Editor/Publisher Emeritus | Dulles, VA Ellen Beswick founded Intelligence Press in 1981 with the first issue of Natural Gas Intelligence. Before that she served as associate editor of London Oil Reports and as a general and political reporter for United Press International, the Boston Herald, and American Metal Markets. She has a B.A. in English from Wilson College, Chambersburg, PA.
President Trump late Wednesday announced his intent to nominate a Democrat, Richard Glick, currently general counsel for the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, to be a commissioner of FERC, a move that may give it a quorum by advancing the previous nominations of two Republicans through the Senate.
President Trump late Wednesday announced his intent to nominate a Democrat, Richard Glick, currently general counsel for the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, to be a commissioner of FERC, a move that may give it a quorum by advancing the previous nominations of two Republicans through the Senate. Read More
Powell Shale Digest, a weekly publication created in 2003 by Publisher/Editor Gene Powell, initially to record development and drilling details of the Barnett Shale and later expanded to all U.S. shales, published its final issue Wednesday. Read More
While the stance of the Republican presidential candidates is well known to be planted on the business side of oil and gas shale and fracking, there appears to be some moderation recently on the Democratic side, where candidates must dodge the slings and arrows of their environmental base. Read More
FERC on Thursday, reiterating its call for “collaboration” between a pipeline and its customers and a “case-by-case” review of pipelines’ proposed modernization cost trackers, rejected a bid by end users to set additional formal standards [PL15-1]. Read More
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission voted unanimously Monday to propose a rule that would apply the Commission’s margin requirements for uncleared swaps in the context of cross-border transactions. Read More
The Natural Gas Supply Association has joined with forces urging Congress to direct FERC to revise its compliance procedures and set up an office of compliance assistance to guide market participants in compliance procedures.
Proposed amendments designed to afford defendants more rights in investigations and adjudications by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission were strongly opposed by Office of Enforcement Director Larry R. Parkinson in a hearing last week before a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee. Read More
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