Monthly of 2016? What does Colorado have to do with Michigan oil & gas? Read the January 2016 edition of MOGM to find out. This is our 13th issue marking the beginning of our sophomore year. Follow our monthly MOGM and tell your friends to check it out too.
RMP issues a retraction for mistakenly reporting a recent gasoline spill at W. Middle School in Holland Michigan near Lake Macatawa.
Read about the oil spill at Enbridge Line 5’s North Straits Pump Station. Over 361 tons of contaminated soil were removed from the North Straits Pump Station which sits 100 yards from the northern shoreline of Lake Michigan on the Straits of Mackinac.