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Williams Completes $147M Barnett Shale Buy

Williams has completed the purchase of interests in the Barnett Shale of North Texas for $147 million from privately held Aspect Abundant Shale LP and other parties, the company said Tuesday.

September 10, 2008

Utah Energy Potpourri — Fossil + Alternatives

In a state that historically has liked its electricity supplies coal-based to match one of its most abundant native resources, Utah’s energy picture is increasingly becoming a stew complete with increased natural gas, oil, geothermal, solar and even some visions of a first-in-the-state nuclear generation plant. The state Division of Oil, Gas and Mining earlier this summer confirmed that record natural gas and oil production is showing up in Utah.

August 18, 2008

Utah Becoming Energy Potpourri — Fossil Fuels, Alternatives

In a state that historically has liked its electricity supplies coal-based to match one of its most abundant native resources, Utah’s energy picture is increasingly becoming a stew complete with increased natural gas, oil, geothermal, solar and some visions of even a first-in-the-state nuclear generation plant. The state Divison of Oil, Gas and Mining earlier this summer confirmed that record natural gas and oil production is showing up in Utah.

August 14, 2008

Williams Picking Up Barnett Shale Assets

Williams is buying interests in the Barnett Shale of North Texas for $166 million in cash from privately held Aspect Abundant Shale LP and other parties, the company said last Monday. Closing is expected in September.

July 28, 2008

Williams Picking Up Barnett Shale Assets

Williams is buying interests in the Barnett Shale of North Texas for $166 million in cash from privately held Aspect Abundant Shale LP and other parties, the company said Monday. Closing is expected in September.

July 22, 2008

Western Governors Put Wildlife Protection Front and Center

The U.S. West’s abundant wildlife and scenic beauty, which often are adjacent to prolific oil and natural gas reserves, have become a riddle wrapped in a mystery for regulators, to paraphrase Winston Churchill. The puzzle may never be adequately solved by everyone’s standards, but the Western Governors’ Association (WGA) took a big step last week by establishing a regional council to ensure that wildlife habitat is protected.

July 7, 2008

Western Governors Put Wildlife Protection Front and Center

The U.S. West’s abundant wildlife and scenic beauty, which often are adjacent to prolific oil and natural gas reserves, have become a riddle wrapped in a mystery for regulators, to paraphrase Winston Churchill. The puzzle may never be adequately solved by everyone’s standards, but the Western Governors’ Association (WGA) took a big step Sunday in establishing a regional council to ensure that wildlife habitat is protected.

July 1, 2008

Outlook: What’s Ahead for Gas Traders? More Data = Less Volatility

The abundant information available about North American natural gas flows in the pipeline grid already has transformed the physical gas market, and its influence over the entire energy complex will only build in the coming year, two long-time industry experts assert.

January 14, 2008

Outlook: What’s Ahead for Gas Traders? More Data = Less Volatility

The abundant information available about North American natural gas flows in the pipeline grid already has transformed the physical gas market, and its influence over the entire energy complex will only build in the coming year, two long-time industry experts assert.

January 8, 2008

Alaska Gasline: ConocoPhillips, TransCanada Step Up; BP Bows Out

ConocoPhillips said Friday it was submitting a proposal for the long-sought natural gas pipeline to move Alaska’s abundant supplies to markets in Canada and the Lower 48. However, BP, another third of the Alaska North Slope producer troika, said it would not submit a proposal.

December 3, 2007