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    Oil and Gas News: Gas Recovers

    While oil continues to be stable at +/-$40/bbl. Natural Gas has seen a huge rebound. After a historic low in June of $1.49/mcf, Natural Gas has rebounded by over 100% today where it closed at $3.02/mcf....
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    Oil and Gas News: Recovery

    Oil recovers to above $40/bbl in less that two months....
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    Oil and Gas News: Historic Lows

    A historic drop occurred on April 20, when the price of West Texas Intermediate crude dropped by almost 300%, trading at around negative $37 per barrel. While oil went to negative values at points during the day, it recovered to close at $20.43 per barrel by closing of that day....
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    Oil Prices are Up – September 2019 Swan Energy, Inc. Update

    Oil prices are up due to the decrease of inventories in the U. S. The dispute between the U.S. and China oil trade is the prime basis for predicting the direction of oil. In CNBC article titled “Oil rises 0.1% to $56.30 as US inventories decline,” it explains the two economies are waiting to move...
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    Oil and Gas Tax Incentives

    The successful production of domestic oil and gas means our country is safer, our economy is stronger, and we keep more Americans working. As a result, the federal government offers very attractive oil and gas tax incentives for investments in domestic oil and gas development. There are three primary incentives: Intangible Drilling Costs Participat...
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    Oil and Gas News

    COVID-19 causes US economy to shutdown only days after Saudi Arabia insights an Oil price war with Russia and other OPEC members....
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    Investing In Oil Futures

    On 8 March 2020, Saudi Arabia initiated a price war with Russia, facilitating a 65% quarterly fall in the price of oil. In the first few weeks of March, US oil prices fell by 34%, crude oil fell by 26%, and Brent oil fell by 24%. The price war was triggered by a break-up in...
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    Chairman’s Update – 2018 Summer Update

    Swan Energy continued its excellent track record in the first half of 2018. Existing wells are producing, new wells are in the works, and exploration continues. Swan Resources: Swan Resources has interest in 55 Oklahoma oil wells. These wells have together generated 1,750,953 (gross) BOE to date with a steady daily production rate of 500...
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    What Is a Joint Venture?

    A Joint Venture (JV) is when two or more parties come together and participate in a specific project. In a JV, all parties are invested in the project in terms of money, time, and effort to build upon and accomplish a specific task. While Joint Ventures are generally small to medium size projects, major corporations...
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    Winter 2015 – Update from the field

    Update from the field Colorado update Swan Energy’s Colorado projects saw a very active Q4.  We spudded 27 wells as part of four pads in Wattenberg.  Specifically, those wells include the Pratt pad where 6 wells were spud in addition to the Greenleaf pad (11 wells); Crow Creek pad (7 wells); and, Colt pad (3...
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    NFIB Profiles Swan Energy CEO Brandon Davis

    Business owner talks about the burdens of overregulation. Name: Brandon Davis Business: Swan Energy Employees: 60 Location: Greenwood Village, Colorado Twelve years ago, Brandon Davis was unemployed. While job hunting, he stumbled across an ad for a sales position at an oil company. Davis applied and landed the position, but it proved to be more th...
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    EPA Finds No Widespread Drinking Water Pollution From Fracking

    Jeff Brady – National Public Radio – June 04, 2015 The Environmental Protection Agency says it has found no evidence that hydraulic fracturing — better known as fracking — has led to widespread pollution of drinking water. The oil industry and its backers welcome the long-awaited study, while environmental groups criticize it. “We found the hydraul...
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    Brandon Davis Comments on passing of Carl Swan

      “We are saddened by the loss of our friend and the namesake of Swan Energy, Carl Swan, who passed away on Friday, May 22 at the age of 89.  Carl touched so many people during his long life and helped too many of us to count. He was both a mentor and a friend,...
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    Field Update: Nov. 2014

        Swan Energy has participated in 40 new wells, with 12 of them in Oklahoma and 28 in Colorado. So far this year 1,312,962 BOE have been produced from our 103 wells, generating over $111,000,000 in gross revenue. Swan and its partnerships are currently participating in 7,500 BOEPD or approximately $637,500 per day. In...
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    IEA: North American Oil Spells Big Changes Ahead for Oil Markets

    IEA: North American Oil Spells Big Changes Ahead for Oil Markets The global oil landscape is rapidly changing, with “shockwaves” from supply growth in the US due to shale gas, light tight oil as well as the Canadian oil sands extending to “virtually all recesses of the global market,” the International Energy Agency (IEA) wrote...
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    Brandon Davis Named to “40 Under 40” by Denver Business Journal

    Brandon Davis has been honored by the Denver Business Journal as one of the city’s “40 Under 40” which recognizes 40 business professionals under the age of 40 years old for their business success and community contributions. Brandon was one of 375 people nominated for the honor. The Denver Business Journal (DBJ) recognized Brandon’s active...
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    Ice Bucket Challenge

    Swan Energy Employees Accept the Ice Bucket Challenge A group of Swan Energy headquarters employees accepted the ice bucket challenge. They did their part to raise funds and awareness for the good work of the ALS Association....
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    Fracking in Colorado

      Energy production in Colorado looks differently than it did 153 years ago. The advent of environmental regulations, coupled with the oil and natural gas industry’s investment in technology, have moved Colorado to the forefront of responsible energy production. Boulder Oil Field: Pre-Fracking Oil was first discovered in Colorado near Canon Ci...
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    Energy Pipeline: Colorado’s oil production flips between fields

    Energy Pipeline: Colorado’s oil production flips between fields Republished from Greeley Tribune In 2013, Colorado broke a 56-year old record for crude oil production. Data collected by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission showed a record-breaking 64.9 million barrels were produced in Colorado in 2013. The previous record was set in 195...
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    November 2014 Industry News Update

    November 2014 Industry News Update There is plenty of news about the price of oil these days and much of it is good for our Joint Ventures in Colorado and Oklahoma. Just consider these very positive points from the U.S. Energy Information Agency: Niobrara production is forecast at 403 barrels a day per rig in...
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