The nominations of Kevin McIntyre and Richard Glick to FERC received the support of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Tuesday and were sent to the full Senate for consideration. Read More
As the legislative session wound to an end on Friday, California legislators in the past few days have passed a litany of bills regarding energy storage, wastewater handling and abandoned oil and natural gas wells.
House lawmakers passed a $1.2 trillion package of appropriations bills for the next fiscal year on Thursday, but not before Republicans successfully added four amendments targeting Obama-era rules, including those governing methane emissions and the "social cost of carbon." Read More
Discounted cross-country pipeline tolls, scheduled to start Nov. 1, will enable Western Canadian natural gas suppliers to take back eastern sales lost to shale production in the United States, predicted the Alberta Department of Energy. Read More
October natural gas is set to open 2 cents higher Thursday morning at $3.02 as traders assess what could be a bearish double whammy of a violent load-killing hurricane headed for Florida and a government storage report expected to give insight into last week's impact on supply and demand from Hurricane Harvey. Overnight oil markets were mixed.
The natural gas-heavy Burgos Basin in northern Mexico accounted for 15% of the country’s total gas production in 2016, and foreign investment in the play could put it on par with the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Read More
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