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Haynesville’s NatGas Rig Count, Proppant Intensity Surging
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The Haynesville Shale redux continues, with the natural rig count sharply higher from a year ago and proppant intensity... Read More
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October 18, 2017

Michigan Regulators Notify Rover of Contaminated Discharge

Rover Pipeline LLC construction activities in Washtenaw County, MI, may be partially to blame for petroleum-laced water being discharged into nearby wetlands, according to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ).

ExxonMobil Polyethylene Lines in Mont Belvieu Begin Production

Buoyed by onshore stores of natural gas, ExxonMobil Chemical Co. has ramped up production on the first of two 650,000 ton/year high-performance polyethylene lines at its plastics plant at the giant liquids hub in Mont Belvieu, TX.
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Haynesville’s NatGas Rig Count, Proppant Intensity Surging

The Haynesville Shale redux continues, with the natural rig count sharply higher from a year ago and proppant intensity...

Colorado Proposes Operators Test, Monitor Low-Pressure Oil, Gas Flowlines

Colorado regulators have published draft rules for oil and natural gas flowlines that would no longer exempt operators from pressure testing and monitoring low-pressure pipelines, as is currently required for larger diameter systems.
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NatGas, Oil Production Out of Big Seven Plays to Increase Next Month, EIA Says

Natural gas and oil production from the nation's seven most prolific onshore unconventional plays will...
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Marcellus-to-Southeast ACP, MVP Projects Get FERC OK; LaFleur Dissents

In a pair of orders handed down late Friday, FERC approved the Appalachian-to-Southeast Atlantic Coast (ACP) and Mountain Valley pipelines (MVP) in a rare split decision.

Consol Reports Strong 3Q Production in Preliminary Estimates

Consol Energy Inc. said Monday it produced between 99 and 103 Bcfe during the third quarter, according to preliminary estimates filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as part of its plans to spin off its remaining coal assets into a separate publicly traded company by year’s end.

Harvey Dents EP Energy’s 3Q Volumes; 2017 Guidance Still on Track

Houston-based EP Energy Corp. said full-year production remains on track, despite losing roughly 900 boe/d during the third quarter because of impacts from Hurricane Harvey.

PE-Backed Sentinel Relying on Ex-Schlumberger, Weatherford Execs to Build Business

A newly formed oilfield services firm, backed by private equity and run by the former chief of Schlumberger Ltd. and a top executive of Weatherford Ltd., is ready to break into the marketplace following a familiar game plan.

In Venting/Flaring Case, API Blasts BLM for Expanding ‘Waste’ Definition

The American Petroleum Institute (API) told a federal court in Wyoming that a decision by the Interior Department's Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to expand the definition of "waste" is untenable as it pertains to venting and flaring associated natural gas on public and tribal lands.

Chaparral Selling EOR Assets in STACK for $170M

Oklahoma-focused Chaparral Energy Inc. said Friday it is taking $170 million from an undisclosed buyer for the North Burbank and Texas Panhandle enhanced oil recovery (EOR) assets within the STACK, aka the Sooner Trend of the Anadarko Basin, mostly in Canadian and Kingfisher counties.
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Eagle Ford, Barnett Post Big Declines As U.S. Rig Count Falls By Eight

Drilling permit activity is on the upswing, which could mean a rebound in the U.S. rig count is on the way -- just not for the week ended Friday.
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Midcontinent Energy Firms Report Slowing Growth, Modest Price Expectations

Energy activity within the Federal Reserve Bank’s Tenth District, which includes Colorado, Oklahoma and Wyoming...
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Energy Industry Challenges Denver Suburb’s Oil, Gas Regulations

Two oil and natural gas industry groups on Tuesday filed a lawsuit challenging rules established in Thornton, CO, about seven miles north of Denver, claiming they conflict with existing state regulations for energy extraction.

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NGI's Bidweek Alert Day 5 - September 29 for October 2017
For more detailed information please download the Excel data file
FIXED RANGE BASIS RANGE
South Texas
Agua Dulce -- --
Florida Gas Zone 1 -- --
NGPL S. TX -- -0.095 to -0.09
Tennessee Zone 0 South -- -0.1725 to -0.165
Texas Eastern S. TX -- -0.1075 to -0.1025
Transco Zone 1 -- -0.105 to -0.0975
East Texas
Carthage -- -0.13 to -0.12
Houston Ship Channel -- -0.11 to -0.09
Katy -- --
NGPL TexOk 2.74 to 2.75 -0.17 to -0.165
Tennessee Zone 0 North -- --
Texas Eastern E. TX -- -0.135 to -0.135
Transco Zone 2 -- --
West Texas/SE New Mexico
El Paso Permian 2.37 to 2.45 --
Transwestern 2.39 to 2.41 --
Waha 2.42 to 2.45 --
Midwest
Alliance -- --
ANR ML7 -- --
Chicago Citygate 2.80 to 2.84 --
Chicago - Nicor Gas -- --
Chicago - NIPSCO 2.80 to 2.84 --
Chicago - North Shore -- --
Chicago - Peoples -- --
Consumers Energy -- -0.12 to -0.11
Dawn 2.77 to 2.85 -0.0975 to -0.065
Emerson 2.40 to 2.40 -0.53 to -0.51
Joliet -- --
Lebanon -- -0.20 to -0.19
Michigan Consolidated 2.77 to 2.82 -0.15 to -0.14
NGPL Amarillo Mainline 2.64 to 2.68 --
Parkway/Union -- --
REX into ANR - Shelby -- --
REX into MGT - Edgar -- -0.195 to -0.195
REX into NGPL - Moultrie -- -0.22 to -0.20
REX into PEPL - Putnam -- -0.205 to -0.205
REX into Trunk - Douglas -- --
Midcontinent
ANR SW 2.53 to 2.58 -0.41 to -0.365
Enable East -- -0.2325 to -0.21
Enable West -- --
NGPL Midcontinent 2.60 to 2.63 -0.35 to -0.35
Northern Border Ventura -- --
Northern Natural Demarc 2.66 to 2.72 --
Northern Natural Ventura 2.66 to 2.71 --
OGT 2.35 to 2.35 --
Panhandle Eastern 2.44 to 2.53 -0.4775 to -0.45
Southern Star -- -0.47 to -0.47
North Louisiana/Arkansas
Perryville -- --
Texas Eastern, M1, 24 -- --
Texas Gas Zone 1 -- -0.145 to -0.135
Trunkline Zone 1A -- -0.15 to -0.1375
South Louisiana
ANR SE -- -0.135 to -0.12
Columbia Gulf Mainline -- -0.14 to -0.13
Columbia Gulf onshore -- -0.11 to -0.10
Florida Gas Zone 2 -- --
Henry Hub -- -0.0075 to -0.005
Southern Natural -- --
Tennessee Line 500 -- -0.0925 to -0.0875
Tennessee Line 800 -- -0.1025 to -0.095
Texas Eastern E. LA -- -0.115 to -0.105
Texas Eastern W. LA -- -0.095 to -0.095
Texas Gas Zone SL -- --
Transco Zone 3 -- -0.0625 to -0.06
Trunkline E. LA -- --
Trunkline W. LA -- --
Southeast
FGT Citygate -- --
Florida Gas Zone 3 -- -0.0325 to -0.03
Texas Eastern M-1, 30 -- --
Transco Zone 4 -- -0.0625 to -0.06
Transco Zone 5 -- 0.00 to 0.02
Transco Zone 5 North -- --
Transco Zone 5 South -- 0.00 to 0.02
Appalachia
Columbia Gas -- -0.28 to -0.19
Dominion North -- -1.90 to -1.88
Dominion South -- -1.91 to -1.75
Leidy Hub -- --
Millennium East Pool -- --
Tenn Zone 4 200L -- -1.53 to -1.485
Tennessee Zn 4 313 Pool -- -1.65 to -1.54
Tennessee Zn 4 Marcellus -- -2.02 to -1.96
Texas Eastern M-2, 30 Delivery -- --
Texas Eastern M-2, 30 Receipt -- -1.94 to -1.875
Texas Eastern M-3, Delivery -- -1.83 to -1.73
Texas Eastern M-3, Receipt -- --
Transco-Leidy Line -- -1.9625 to -1.85
Northeast
Algonquin Citygate -- -0.42 to -0.32
Algonquin Citygate (non-G) -- -0.42 to -0.32
Algonquin Receipts -- --
Iroquois Zone 2 -- -0.32 to -0.32
Iroquois, Waddington -- -0.25 to -0.25
Niagara -- -1.48 to -1.25
Tenn Zone 5 200L -- --
Tenn Zone 5 300L -- --
Tenn Zone 6 200L -- -0.34 to -0.34
Tenn Zone 6 300L -- --
Transco Zone 6 non-NY -- -0.735 to -0.50
Transco Zone 6 non-NY North -- -0.735 to -0.50
Transco Zone 6 non-NY South -- --
Transco Zone 6 NY -- -0.72 to -0.605
Rocky Mountains
Cheyenne Hub 2.46 to 2.49 --
CIG 2.47 to 2.48 --
CIG DJ Basin -- --
El Paso Bondad 2.41 to 2.41 --
El Paso non-Bondad 2.39 to 2.40 --
Kern River 2.47 to 2.48 --
Kingsgate -- --
Northwest S. of Green River 2.44 to 2.44 --
Northwest Sumas 2.30 to 2.42 --
Northwest Wyoming Pool 2.45 to 2.45 --
Opal 2.47 to 2.52 --
Questar -- --
Stanfield -- --
Transwestern San Juan 2.40 to 2.44 --
White River Hub -- --
Arizona/Nevada
El Paso S. Mainline/N. Baja -- --
Kern Delivery 2.58 to 2.59 --
California
Malin 2.56 to 2.59 --
PG&E Citygate 3.12 to 3.18 --
SoCal Citygate 2.90 to 3.03 --
Southern Border, PG&E 2.56 to 2.56 --
Southern Border, SoCal 2.53 to 2.65 --
SoCal Border Avg. 2.53 to 2.65 --
Canada
Empress 2.00 to 2.63 --
NOVA/AECO C 0.91 to 1.45 --
Westcoast Station 2 -- --
NOTE: Both the buy and the sell side of transactions are counted in this table, as they are in NGI’s daily, weekly and bidweek natural gas price tables, a standard practice which supports consistency and uniformity across products as explained in our price methodology.