Associate Editor | Dulles, VA Charlie Passut joined the staff of NGI in February 2011. Before this he was a reporter for the Tidewater News and a copy editor for the Manassas Journal Messenger. He also served as systems administrator and web editor for the Oakland Press, and traveled extensively as a software installer/trainer for Baseview Products. He graduated from Northern Illinois University with a bachelor's degree in political science in 1992.
Pegasus Resources LLC, a new mineral and royalty company devoted primarily to the Permian Basin and led by a team of veteran energy executives, has received a $300 million commitment from EnCap Investments LP. Read More
Millennium Pipeline Co. LLC began constructing the Valley Lateral pipeline on Friday, one day after a federal appeals court in Manhattan rejected a request by New York regulators to block the long-delayed project while their legal challenge with FERC plays out.
Hours after being sworn in as FERC chair on Thursday, Kevin McIntyre sent a letter to Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry, asking for another month to study the controversial notice of proposed rulemaking, which faces a Monday deadline.
Despite placing a record 900 tracts of the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska up for auction Wednesday, oil and natural gas producers stayed away, leaving the Department of Interior's Bureau of Land Management left to count a paltry seven bids. Read More
Dominion Energy Cove Point LNG LP said it introduced feed gas Tuesday into its new liquefied natural gas export facility on the Chesapeake Bay in Lusby, MD, as it moves closer to commencing commercial production. Read More
Crestwood Equity Partners LP said it has started commissioning activities for the first phase of a natural gas processing plant in North Dakota, and has reached a final investment decision (FID) for a second phase expansion.
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