Oil & Gas Regulations

What are VOCs?

By Croft Productions / October 26, 2016 / 0 Comments

What are VOCs? Anyone? Anyone?  I am sure you have heard that term in some shape or form at some point in your life. Or I am sure you have at least heard of VOCs recently due to all the talk of the new proposal to cut emissions by 45% by 2025! But I am not going […]

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oil, monahans, texas

Anti Oil & Gas Protesters Supporting Oil

By Croft Productions / September 19, 2016 / 0 Comments

Even though I am new to the oil & gas industry, I have been around it my whole life. I was born and raised in Houston so naturally, oil & gas terminology is nothing that is new to me. It is a HUGE part of Houston and it seems every other person you ask about […]

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Texas Is Trying To ensure That Its Pipelines are Safe

By Croft Productions / February 5, 2016 / 0 Comments

While driving into work yesterday I was doing my usual radio channel surfing.  I ended up on one of my favorite morning stations, 88.7 Houston Public Media.  I stayed on the station because the story that I caught the tail end of mentioned my home town of Katy, TX.  More specifically a grocery store I sometimes shop at. […]

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natural gas, search, oil rig

Best Available Technology (BAT) in Oil & Gas

By Croft Productions / January 29, 2016 / 0 Comments

Last week’s blog was an overview of how the State of Pennsylvania plans to cut methane emissions throughout their state’s oil and gas industry.  Their Governor, Tom Wolf, and his Environmental Protection Secretary, John Quigley, rolled out their four step plan to ensure that the bustling Marcellus Shale Play doesn’t ruin the air quality for the entire state.  This week I want […]

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mobile fuel gas clean up

Pennsylvania adds more Methane Regulations

By Croft Productions / January 22, 2016 / 0 Comments

2016 is starting out just as many predicted, with more regulations being piled onto the oil and gas industry.  One state, in particular, is really cracking down.  Just recently the Governor of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, made an announcement that will affect all oil and gas sites in the state.  And there are a lot.   If you did […]

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oil port, sea bridge, conveyors

Will the White House Allow Crude Exports?

By Croft Productions / October 9, 2015 / 0 Comments

I’ve written a few blogs talking out the oil export ban here in the united states. 1975 Ban on Oil Exports in the US So Companies CAN Export Oil…Well Sort Of Senators are working Together to get the 1975 Oil Ban Lifted This will actually be my fourth blog mentioning it.  Why to I keep coming […]

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What is Acid Gas & Sour Gas?

By Croft Productions / August 5, 2015 / 0 Comments

If you aren’t familiar with the oil & gas industry, the words acid and sour gas might be a little disheartening and confusing. I feel like the word acid, is usually never really a good thing. There is acid rain, acid reflux, acid chemical, etc. And when I think of sour, I just think of […]

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Natural Gas Sector Wins with the Clean Power Plan

By Croft Productions / May 29, 2015 / 0 Comments

Climate Change, Global Warming, whatever catch phrase you prefer to use, they are not going away.  The planet is changing, that, no one can deny.  Why it is changing and what can be done to stop it, if anything, is what is constantly being debated.   The current administration rolled out the Clean Power Plan in […]

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Senators are Working Together to get 1975 Oil Export Ban Lifted

By Croft Productions / May 15, 2015 / 0 Comments

I have written about the 1975 Oil Export Ban two times now.  Why do I keep going back to it?  Personally, I think that is something that needs to stay on people’s minds.  By allowing the U.S. to export any oil and gas products, will boost our economy and take power away from OPEC.  Two very […]

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So, Can Companies Export Oil?

By Croft Productions / March 6, 2015 / 0 Comments

So a few weeks ago I blogged about the 1975 ban on oil-exporting known as the Energy Policy and Conservation Act.  At that time we were much more dependent on foreign oil than we are now.  The thought behind it was to keep what we did produce domestically stored here for emergencies.  Well, things have changed.  We […]

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Administration Targeting Methane Emission in Oil and Gas Industry

By Croft Productions / January 16, 2015 / 0 Comments

This is my third article about environmental and/or methane issues and I am sure it will not be my last. Why is it that significant? Environmental issues are not going away my friends.  There are many countries around the world that have grown industrially.  This has made these countries huge contributors to changes in the […]

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How to Meet the New EPA Regulations:

By Croft Productions / December 19, 2014 / 0 Comments

There is quite a bit of chatter out there about proposed updates to the EPA’s (Environmental Protection Agency) Clean Air Standards.  A LOT OF CHATTER!  But what do they updates mean and why does the EPA have standards? In this blog, we will give you some background information that will help make sense of all […]

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