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Eagle Ford Producers in Infrastructure ‘Bind’

Producers in the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas are having to take the bad with the good. The good: abundant oil and liquids-rich gas production in an era of very low dry gas prices. The bad: a dearth of infrastructure to handle the play’s robust output.

December 1, 2011

Onshore NGL, Crude Output Bursting at the Seams, Say Analysts

Abundant natural gas liquids (NGL) and crude oil growth have led to dozens and dozens of new infrastructure projects for both the United States and Canada, and they can’t come soon enough, according to energy analysts.

October 20, 2011

Shale Boom: Supply, Prices Tough to Call

Technology advances have driven the shale boom and the industry’s ability to analyze markets, but it isn’t any easier to answer the question of how long abundant supplies and low prices will characterize the natural gas industry. That was one of conclusions from three experts on a panel at the LDC Gas Forum: Rockies & West conference last Tuesday in Los Angeles.

October 17, 2011

Shale Boom: Supply, Prices Tough to Call

Technology advances have driven the shale boom and the industry’s ability to analyze markets, but it isn’t any easier to answer the question of how long abundant supplies and low prices will characterize the natural gas industry. That was one of conclusions from three experts on a panel at the LDC Forum: Rockies & West conference on Tuesday in Los Angeles.

October 17, 2011

Shale Boom: Supply, Prices Tough to Call

Technology advances have driven the shale boom and the industry’s ability to analyze markets, but it isn’t any easier to answer the question of how long abundant supplies and low prices will characterize the natural gas industry. That was one of conclusions from three experts on a panel at the LDC Forum: Rockies & West conference on Tuesday in Los Angeles.

October 14, 2011

Chesapeake to Spin Off Granite Wash Royalty Trust

Chesapeake Energy Corp. has found another way to fund development for some of its abundant unconventional reserves, this time by launching an initial public offering (IPO) of a royalty trust for properties in the Anadarko Basin.

July 11, 2011

Chesapeake to Spin Off Granite Wash Trust

Chesapeake Energy Corp. has found another way to fund development for some of its abundant unconventional reserves, this time by launching an initial public offering (IPO) of a royalty trust for properties in the Anadarko Basin.

July 11, 2011

GasMart 2011: ‘Back to the Future,’ Bentek Says

Now that the energy industry is done marveling at the shale gas revolution and is believing in abundant gas supplies for years to come, a similar North American supply renaissance is in the making in crude oil, Bentek Energy LLC’s Jim Simpson told attendees at GasMart 2011 in Chicago Wednesday.

May 12, 2011

PSE: Northwest Energy Adequate, Storage Options Key

The near-term energy supply picture in the Pacific Northwest is adequate and wholesale power prices are moderated by a combination of factors including abundant natural gas supplies, according to a revised draft Integrated Resources Plan (IRP) released by Puget Sound Energy (PSE).

April 11, 2011

Natural Gas-Oil Price Link: Goodbye Forever?

In a world of abundant North American natural gas and a new round of oil shocks, the parting of oil and gas prices has grown so wide it’s as if the two never knew each other. Were they ever really linked, asks one analyst; while another notes that gas appears to have fallen out of step with the broader commodity basket.

February 28, 2011