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Jamison Cocklin

Jamison Cocklin joined the staff of NGI in November 2013 to cover the Appalachian Basin. He was appointed Senior Editor-LNG in October 2019 to oversee NGI's LNG Insight. Prior to joining NGI, he worked as a business and energy reporter at the Youngstown Vindicator, covering the regional economy and the Utica Shale play. He also served as a city reporter at the Bangor Daily News and did freelance work for the Associated Press. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism and political science from the University of Maine.

Pennsylvania Natural Gas Impact Fees Projected to Rebound on Stronger Prices, Production

Pennsylvania Natural Gas Impact Fees Projected to Rebound on Stronger Prices, Production

Pennsylvania is projected to collect higher impact fees from unconventional natural gas producers for 2021, reversing losses tied to lackluster demand and low commodity prices in recent years. The state’s Independent Fiscal Office (IFO) released projections this week estimating that unconventional producers will pay $233.8 million in impact fees for 2021, up by nearly $88…

January 20, 2022
Rebalancing Europe Seen Driving LNG Market Toward Another Volatile Year

Rebalancing Europe Seen Driving LNG Market Toward Another Volatile Year

It promises to be another volatile year for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade as the market continues to rebalance with European storage inventories woefully short and much riding on the rest of this winter.

January 19, 2022
Texas LNG Secures Feed Gas Agreement to Expand Valley Crossing Pipeline

Texas LNG Secures Feed Gas Agreement to Expand Valley Crossing Pipeline

The 4 million metric tons/year Texas liquefied natural gas (LNG) project under development in South Texas announced a deal with Enbridge Inc. on Tuesday to expand the Valley Crossing Pipeline to feed the proposed export terminal.  Texas LNG, a subsidiary of energy infrastructure development firm Glenfarne Group LLC, said it signed a precedent agreement to…

January 18, 2022
U.S. Seen Gaining Momentum in 2022 on Imperative to Better Measure LNG Emissions

U.S. Seen Gaining Momentum in 2022 on Imperative to Better Measure LNG Emissions

The liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry is poised for a milestone year on the path toward establishing emissions measurements across the value chain, particularly in the United States, where suppliers have made progress in a way that could give them a commercial advantage.

January 14, 2022
European Natural Gas Storage Data Revised Lower on Missing Information

European Natural Gas Storage Data Revised Lower on Missing Information

European natural gas storage inventories are lower than previously reported after data published by Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) was revised late Monday to include missing information from Italian sites. GIE said in an update on its website late Monday that Snam SpA provided previously unreported data from its Stogit storage facility for a period running…

January 11, 2022
Global Natural Gas Prices Move Lower on Warmer Weather in Asia, Europe – LNG Recap

Global Natural Gas Prices Move Lower on Warmer Weather in Asia, Europe – LNG Recap

Warmer weather in Europe and Asia weakened competition for liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes and pushed prices lower as the week got underway. The Title Transfer Facility (TTF) climbed higher for most of last week, reversing declines that came with the end of December. The contract lost steam and closed lower Friday. The Japan-Korea Marker…

January 10, 2022
Gazprom Defends European Deliveries as Natural Gas Prices Climb on Supply Concerns

Gazprom Defends European Deliveries as Natural Gas Prices Climb on Supply Concerns

Gazprom PJSC said in a report to Russian President Vladimir Putin last week that it continues to fulfill all contractual obligations for shipping natural gas to Europe, which has been desperate for the fuel this winter.  “As usual, Gazprom has been providing reliable gas supplies to our consumers in Russia and abroad,” said Gazprom’s Alexey…

January 6, 2022
MVP Still Targeting Summer 2022 Start-Up Despite Latest Lawsuit

MVP Still Targeting Summer 2022 Start-Up Despite Latest Lawsuit

The 2 Bcf/d Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) project has received a key water quality certification (WQC) from West Virginia, but environmental groups have filed yet another lawsuit against the approval.  The pipeline would move Appalachian natural gas to the southeast via a 303-mile route through West Virginia and Virginia.  The Sierra Club and other environmental…

January 6, 2022
Repsol Acquires Marcellus Assets in Rockdale Bankruptcy

Repsol Acquires Marcellus Assets in Rockdale Bankruptcy

Repsol SA is bolting on acreage in the Marcellus Shale after successfully bidding for 43,000 net acres in Northeast Pennsylvania in a bankruptcy auction. The Spanish energy company has agreed to pay $222 million, including $2 million in debt, for Rockdale Marcellus LLC’s assets in Tioga, Lycoming and Bradford counties, according to court documents. The…

January 6, 2022
Environmental Groups Again Challenging MVP Water Quality Approvals

Environmental Groups Again Challenging MVP Water Quality Approvals

The 2 Bcf/d Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) project received a key water quality certification (WQC) from West Virginia late last week, but environmental groups have filed yet another lawsuit against the approval.  The pipeline would move Appalachian natural gas to the southeast via a 303-mile route through West Virginia and Virginia.  The Sierra Club and…

January 5, 2022
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