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Pioneer Natural Resources records strong bottom line

Pioneer Natural Resources bolstered its bottom line in the third quarter by selling its midstream operations in the Eagle Ford Shale and implementing aggressive cost-cutting measures in its oil and gas drilling operations. The Irving-based energy company on Monday said net income rose to $646 million, or $4.27 per diluted share, compared with $374 million in last year’s third quarter. ...

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Repairs done, Union Pacific reopens Texas line after floods

CORSICANA, Texas — Repairs have been completed on some washed-out tracks in North Texas blamed for a weekend derailment that sent two locomotives into floodwaters. A Union Pacific spokesman says the line about 4 miles north of Corsicana reopened at 7:45 a.m. CDT Wednesday. Spokesman Jeff DeGraff (duh-GRAF’) says work will continue to finish the cleanup and clear out equipment. ...

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Two events for one future: Texas energy leaders to share strategy at Eagle Ford conferences

Even the Eagle Ford—which is bursting at the seams with oil— isn’t immune to the effects of the current low-price environment. Now more than ever, companies operating in the region need access to the latest intelligence coming from the field. Next month, thousands of energy industry professionals will converge in San Antonio for two world-class industry conferences. Hart Energy— an ...

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Top Oil and Gas Producers, Financial Experts to Share Cost-Cutting Strategy at 2015 DUG Eagle Ford Conference

Houston, Texas (September 1, 2015) – As the world’s most active shale play, the Eagle Ford is expected to lead the way during the next phase of business cycle. More than 4,000 industry professionals will explore the path forward at Hart Energy’s DUG Eagle Ford conference and exhibition. The 6th annual event is set for October 25-27 at the Henry ...

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Kentucky trucker gets prison in Texas prostitution case

WACO, Texas (AP) — A trucker from Kentucky must serve more than four years in federal prison for trying to transport prostitutes he planned to pick up in Texas. Anthony Wayne Farrior of Paducah, Kentucky, was sentenced Wednesday in Waco. The 28-year-old trucker in July pleaded guilty to violating the Mann Act, which deals with prostitution and human trafficking. Prosecutors ...

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