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Company Bets Bitcoin Mining Can Ease Flaring
A Denver-based company has been installing data centers at shale drilling sites to take advantage of excess natural gas. Now, according to a new Bloomberg report, that company hopes to harness some of that gas to power data centers for Bitcoin mining.
OPEC, non-OPEC Allies To Extend, Increase Production Cuts
The group will shed an additional 500,000 B/D of oil production through March 2020, bringing the total curtailment to 1.7 million B/D.
North Dakota, Texas Fuel Increase in US Natural Gas Venting and Flaring
According to a new report from the EIA, the volume of natural gas reported as flared reached its highest average annual level in 2018, 1.28 Bcf/D. With production soaring in the Bakken, Permian, and Eagle Ford plays, North Dakota and Texas accounted for more than 80% of that total.
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