Jeremiah Shelor joined NGI in 2015 after covering business and politics for The Exponent Telegram in Clarksburg, WV. He holds a Master of Fine Arts in Literary Nonfiction from West Virginia University and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Virginia Tech.
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A coalition of consumer and environmental advocacy groups filed a petition Monday calling on FERC to establish an office of public participation, arguing that the public’s interests are currently underrepresented in the Commission’s regulatory process.
Of the 18 GW of electric generating capacity retired in the United States in 2015, nearly 80% came from coal-fired units, according to a note published Tuesday by the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
Ohio’s Class II underground brine injection wells accepted 27,437,632 bbl of wastewater in 2015, up 9.5% from the 25,049,474 bbl accepted in 2014, according to new data provided by the state’s Division of Natural Resources (ODNR).
In its latest effort to thwart the proposed PennEast Pipeline, environmental group Delaware Riverkeeper Network (DRN) is going after FERC, filing a lawsuit in federal court this week arguing that the regulatory agency is “biased toward approving jurisdictional natural gas pipeline projects” because of its funding structure.
Valero Energy Corp.’s previously-announced $700 million methanol plant, planned at its existing St. Charles Parish, LA, facility, has been shelved indefinitely.
The West Virginia Senate on Monday rejected a bill that would have given natural gas companies the right to survey on private property without the owner’s consent.
Liquidity stress in the oil and gas industry reached its highest-ever level in February, continuing a trend that began in late 2014, Moody’s Investors Service said in a note published Tuesday.
Halcon Resources Corp. plans to drop to one operated rig in 2016 as it looks to spend within cash flow to weather the downturn.
A new study published Monday by the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) found “no measurable impact” on property values resulting from nearby underground natural gas transmission lines.
North Carolina regulators have granted Duke Energy Corp. a certificate of public convenience and necessity to construct two 280 MW natural gas-fired combined cycle units in Buncombe County near Asheville, NC.