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Jeremiah Shelor

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.

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Working Through Court to Survey in Virginia as Opponents Stall

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Working Through Court to Survey in Virginia as Opponents Stall

Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC (ACP) is working through a slew of court cases in Virginia as opponents try to block its ability to survey on private land to route the proposed 550-mile, 1.5 Bcf/d interstate natural gas pipeline.

February 4, 2016

Southern Company Sees Industrial Sales Decline, Bullish On Demand Growth For 2016

Southern Company said Wednesday that positive retail revenue effects from its regulated subsidiaries and successful renewable energy projects at its wholesale subsidiary Southern Power helped offset a year/year decline in industrial sales and a very warm December.

February 4, 2016
Laclede Plans REX, Panhandle Lateral to Tap Into Marcellus, Utica Gas

Laclede Plans REX, Panhandle Lateral to Tap Into Marcellus, Utica Gas

The Laclede Group revealed plans Wednesday to build a 60-mile, 24-inch diameter lateral in Missouri and Western Illinois that would interconnect with the Rockies Express (REX) and Panhandle Eastern pipelines.

February 3, 2016

Expanded Methane Regs Among Possible Amendments to Senate Energy Bill

As the Senate prepares to vote on a comprehensive energy reform bill as early as this week, a number of Senate Democrats are pushing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to expand its proposed oil and gas methane emissions limits.

February 2, 2016
EIA: November U.S. NatGas Production Hit Another Record High

EIA: November U.S. NatGas Production Hit Another Record High

U.S. natural gas production continued to break new ground late in 2015 thanks to unconventional shale development, as the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said total dry gas production in November reached its highest level for the month since reporting began in 1973.

February 2, 2016

Regulators Lift Philadelphia Gas Works’ Old Pipe Replacement Charge

The Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has approved a number of actions to help Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) replace its aging natural gas distribution pipelines.

February 1, 2016

NatGas Groups Caution FERC Against Expanding Scope of Environmental Reviews

A pair of natural gas industry trade groups urged FERC not to expand its environmental reporting requirements for project applicants as it updates its guidelines.

February 1, 2016
Shale Driving Record Highs in U.S. NatGas Production, EIA Data Shows

Shale Driving Record Highs in U.S. NatGas Production, EIA Data Shows

U.S. natural gas production continued to break new ground late in 2015 thanks to unconventional shale development, as the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said total dry gas production in November reached its highest level for the month since reporting began in 1973.

February 1, 2016

Dems Push to Expand Methane Regs as Senate Debates Energy Reform Bill

As the Senate prepares to vote on a comprehensive energy reform bill as early as this week, a number of Senate Democrats are pushing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to expand its proposed oil and gas methane emissions limits.

February 1, 2016

Hess Scales Way Back in Lower-For-Longer Oil Price Environment

Reflecting widespread expectations of a “lower for longer” oil price environment in 2016, Hess Corp. said it will be dramatically scaling back U.S. onshore exploration and production (E&P) activities heading into the new year.

January 29, 2016