The Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association of Pennsylvania (PIOGA) is the principal non-profit trade association representing Pennsylvania’s Independent oil and natural gas producers, marketers, service companies and related businesses. PIOGA member companies drill and operates the majority of the state’s approximate 45,000 natural gas wells and a significant number of its estimated 35,000 crude oil wells.
Visit http://www.pioga.org/ for more information on the Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association of Pennsylvania.
The Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) has represented independent oil and natural gas producers for three-quarters of a century. On June 10, 1929, President Herbert Hoover called a national and state conference to discuss and formulate a practical program for the conservation of America’s natural petroleum resources. At that historic meeting at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado, oil operators, royalty owners, and land owners alike formed a new national association, the IPAA.
Today, IPAA represents the thousands of independent oil and natural gas producers and service companies across the United States. Independent producers develop 90 percent of domestic oil and gas wells, produce 68 percent of domestic oil and produce 82 percent of domestic natural gas. A recent analysis has shown that independent producers are investing 150 percent of their domestic cash flow back into domestic oil and natural gas development—borrowing funds to enhance their already aggressive efforts to find and produce more energy.
Visits http://www.ipaa.org/ for more information on the Independent Petroleum Association of America.
On this site you can search for information about the chemicals used in the hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells. You will also find educational materials designed to help you put this information in perspective.
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