David Bradley joined the staff of NGI in June, 2007 following eight years of news reporting for Northern Virginia newspapers and more than a dozen years in the telecommunications industry. He received his bachelor's degree in Communications and English from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA., and his master's degree in Information Management from Marymount University in Arlington, VA. David retired in August 2020.
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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday denied a rehearing request submitted by Gunpowder Riverkeeper and the Woodstock Residents, who had objected to the Commission’s Nov. 21, 2013 order granting Columbia Gas Transmission authority to construct and operate pipeline facilities in Baltimore and Harford counties in Maryland (see Daily GPI, Nov. 25, 2013). The groups “make no showing that they will be irreparably harmed” by the project, Commissioners said in their order. The Line MB Expansion is part of a system-wide, approximately $2 billion, five-year modernization program designed to improve Columbia’s aging infrastructure. The expansion calls for the phased construction of approximately 21.1 miles of 26-inch diameter pipeline from the current terminus of Columbia’s existing Line MB in Baltimore County to the existing Rutledge Compressor Station in Hartford County and associated facilities. The project, which the company estimates will cost about $132 million, is expected to be placed into service by the end of this year.
The Americas have become a significant contributor to global energy markets, rivaling the Middle East in oil production and exceeding the former Soviet Union in natural gas production, and the trend — driven in large part by North American shale production — is likely to remain positive, according to a recent report from the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America LLC (NGPL) is gauging interest in a potential reversal of part of its Gulf Coast mainline system to move natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica shales to markets along the Gulf Coast, launching a 14-day nonbinding open season Tuesday.
Marlborough, MA-based Clear Energy plans to build a $100 million liquefied natural gas (LNG) production facility for domestic peaking use near Northumberland, NH, a company official recently told the town’s Board of Selectmen.
The Americas have become a significant contributor to global energy markets, rivaling the Middle East in oil production and exceeding the former Soviet Union in natural gas production, and the trend is likely to remain positive, according to a recent report from the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
A review of 20 years of technical literature on natural gas emissions in the United States and Canada found that methane (CH4) emissions appear significantly larger than official estimates, but they are not enough to negate the benefits of switching from coal power generation to natural gas-fired power.
Kinder Morgan’s Tennessee Gas Pipeline (TGP) is holding a nonbinding open season for an expansion of 600 MMcf/d-2.2 Bcf/d from the Marcellus-Utica Shales into New England and Atlantic Canada.
The 195-mile Double Eagle Pipeline, designed to deliver Eagle Ford Shale condensate to Corpus Christi, TX, is in full operation, owners Magellan Midstream Partners and Kinder Morgan Energy Partners said Thursday.
Production of North American natural gas, natural gas liquids (NGL), crude oil and condensate is expected to continue increasing through 2035, according to a report from ICF International.
Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) has been appointed as the chair of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee by the U.S. Senate Democratic Caucus and is expected to officially take the helm of the powerful committee following a formality vote by the full Senate Thursday.