Articles by Richard Nemec

Wyoming Asks BLM for Pipeline Rights-of-Way

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead on Thursday unveiled a state plan to establish pipeline corridors through federal lands. An application by the state has been submitted to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to establish 1,150 miles of pipeline corridors. Read More

CNG, LNG Transportation Fuel Markets Get Boost

So far June has turned up the heat on the use of natural gas as a transportation fuel with a merger in the compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling sector and additional production capacity for a transportation supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Read More

What's Shaking In Colorado? Professor Wants to Know

A state that helped pioneer research in induced earthquakes a half century ago, Colorado this month joined several other states with robust oil and natural gas exploration and production activity in trying to determine if the advent of small quakes is directly related to drilling. Read More