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South Texas Natural Gas Pipeline Provides Flyway for Migratory Monarch Butterflies

South Texas Natural Gas Pipeline Provides Flyway for Migratory Monarch Butterflies

Enbridge Inc. and the King Ranch Inc. are contributing to a research project designed to make part of the path of the under-construction 168-mile Valley Crossing Pipeline in South Texas a migratory flyway for the monarch butterfly.

January 31, 2018

Pipeline Project Sponsors Begin Filing Revised Rate Calculations Based on New Tax Reform Law

Sponsors of uncompleted pipeline projects have begun filing responses to data requests from FERC to recalculate proposed rates to reflect provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, which took effect this month.

January 29, 2018

White House Names Democrat Richard Glick As FERC Nominee

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.

June 29, 2017

Possible Quorum Emerges for FERC; President Names Democrat Glick

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.

June 29, 2017

Powell Shale Digest Sends Out Its Final Issue

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.

April 28, 2016

Powell Shale Digest Sends Out Its Final Issue

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.

April 28, 2016

Where is Fracking in the Presidential Race?

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.

March 15, 2016

Markets Slide Despite Another Bullish Miss on Storage in Repeat For NatGas Forwards

For the second straight week, forwards markets moved lower for the period between Oct. 23 and Oct. 29 even after a bullish surprise storage report by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).

October 30, 2015

Niagara Expansion, Tuscarora Lateral to Enter Service

As the Nov. 1 official start of winter approached, two new outlets for Appalachian gas were given the go-ahead Thursday to start-up service for Northeastern deliveries.

October 22, 2015

FERC Upholds Gas Pipeline Surcharge Policy, Rejects Call For Formalized Procedures

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].

July 16, 2015
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